Tuesday, January 21, 2014

{Paper Smooches} Hello Friend


Kim is sharing this card on the Paper Smooches Blog today. It uses the Just A Note stamp set. I used Memento Luxe inks to stamp the ombre typewriter which matches the ombre patterned paper from Head Over Heels. The repeating sentiments were first and second generation stamped with Sunflower Brilliance and various Memento Luxe inks. I used StazOn Jet Black ink to stamp the scrolled paper on to vellum. After fussy cutting it, I use a craft knife to create a slot for the paper which is anchored to the card base with a crystal heart and a hidden micro glue dot beneath the vellum layer.


Be sure to stop by again tomorrow for a very special Paper Smooches sponsored Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!

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11 comments:

Miriam Prantner said...

Such a cool card! Ombre love!!!

snappy scrappy said...

Love it!

Jennifer said...

Love your card! That vellum piece of paper is so cute!

Barb Ghig said...

You are so clever, Emily! I love, love your ombre' typewriter and how you stamped the cute sentiment! Such a great idea to use vellum for your paper and the single gem is just darling! LOVE this card!!!

Amy Johnson said...

Such a cute and clever idea!

Shelly said...

Your card is simply, AWESOME! :) Love.It.

Samantha Mann said...

um, ok...WOW!! stunning!! that ombre pink typerwriter!!! GORGEOUS!! and the vellum with the rhinestone heart is just genius and amazing!! but what i love MOST MOST MOST (how can i choose?!) is the 'hello friend' stamped all around in different colors!! wow!!! back to starring at the card now! :)

Chris D. said...

I love everything about this card, Emily! Fabulous creation!

Jocelyn Olson said...

I LOVE it!! The different color inks are so cool. In the close-up, I can really see the vellum--it looks amazing!

Jan Larson said...

Love this card! The way you stamped "hello friend" in the background is brilliant! Your color choices are lovely, as well!!

Lindsey said...

Absolutely love the vellum paper coming out of the typewriter -- and the typewriter looks great in the ombre pink as well. :)