Thursday, June 18, 2015

Birthday Roses

Today I have a project I created for the display at my new catalogue launch event last weekend.  It features very little stamping but sure does offer a wow-factor:

Birthday card featuring Timeless Elegance DSP and the Happy Birthday, Everyone hostess set (free with a qualifying order!)
Aren't those rose gorgeous??  Those are hand-drawn by one of Stampin' Up's amazingly talented artists for one of the patterns in the Timeless Elegance DSP pack. The paper is neutral-toned featuring Very Vanilla, Basic Black and Sahara Sand.  For this card I wanted a pop of colour, so I sponged on Rose Red ink using a sponge dauber to give the roses rich colour. 


The sentiment is from the new Happy Birthday, Everyone hostess set and I heat embossed it in gold right on the piece of DSP.  Super easy and quick!  Then I adhered the DSP to a Basic Black card base and added a few metallic sequins in black and gold for some sparkle. 

On the inside I simply adhered a piece of Very Vanilla card stock on which I had stamped another sentiment from the Happy Birthday Everyone set in Memento Tuxedo Black ink.  Of all of the cards on display at my event this is, by far, the one that got the most attention...and it took me under 10 minutes to make!

Don't forget that today is the last day to take advantage of my annniversary specials.  Click HERE (and scroll to the bottom of the post) to check them out!  Orders must be in by midnight tonight to receive sale prices.

5 comments:

  1. Love love love love love love love this card!!

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    1. Thanks Sandy...now how much do you ACTUALLY love it? ;)

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  2. Oh, LEENA! Marvelous!!!! Don't ya just with we could buy a 12 pack of just this print?
    Carol

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    1. Oh, Carol, the things I could do with a 12 pack of this print! So gorgeous!! Thanks for your kind words...they are much appreciated, as always :)

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  3. Wow is right! The sponging on the flowers really gives them their wow-factor and the gold embossed sentiment is so elegant!

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