Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Butterflies Tiled Card

I love stamps with a mostly solid image. They are so simple to create with. Just pretty colored inks, markers, or in this case, stamped and embossed. These lend themselves well to a tiled panel. Just punch out the amount of tiles you want, place them on scrap paper with a small piece of d-sided tape, stamp over all and emboss. Remove from scrap paper and adhere to larger panel leaving slight "grout" area. The background was stamped and embossed randomly with a tone-on-tone look. Add a couple of embellishments, and "voila" (say with cheesy french accent!), you have a perfect card for so many occasions. Set aside your watercolors and emboss for a change!

Perfectly Clear "Butterfly Beauties" by Stampendous (SSC195)
Perfectly Clear "Formal Frames" (message) by Stampendous (SSC197)
Class A' Peel "Flower Chain" by Stampendous (AC669HB)
White Embossing Powder by Stampendous (EP100)
Chocolate Embossing Powder by Stampendous (EP117)
Frost White ColorBox ink by Clearsnap
Versamark ink by Tsukineko
Bazzill cardstock
scalloped print

1 comment:

Jamie Martin said...

Pam, I LOVE this card...but then again I love all of your cards!!!!!!
Love your blog, it's so elegant and artistic :)