Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Monogram Swirl Card

This happens to be another one of those "perfect for any occasion" cards. Very simple in design and simple to create. Would be great made in sets as a Mother's Day gift, for a new bride, or just to have on hand. The white panel was stamped randomly with the black swirls, adhered to a colored panel and then to the card front. Cute little Class A' Peel borders were placed just under the edge for an added pop which comes back to the punched circle stamped and embossed in black with the frame and monogram. Originally this was designed as part of a wedding set that included invites, save-the-dates, thank yous, etc. So easy to match a specific color scheme. Happy stamping!

Perfectly Clear "Classic Frames" from Stampendous (SSC147)
Perfectly Clear "Elegant Monograms Large" from Stampendous (SSC145)
Perfectly Clear "Wedding Corners" from Stampendous (SSC173)
Class A' Peel "Girly Ribbon" stickers from Stampendous (AC708K)
Midnight Black embossing powder from Stampendous (EP111)
Bazzill cardstock
Onyx Versafine ink from Tsukineko
Black ColorBox ink from Clearsnap
double-sided foam adhesive

1 comment:

wendyp said...

Love those monograms! Awesome card!!!

Thanks for the tip on the shrink plastic! We made shrink plastic bookmarks a few yrs ago in my DS class. Wish I had known that tip then, LOL! I held my breathe each time I had to shrink the plastic, nervous that their art that they worked so hard on was going to stick together.