Well, if you haven’t figured it out, I finally straightened out all my laces and got them wound onto matboard (granted not little pieces like I do with my Ribbon Storage). Now that I can get to it all and it’s filed away in a drawer, I’ve fallen in love with it all over again. Several of you have asked where I got it and unfortunately I have no idea. I only have Walmart, Michaels and Joanns around but I have a stash of fabric and laces because I sew too. If I had to bet on it, I think the one I’m using today is from Michaels and was purchased within the last three or four months. Lace addicts know that you can find lace in the least likely places for recycling and tucked in odd places in department stores, right?!? So on to my card today, I wanted a vintage look so I went for chocolate with a hint of mauve which is one of my favorite palettes.
It would have been a shame to cover up those stripes so I cut two Spellbinders Lacey Circles and hollowed them out using Spellbinders Standard Circles SM and paired them up with the leaves from Spellbinders Foliage. I ran a small scallop across the top of my lace using Spellbinders Classic Scalloped Borderabilities Petite and topped everything off with Spellbinders Fancy Tags Two off to the left side. Can I just say that the Nestabling that I used on the Fancy Tags Two makes my heart sing!! They’ve already configured the pearls – all I have to do is stick them down and I think they look stunning!! I’m using a sentiment from Our Daily Bread Designs May Release called Porch — what a sweet set!
|SUPPLIES I USED|
|Stamps: Our Daily Bread Designs – Porch
Paper: My Minds Eye, Coredinations
Ink: Antique Linen Distress Ink, Vintage Photo Distress Ink, Versafine Vintage Sepia
Accessories: Spellbinders Lacey Circles, Spellbinders Fancy Tags Two, Spellbinders Standard Circles SM, Spellbinders Foliage, Spellbinders Classic Scalloped Borderabilties Petite, Want2Scrap Nestabling for Ribbon Tags Trio Two
Thanks for stopping by today…I’ll be back later on with the new poll for next week! Oh speaking of next week . . . don’t forget to come and see me on Tuesday :-)