Good morning sweet friends, popping in to share a card I made at the beginning of the month, it was simply waiting for a bow. Even though it got all bowed up, it’s a masculine card that’s going off to my sweet son who just moved into a new abode. I had new stamps and new dies on hand so this came together quite easily. I was playing around with a gorgeous new JustRite Background called Ironworks Vintage Labels Eight and thought it would be the perfect backdrop for a fairly new Die D’Lite by Spellbinders called Home Sweet Home.
I created the focal panel using Spellbinders Timeless Rectangles and Spellbinders Decorative Labels Eight and my stamped background. On top of that I added Vintage Labels Eight followed by a rosette then another layer of Vintage Labels Eight and finished off with the cut and embossed Home Sweet Home words. So easy. To finish, I glued the focal panel onto a card base that was 11″ by 4-1/4″ scored at 5-3/8″. Below you can see how I assembled the back before putting my stamped panel on top. Pearls were added to the “O” in home so that I would have some way to pop it up using foam tape. Lastly, I had a darling silver key that I hung off of the ‘E”.
|CRAFT SUPPLIES I USED|
|Rubber Stamps: JustRite Papercraft – Ironworks Vintage Labels Eight
Craft Paper: Bazzill Black, Neenah Classic Crest – Natural White – 80lb Smooth, Vintage Finds – Teresa Collins
Ink: Versafine Onyx Black and Clear Embossing Powder
Accessories: Vintage Labels Eight, Spellbinders called Home Sweet Home, Spellbinders Timeless Rectangles, Spellbinders Decorative Labels Eight,
The Paper Studio Pearls, Spare Parts Key Charm, May Arts Silk Ribbon, Button
That’s all for me today friends, lots of behind the scenes happenings at Amazing Paper Grace as we prepare for annual blog maintenance. I hope to be back tomorrow with another card done earlier in the month. Don’t forget, if you have questions on the posted card, leave a comment and I’ll answer in the Question Parking Lot at the end of each post.
Question Parking Lot:
So sorry friends, it wasn’t until Frances on comment #30 asked me which paper I used that I discovered my product list was missing. It was in my draft but deleted somewhere in the process – I have restored it! The paper pad used was Teresa Collins – Vintage Finds :-)
Absolutely beautiful card!
Becca, this is such a lovely card! I love the background stamp so much I immediately without thinking wend and bought it! It is so delicate and wistful and well it will be a delight to use on many of my cards!!! Thank you for sharing your lovely creations here so that we might try and be somewhat as creative as you!!!
Gorgeous, oh, sorry, handsome card. I’m sure your son will love it. Would it be possible for you to make a video on this type of, cut up, card? I am more of a visual person.
Adorable, love the black and white. I really like the way you popped up the sentiment. Gorgeous as always
Oh the Timeless Rectangles set is so versatile! Your card reminds me of the countryside, don’t know why for sure! So pretty and elegant.
Love the black with the pearls,even for a guy! I see you use Timeless Rectangles quite a bit so guess that is a frequent go-to die, right?
Your son is gonna love it, Becca!
Another stunning card. So elegant!
wow Becca, I love the black, so stunningly.
This card speaks to me because my husband is in the hospital. His favorite color is BLUE.
Thanks so much for sharing your talents with us readers. God bless and enjoy your weekend.
FABULOUS as always Becca! Your kids are SO BLESSED to have a mom that sends them these GORGEOUS CREATIONS! :D BLESSINGS!!! :)
Stunning card yet again, Becca. Can I ask what width of ribbon you have used and what widths to prefer? Thank you.
A beautiful card Becca! Is there any chance of a video showing how you put it all together please?
Becca, this is stunning and I just may have to come up with something like this for my son and his other for now. They have moved into their new house also. Thanks for the idea.
A lovely card ,and the key is such a sweet touch..I love the Font on this Die!
Great card Becca, I’m sure your son will love it. The black is really striking and I never think of cutting up my dies like this. Must give it a go sometime.
This is one of my all-time FAVS Becca!
Thank you for showing this Becca, it looks beautiful when all made up ,i lve it
Elaine H X
Hi Becca. Gorgeous card for your Son, I’m sure he will treasure it. Love the background stamp and beautiful dies :-) xx
I’m sure your son is going to love this card. I like how you masculined it up by using black.
Such a lovely card, love the design and backing stamp.
Love all your creations.
Love & Hugs
Jacquie J xxx
Beautiful card Becca. Your son will love it. Would love to see a video on how you made it.
Good evening Becca,
It’s 9.39 p.m. in the UK and I have to say that this card is so beautiful. The way to prop up the “Home Sweet Home” was a stroke of genius and a lesson I’ll remember for other awkward die cuts. I’m sure your son will love it, and if he doesn’t – send it to me !!!! xxx
Oh Becca, this is so gorgeous. Absolutely love the key with cross inside a (kind of) heart.
Do hope your son soon settles into his new home.
Anne (UK) x
This is beautiful! I love it!
Just had to leave a comment about your card
It is truly stunning Becca
Thank you for sharing your inspiration
Blessings on you and yours
Such a beautiful card. I love how you think outside the circle with the dies by cutting them up and layering different sets of dies to get your finished product. It is a great way of getting the most out of your dies!! Thanks for sharing with us all.
Love, love, LOVE this card, Becca! It is perfect for your son’s new home with that key – every detail is perfect! Thanks for showing us how you did that neat trick with your dies. I’ve got to remember that one.
Another beautiful card! You inspire me so! I was wondering what text background (stamp or paper?) was under the ironworks background stamp.
Such a cleverly constructed card with the Timeless Rectangles adaption and the way you adhered the sentiment – I am sure your son will love it.
Hi Becca. Your son will love this beautiful card : ) Take care.
This is so beautiful!
How did you get the upper layer of vintage labels eight, the one just on top of the rosette, to cut the text paper and the black rim around it? I can’t make that die cut a border and the center piece? Help!!!