Sweet blog friends – my prayers go out to you if you were affected by the monster storm. Please stay safe and I hope that your area is restored as soon as possible. Once we were without power for five days after a hurricane and I was inspired to catalog all my stamps during that outage because it’s kind of a manual task a-hem . . . that I had been putting off. In the meantime, I’m loving these sweet little Spellbinders Die D-Lites. I’ve been playing around with them for the past month and they are sweet little die templates that are sold separately and are good on the budget :-) You may wonder why you are just seeing them now – they were just released this week. If you just can’t stand it, cover your eyes and when you are brave enough, take a peek HERE. (I am dying to know what you think of them – really!!) The D-Lite I’m using is called Spellbinders™ Medallion Two and I layered it with Spellbinders™ Twisted Metals Tags and Accents. I pulled them together in a card featuring a wonderful border concept where JustRite Papercrafts created stamps to match Spellbinders Edgeabilities. Here, I‘ve taken JustRite Papercrafts Classic Embroidered Edges Two (so delicate and reminds me of lace) and paired it with Spellbinders™ Classic Edges Two and polished it off with a sentiment from the Large Fancy Sentiments set.
Yes, purple is an odd color for me – but over the last year I’ve come to embrace it. I raided my fabric stash for the sheer lilac embroidery used on the card. I simply cut the bottom part away and used the edge – a wonderful find because it was just sitting around :-)
|SUPPLIES I USED|
|Stamps: JustRite Papercrafts - Classic Embroidered Edges Two, Large Fancy Sentiments
Paper: Coredinations, Die Cuts with a View, Neenah Classic Crest Cream 80lb
Ink: Amuse Latte, Versafine Onyx Black
Accessories: Spellbinders™ Medallion Two ,Spellbinders™ Twisted Metals Tags and Accents, Spellbinders™ Classic Edges Two, seam binding, Recollections Pearls
As always, thanks so much for your kind words!! They are so appreciated!