Good morning sweet friends, I have a birthday card to share today. You may have figured out that style-wise, I love corners. They make for some of the easiest cards that can be made because of all the configuration options they afford. Four corners together make a faux background that you can frame giving you lots of possibilities. The inspiration for my card came from this fairly new D-Lite, Spellbinders Corners and Accents Two. I cut the die four times and used a glue dot on the far corners of the motif to square them up and make a frame. For the interior part of the frame I used Spellbinders Marvelous Squares and I edged it with gold to give it a little bit of pop. Then I popped up a small frame made using Spellbinders Fleur de Lis Squares and Spellbinders Classic Squares SM.
|CRAFT SUPPLIES I USED|
|Rubber Stamps: Anna Griffin
Craft Paper: Neenah Classic Crest – Natural White – 80lb Smooth, Digital Paper from Iralamija
Ink: Versamark and Gold Detail Embossing Powder
Accessories: Spellbinders Corners and Accents Two, Spellbinders Marvelous Squares, Spellbinders Fleur de Lis Squares, Spellbinders Classic Squares SM, The Paper Studio Pearls, Mulberry Flowers, May Arts Silk Ribbon, Pearl Brad
Calli Medved on Comment #22 asked how to isolate the quadrant of digital paper to enlarge it. Calli, it will depend on which application you use – if working in Photoshop you can open the .jpg then crop just the part of design paper you want then make sure your layer is unlocked. Create a new blank page the size you want (my panel was cut down to 5-1/2″ square), drag your cropped design paper onto this new page and ‘control-t’ to transform it pulling on the handles to enlarge as needed. Then print. Other options include Photoshop Elements and Gimp or the print utility on Windows computers. Hope this helps :-)