Can you guys believe that it is Thursday already?! The last couple of weeks have been flying by and I'm keeping my fingers crossed for a slow down in the near future. Between the recent TSG release, Matt breaking his ankle, Kylie's medical appointments along with the regular day to day stuff- I feel like my head is spinning lol!
This card was made a couple of months ago but I haven't gotten around to sharing it with you guys yet. Since this week's TSG challenge is to use Kraft cardstock somewhere on your card, what better time than now to show it off! I love these shoes from the ROFL Taglines stamp set because they are so much fun to color and/or paper piece! I chose to do both for this particular card ;)
Stamps- ROFL Taglines
Paper- Scraps from my 'scrap bag', Crumb Cake, Early Espresso, White
Ink- Momento Tuxedo Black, Crumb Cake
Accessories- Corner Rounder, Sewing Machine, Nestabilities, Dimensionals, Ribbon, Rhinestones, Copic Marker, Ribbon
*Create card base as well as early espresso, white and crumb cake layers. Round corners.
*Cut strips of scrap designer paper and adhere to crumb cake layer by stitching with a sewing machine. Trim excess designer paper.
*Adhere stitched layer to white cardstock layer, then early espresso layer, then adhere to cardbase using dimensionals.
*Die cut scallop Nestability shape in white cardstock, leave die on paper and sponge inside with crumb cake. Remove die and stamp image and sentiment.
*Stamp shoes onto seperate piece of designer paper, color in spots with copic marker, cut out insides of shoes using a craft knife and paper piece onto the sentiment/image layer.
*Color inside of shoes with Copic markers, adhere ribbon to back with red line sticky tape, glue rhinestone to the front and adhere entire panel to cardbase using dimensionals.
Oh my goodness, is this not the most beautiful ribbon holder evah?? Our Trendsetter friend Corinna has been working on the design of this bad boy for over two years and is so excited to finally be able to share them with the world! I actually have two of these in my craft room and love them. Not only is it an awesome way to contain all of your ribbon but it looks so pretty too lol! And at only 6.85" square and 13.5" tall it doesn't take up a lot of space in your craft area which is always a plus. You can check out the website HERE for more info :)