Mercy me, I’m late!

June 7, 2010 at 7:23 pm Leave a comment

To make this card for the last Mercy’s Tuesday Sketch Challenge (MTSC76). I really wasn’t sure how I was going to go about making this card, seeing as I haven’t stamped in a few weeks. I go through these weird phases where I just feel like going in my craft room. That doesn’t stop me from buying supplies though! I placed a large order of mostly paper from Addicted to Rubber Stamps and I’m excited to receive them in a few weeks. I’m already loving the Basic Grey paper I purchased about a month ago, although I didn’t use it with this particular card. I thought I’d make a wedding card since I don’t have any in my stash, and one of my neighbours or friends ask me for one from time to time. I started with Papertrey White CS and layered the grey rose patterned paper with basic black. I tied a wide (retired SU) organdy ribbon bow around that panel and adhered an old button from my Baba. I tied the ribbon with my Bow Easy, which I bought from a friend who had an extra one (thanks Joanne!). I had struggled with bows for so long and this little baby makes them perfect every time. I used Papertrey’s Big and Bold Wishes in Onxy Black on White CS and layered it with black and grey. I added 3 self-adhesive pearls to the sentiment panel and popped the sentiment up with dimensionals. Pretty simple. Thanks for having a look.


Entry filed under: Cards, Mercy's Tuesday Sketch Challenge, Paper Trey.

Thank You Mercy! Mojo Monday

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