Happy Thursday everyone! I worked on this card in pieces, over weeks. That's how I make a lot of my cards. I stamp some cardstock when I have time. I punch out something when I have time. I put two layers together when I have time. You see how it goes. I rarely sit down and finish an entire card all at once. It usually slowly evolves.
- So, I had stamped a piece of vintage cream cardstock with my Tin Types background, in Ocean Tides ink. Then it sat.
- I walked by it a day later, and punched out five butterflies. They sat.
- A week later, I stamped this piece of Kraft cardstock with my woodgrain stamp. Guess what...Yep, it sat around too.
- After another week, I thought I should get those pieces off my desk and focus on finishing the card. I cut the base of Ocean Tides cs and the rest of the card came together in no time. I love the Dark Chocolate button I found in my stash. I rubbed a little vintage cream ink over it to show the texture.
All from Papertrey Ink except where stated
Stamps: Background Basics: Tin Types & Woodgrain, Signature Greetings
Paper: Ocean Tides, Vintage Cream, Kraft
Ink: Vintage Cream, Dark Chocolate, Bamboo (CTMH)
Accessories: martha stewart butterfly punch, melon berry satin ribbon, dark chocolate vintage button, rustic twine