Saturday, 17 August 2013

Simple and Elegant - Best of Shelli

I am really loving this latest "Best of" set and have made a couple more cards to share with you.

Here are the two cards together. The one on the left has the image stamped in black, while the one of the left was stamped with VersaMark and then heat embossed with White Embossing Powder.

The ladies who are part of my Stampers 6 Club will be receiving one of these (the one on the left) with their August Stampers 6 orders. I hope that they like it.

The black image was stamped and then cut out using the new Deco Labels Framelits. I then cut the Basic Black frame using two of the framelits. The frame was glued around the hole in the Whisper White and the whole thing was popped up on Dimensionals onto the Whisper White base card. Once this was done I then popped the image through the frame and glued it to the Whisper White base card underneath.

The white embossed image was embossed onto a piece of Basic Black that I had left after cutting out the frame for the first card. I then made another Basic Black frame using two larger Deco Labels Framelits. The embossed image was placed in the centre of the frame and popped up on Dimensionals  (you may just be able to see the shadow). I added a birthday greeting from the Bring on the Cake stamp set. This is because the card will be going in the post to my sister for her birthday next week.

Stampin' Up! supplies used:

Stamp sets : Best of Shelli and Bring on the Cake
Ink : StazOn Jet Black and VersaMark
Card Stock : Basic Black and Whisper White
Accessories : Deco Label Collection Framelits, Embossing Buddy, White Stampin' Emboss Powder,  Basic Pearls, Basic Rhinestones and Dimensionals

I have one other card to share that I've made using the Best of Shelli stamp set and it's set to post tomorrow (Sunday). I heading off to the USA in a couple of hours and I have a couple of projects to share over the next few days. Hopefully they will post when they should and I'll catch up in real time in a couple of days once the land has stopped juddering under my feet.

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