If you have two loaves of bread sell one and buy flowers. For although the bread will nourish your body, the flowers will nourish your soul.

Saturday, April 3, 2010

Vintage Vogue

Love this new set and wheel. I unmount all my wheels, lay the rubber out flat on my table, and take the paper to the rubber. I've never regretted doing this. I feel you have more control and a much better stamped image, plus easy storage. And I love that Stampin'Up is now selling unmounted stamps...cheaper and less storage room. 
As I often do, when I create a new card that I'm happy with, I do it in several colors. This time I used wild wasabi, rich razzelberry, buckaroo blue and close to cocoa. I did a second stamping of the section of the wheel that has the butterfly, cut it out, and adhered it to the stamped image for a little dimension.
For the friends card I stamped the main image twice, cutting out just the "F" and raising it on pop dots.

Recipe:  stamps-  Very Vintage Wheel, Vintage Vogue, Graceful Words (SU);  paper- wild wasabi, rich razzelberry, buckaroo blue, close to cocoa (SU), white, very vanilla;  ink-  wild wasabi, rich razzelberry, close to cocoa (SU) and denim (Adirondack); accessories- scallop trim border punch, pop dots.


Cindy Haffner said...

These are so PRETTY Deb. Happy

CE Webster said...

Very nice--I agree flowers will help nourish your soul.

Carolyn King said...

Beautiful designs Deb! so glad to see you posting. Miss ya!!

Charlene Merrick (LilLuvsStampin) said...

What a beautiful set of cards, Deb! I like how you cut out and popped up the F on your friends card.

I hope all is well in your neck of the woods!

Pieces of Dreams said...

Hi Deb! Everything looks so pretty...your very talented with your designs. Hope you are enjoying spring! Thanks for the visit, Karen

Leslie Miller said...

I love this in all the different colors! The last one is especially pretty, too. Very feminine and delicate.