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Showing posts with label Manuf - Spellbinders. Show all posts

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Valentine Day Cards Day #1

Hello friends.  I have several post coming with inspirational Valentine cards over the next couple of weeks.  Love this set, 
"Simple Hearts" by Tami Mayberry for Gina K. Designs.  Using it makes it easy to create some clean & simple Valentine Cards.

The first card above is a mini easel card I created using Spellbinders "Classic Heart" and "Classic Scalloped Hearts" dies.  I also used "Cupid" 2 x 2" die by Lifestyle Crafts.  Apparently Lifestyle Crafts was purchased by We R Memory Keepers back in 2013 and they did not continue to carry this little guy : ( .  But it looks like you can still get this one on Amazon HERE  and Ebay HERE and Creative Cutters Corner HERE  and HERE.  

The other 3 are 3" x 3" mini cards.

stamps : "Simple Hearts" Gina K. Designs
embossing folders : "Swiss Dots" and "Hugs and Kisses" Provo Craft Cuttlebug
dies : Spellbinders "Classic Heart", "Classic Scalloped Hearts", 
and "Classic Scalloped Circles"
border punch : "Dotted Scallop Edger Punch" EK Success
punch's : "Heart" Martha Stewart, 1/2" & 1", 1 1/4", 1 1/2" circle punches

Thanks for stopping by!

You can check out all my Valentine projects HERE.

Sunday, February 17, 2013

The Craft's Meow Birthday Card

Hello friends.  Today I'm sharing a card designed using "Fly Free" by The Craft's Meow.  
Hope you are all having a fabulous Sunday afternoon!

hugs, Melisa



Patterned Paper Prima "London Market" 6 x 6 paper pad
Deckled Scissors : Fiskars
Punch : Martha Stewart (butterfly)
Die : Spellbinders Fancy Tags Two
Seam binding : Hug Snug
Rose : Wild Orchids



Anything Goes : Vintage Shabby
Alphabet Challenges : Anything with wings (butterfly)
Crafty Catz : BINGO 
I have pearls (center of butterfly, die and punch, ribbon)

A Gem of a Challenge : punches or die

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Sweet 'n Sassy "Flowers in Bloom"

Hello stampers.  Today I'm sharing a card created using Sweet 'n Sassy "Flowers in Bloom".  Love those flowers!  And I love that sentiment.  I hope you are all having a fabulous week so far.

I'm excited because tomorrow is the day I meet with my painting group.  I'm working on an oil painting.  Still haven't actually done a canvas yet.  I just feel like I want to get better at it before I actually do a canvas.  So I'm still practicing.  I have to say learning to oil    paint is one of the hardest crafty activities I've ever tried.  I haven't really worked on it the last year like I had intended when I started this journey.  But last month I started going back to my wednesday group and that's keeping me on track with at least working on something once a week.  Maybe I will have the courage to share with you some day.

I have been working on some Faith art this week which was inspired by taking Stephanie Ackerman's Class.          We are supposed to create 1 a week.  I will share mine 4 at a time, once monthly.  2 down, 2 to go!  I also have a card set to share that shows creative ways to use paint on your cards.  So be looking for that one as well.

Have a blessed day!!
hugs, Melisa


Project Details

Patterned Paper : Authentique 6 x 6 paper pad
Copic Markers
Deckled Scissors - Fiskars    Border Punch - Martha Stewart
Spellbinders Labels Eight Nestibilities

Adhere patterned paper to card front.  Trim patterned paper 1 7/8" x 5 1/2".  Punch border from black cardstock and adhere along edge of panel.  Adhere black cardstock to panel and trim with deckled scissors.  Adhere panel to card front.  Stamp image on white cardstock and color.  Cut white cardstock with Spellbinders Nestibilities die.  Adhere to panel to card front.  Stamp sentiment and adhere to card front.

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

My Mind's Eye Layout "The Sweetest Thing"

Hello stamper's.  Today I'm sharing a layout designed for this month's challenge over on the My Mind's Eye blog.  The October challenge is to use stamps.  You can check out the challenge HERE.

All the paper products / embellishments used are from the "The Sweetest Thing" collection.  I used doily stamps from the "Stella and Rose - Gertie" Collection by My Mind's Eye.

I used dies for the butterflies (Spellbinders) and buttons (Cheery Lynn Designs) as well.  I added texture using the burlap (Joann's Craft Store) and crocheted lace.  This layout would not have been the same without the burlap.  It really finished it off.  

These photo's are of my daughter from way back in 2002.  Wow how time flies.

Hope you are inspired to get those photo's out and scrapbook!

You can view all of my Scrapbook Layouts HERE.

You can view all my Mini-Albums HERE.

Friday, August 31, 2012

GinaK Designs "Springtime Silhouettes"

And here is my 3rd card for today ...  designed using GinaK Designs "Springtime Silhouettes".  I am really enjoying this set because it has so many little images and cute sentiments in it.

Well that's it for tonight!!  I'm off to bed.

You can check out all of my Gina K. Designs Projects HERE.

Thursday, August 16, 2012

Pink Persimmon Card and Artist Trading Card

On the card above I used "Sweetheart Silk Card" with "Vintage Greetings".  Combine these great vintage images with a few dies and you can put this card together quick.  The dies are Quickutz (buttons / flowers on dress form), Cheery Lynn (doily) and Spellbinders (dress form).  

All of these newly released images are all about 2.5 x 3.5.  Perfect for ATC's as long as you don't want a border.  The edges of the of the Baby Pearls measures 2.5" x 3.5".  There is a small amount of space around  the edges of  the images for Men's Buttons, Mermaid Pearls, Sweetheart Silk Card, and Happy Girl.  The Mini Bingo Card measure 2 5/8" x 3 5/8".  So if you used it for an ATC, you would trim away some of the solid border.   And of course the are perfect size for cardmaking and scrapbooking.  I love how Mermaid Pearls, Baby Pearls, and Happy Girl have those little boxes perfect for journaling, well at least for those of you who like your own handwriting.  I can tell you I don't like mine and what I would do is type it up, then cut the center of the boxes out creating a little window and then lay the image over my typed journaling.

So what do you think??  
When you look at the images, what type projects do you start dreaming up??

Speaking of ATC's ...

2.5" x 3.5" Artist Trading Card

Not really an ATC person??   
Well, do what I"m going to do with this one .....  put it on the front of a card.  I will share it again later when it's all done.  I couldn't resist creating it when I seen the banner challenge over at "Fun with ATC's".  They post challenges every 2 weeks so you still have time to enter if you like creating ATC's.  I used "Small Banner Set" and the birds and sentiments from "Singing Birds".

Well that's it for today.  Hopefully very soon I will be finishing up some more Mixed Media projects and scrapbook layouts to share!

Check out Pink Persimmon stamps HERE.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

Need more inspiration for using your Pink Persimmon stamps??
You can check out all my Pink Persimmon projects HERE.


Woowhoo!!  My card was featured as a Top 3 at Paper and Such!

Monday, August 13, 2012

Sweet 'n Sassy Cards

Yellow has never been one of my favorite colors, but as soon as I seen this paper pad at Hobby Lobby last week I had to have it.  It's by Authentique.   "Everyday Miracles" is a wonderful encouragment stamp set.  And you know I love those butterflies!

This card was featured as a top 3 at Sentimental Sundays!!

Have you seen the August new releases over at Sweet n' Sassy??  I'm in LOVE with the Autumn Collage!!

So I grabbed a couple of my Sweet n' Sassy stamp sets and these are the results!  These are pretty clean and simple.  The coloring took the most time.

I love the "Praising the Lord" set because of the wonderful sentiments in it.  This week I am praising the Lord for a new job opportunity and for my sweet husband who I love so much!  How is God blessing you in your life??

You can view all of my Sweet n' Sassy projects HERE.


Project Details 

Card #1

Stamps : Sweet 'n Sassy - "Everyday Miracles"
Patterned Paper : Authentique 6 x 6 paper pad (Hobby Lobby)
Copic Markers
Deckled Scissors - Fiskars  Border     Punch :EK Success
Spellbinders Labels Fourteen Nesitblities
Trim : Hobby Lobby

Trim patterned paper 3 3/8" x 5 1/2".  Punch scalloped border and adhere along bottom edge of panel.  Adhere yellow cardstock to top edge and then trim with deckled scissors.  Adhere panel to card front.  Adhere trim.  Cut white cardstock with Spellbinders Nestibilities and stamp sentiment.  Stamp butterfly antenna's on label and butterfly on white cardstock.  Color butterfly, trim and adhere to label.  Adhere label to card front.

Card #2

Stamps : Sweet n' Sassy "Praise the Lord"
Patterned Paper : Authentique 6 x 6" paper pad (Hobby Lobby)
Copic Markers
Spellbinders Labels Two Nestibilities

Trim patterned paper 4 1/4" x 4 1/2" and adhere to card front.  Stamp image and sentiment on white cardstock color, and adhere to card front.  Adhere trim.



Card #1
Craft Your Passion - bugs (butterfly)
One Stitch at a Time - Anything Goes
Sentimental Sundays - Clean and Simple with a sentiment

Card #2
Stampin' Sisters in Christ - Home (a bird's home is in a tree)
Charisma Cards - flowers and an animal
Skipping Stone - sketch
Word Art Wednesday - scripture challenge
"Rejoice in the Lord O ye righteous, for praise is comely for the upright" Ps 33:1

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Seize the Cupcake by Hero Arts

Hello Stampers!  Today I'm sharing another card I created for the Hero Arts monthly challenge.  If you want to join my, the deadline is 4/26 and you can read all the details HERE.  There are 3 sketches to choose from and a couple of other catagories as well.  I used "Seize the Cupcake" stamp set for this one.  You have to have a Flickr account to play along. 


thanks for stopping by!
hugs, Melisa

You can view all of my Hero Arts projects HERE.


Projects Details
Stamps : Hero Arts
Patterned Paper : ColorBok (yellow), MME Sunshine (blue polka dots), MME Portobello Road (blue floral), MME Madison Ave (pink for scalloped circle)
Deckled Scissors
Spellbinders : Lacey Circles, classic circles
Ribbon MME



Stampin' Sisters in Christ (sun) - soft pastels
Love to Create  (mon) - anything goes
Creative Card Crew (tues) - ribbon
Flourishes (tues) - ribbon, diecut, pink BINGO
Fussy and Fancy - dies and punches
Mark's Finest Papers (sat) - stitching

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

GinaK Designs - "Springtime Silhouettes"

GinaK's Springtime Silhouettes has 9 different silhouette images in it.  So easy to stamp and no coloring necessary.   It also comes with 11 different sentiments that cover a wide range of themes.  So this one set, goes a long way.  Sentiments for friendship, birthday, encouragement, I'm sorry, and get well are just a few.  I have 2 more cards using this set in the works and can't wait to share more idea's for this one!

I kept this one clean and simple.  White space is hard for me, but I like how this one turned out.    I used up some really old ribbon and cardboard buttons from my stash.  That's always a good thing.  I used Spellbinders Labels Four.
I would like to invite you to join me tomorrow for the Sweet N Sassy blog hop.  Lots of chances to win free stamps!

Thanks for stopping by!

You can view all of my GinaK Designs projects HERE.

Monday, February 20, 2012

Purple Pansies

Hello friends.  I hope you are all doing well.  Today I am sharing a card with using an image you can find in the following Mark's Finest Papers stamp sets, "Spring Flowers", "Today, Tomorrow, and Always", and "Nature's Pansies".  These flowers immediately made me think of my grandmother who used to grow African Violets.  Probably because I couldn't remember the difference between a pansy and an African Violet, ha.  I don't remember a lot about her.  Isn't it amazing how images and music can wake up a memory that has been long forgotten. 
Hope all is well for you!!


Project Details

Stamps : Mark's Finest Papers
Copic Markers : V000, V01, V12, V15, G21, G24, YG67, Y00
Embossing Folder : Musical Flourish by Cuttlebug
Lace : Hobby Lobby

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Pink Persimmon Thank You

Today I am sharing a Thank You card designed with Pink Persimmon's "Scottie Dogs" and "Vintage Banners".  "Scottie Dog" comes with several different Scottie Dog poses and 3 different pattern options for the coat.  So cute!  And "Vintage Banners" comes with 9 different greetings you can use inside the banner.

I also want to share a new product I found.  It's the "Olay unltra moisture IN-Shower Body Lotion".  This stuff is awesome.  After washing you apply and rinse off and it leaves your skin silky smooth.  If you have dry skin ... I'd give it a try.

Check out Pink Persimmon stamps HERE.

Hope you are having a blessed week!


Project Details
Stamps : Pink Persimmon  “ScottieDogs” and  "Vintage Greetings" 
Ink : Tsukineko Brilliance Pearlescent Orchid –
Chalk : Pebbles Inc Pearlescent Chalks “Shimmer Shades”
Ribbon : Offray
Border Punch : Dotted Scallop Edger Punch EK Success
Cuttlebug Embossing Folder – Swiss Dots
Spellbinders :  ClassicOvals Lg and LabelsTwenty One
Pearls : Zva 
Deckled Scissors : Fiskars

Monday, January 9, 2012


Hello everyone. Today I want to share a tutorial on how to create this shabby chic treat basket designed using a couple of basic Spellbinder's dies. I made mine for Valentine's Day, but the basket is something that could be used for weddings, baby showers, birthdays and other holidays as well.
For this project I created my first video tutorial. You are invited to watch it over on my You-tube channel : PaperliciousDesigns .... but no laughing, teehee. Ok .... you can laugh, because I"m laughing along as well. I can tell you it's wasn't as easy as I thought it would be and I certainly hope I improve.

You can check out the video HERE

thanks for stopping by!

You can view all of my Valentine projects HERE.
You can view more of my projects that I have used Spellbinders Dies on HERE.
You can view all of my Shabby Chic projects HERE.
You can view all of my Treat Boxes / Bags HERE.
You can view all of my project that have a You Tube Video as well HERE.



Supply List :

Spellbinders Dies Nestibilities and Grand Calibur: Classic Hearts Classic Scalloped Heart (second from the smallest) Classic ScallopedSquares LG (second from the largest)Classic ScallopedRectangles LG (largest)
Vintage Digital Images – Digitalimage4You shop on The image I used is from an 8 ½” x 11” sheetthat included 9 backgrounds, called “Greetings and Kisses Vintage Backgrounds
Pink Cardstock
Patterned Paper – My Minds Eye 6x6 paper pad – Lost & Found MadisonAvenue
White streamer paper
White 3/8” ribbon
White rose –
Wild Orchid Crafts
White heart hat pins – Maya Road
White Enamel Accents – Ranger
Glitter Glue – Stickles Frosted Lace
Scalloped and Deckled Scissors – Fiskars
Wire Cutters
Aleene’s Tachy Glue

Templates / Cutting and Scoring Measurements


 Link Parties

Nifty Thrifty Sunday @ Nifty Thrifty Things
Sundae Scoop @ A Time To Create
Sister Sunday Link Party at Sister of the Wild West
The Sunday Showcase @ Under the Table and Dreaming
Make Monday Marvelous @ C.R.A.F.T.
Made by You Mondays @ Skip to my Lou
Inspire Me Monday @ Singing Three Little Birds
Uncommonly Yours @ Uncommon Designs Online
Whatever You Want Wednesday @ Free Pretty Things
WOW Me Wednesday @ Gingersnaps Crafts
A Crafty Soiree @ Katie's Nesting Spot
Watcha Got Weekend @ Lolly Jane Boutique
Show and Tell Friday @ My Romantic Home
Feathered Nest Friday @ French Country Cottage
Strut Your Stuff Saturday @ Six Sister' Stuff
Check Me Out Saturday @ A Vision to Remember

This project is featured at Passionatelly Artistic

Saturday, December 31, 2011

Happy New Year!

I hope you all have a safe and happy new year!!!
hugs, Melisa

Stamps : Mark's Finest Papers "Peaceful Nuthatch"
Punch : Martha Stewart
Patterned Paper : The Robin's Nest "Glitter Winter Snowflake"
Die : Spellbinders Die "Label Two" with the Grand Calibur

I loved this winter background I found at a local scrapbook stores so I started searching for the manufacturer since I had never heard of them. Looks like they have scrapbook kits, but also sale items individually as well.  Here is their home page if you want to check them out as well.

You can view more of my projects that I have used Spellbinders Dies on HERE.
You can view more of my Mark's Finest Papers projects HERE.
You can view more of my Winter projects HERE.

Friday, December 30, 2011

Pink Persimmon's "Singing Birds" Cards

Today I'm sharing a card created using Pink Persimmons "Singing Birds".  I thought the little "puffy" bird house worked perfectly with the image.  You could actually cut and create your own little bird house as well.

Have a great day!

Check out Pink Persimmon stamps HERE.


Project Details
Pink Persimmon "Singing Birds"
Patterned Paper : My Mind's Eye
bird house : "Puffies" by KI Memories
Spellbinders "Labels Eight" and the Grand Calibur
Markers : Copic
Border Punch : Fiskars
Ribbon : Offray

You can view more of my projects that I have used Spellbinders Dies on HERE.
You can view more of my Pink Persimmon project HERE.
You can view more of my projects using Bird images HERE.

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Shabby Chic Winter card

Hello Papercrafters!  I hope you all enjoyed your Christmas.  We had a wonderful Christmas.  Tried some new recipes.  Any time we cook ...  there are always mistakes and lots of laughs.  My tree's are still up.  I haven't recovered enough to tackle the chore of taking down all the decorations yet.  I"m trying to get back into a routine of crafting and blogging.  I actually have lots of projects I made before the holiday, but just have to write the post.  Today I"m sharing a card designed using "Peaceful Nuthatch" by Mark's Finest Papers.  The challenge this week over at Speedy TV is winter or blue.  We hope you will join us.  You can check out all the Speedy TV challenges on the MAIN PAGE.  Then go to the FOSTV Challenges button and select the challenge from the drop down menu.

Thanks for stopping by!
hugs, Melisa

You can view more of my projects that I have used Spellbinders Dies on HERE.
You can view more of my Mark's Finest Papers projects HERE.
You can view more of my projects using Bird images HERE.
You can view all of my Shabby Chic projects HERE.
You can view more of my Winter projects HERE.
You can view more of my projects that list the Copic colors listed HERE.


Project Details

Patterned Paper : Webster's Pages Your Life. Beautiful. from 2009
Copic Markers : Pinecones (E43, E29), Pine Needles (E81, YG95), Bird (C1, C3, E31, E33)
Chalk : Pebbles Inc.
Snowflake Punches : Martha Stewert
Distress Ink :  Vintage Photo
Glaze : Fresco Cream Golden
Deckled Scissors : Fiskars
Die : Spellbinders "Standard Circles" with the Grand Calibur

I do want to share that I made my white paper doily cream using the Fresco Cream Glaze by Golden.  You might be able to get the same effect by watering down some cream acrylic paint.  Then I grunged it up with the Vintage Photo Distress Ink.  I dapped it on here and there and used my finger to smear it around.

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Christmas card with an Angel using Spellbinders Die

Good morning Paper Crafters!  Today I'm sharing another quick and easy Christmas card, well except for the coloring.  That probably takes longer than anything.  But the time and effort are worth it.

Have a fabulous day!
You can view more of my Spellbinders projects HERE.
You can view more of my Christmas themed projects HERE.

Project Details
Stamps : Layers of Color "Holly Angel" cling rubber art stamp, "Sentimental Banners" clear art stamp set.
Deckled scissors : Fiskars
Embossing Folder : Cuttlebug Holly Ribbons
Glitter Glue : Stickles

Adhere card (4.25" x 5/5") front to back of larger red cardstock panel.  Trim around edges with deckled scissors.  Trim white cardstock 4.25" x 5.5" and 3" x 3 3/4".  Emboss using Big Shot and Holly Flourish embossing folder.  Cut decorative frame using Grand Calibur and Fleur de Lis Rectangle.  Layer these 3 as shown and add glitter glue around edges of smaller panel.  Set aside to dry.  Stamp Holly Angel and banner.  Color and trim.  Embellish angel wings with glitter using a 2-Way fine point glue pen.  Before applying glue, wipe wings with Embossing Magic or dryer sheet.  After sprinkling on glitter, use a tooth pick or paper poker to clean off glitter on any stamp lines.  Adhere angel and banner using pop dots in the middle.  Embellish with glitter glue around banner edges.

Friday, December 2, 2011

Christmas Gift Bag / Box with a Reindeer Image

****  OOPS!  so sorry.  I just realized what the title said when this one went out to everyone.  I just changed it.  Originally this post was set up for a LOC blog hop, but it was cancelled.  Sorry if it was misleading ***

Good Morning!  Today I am sharing a gift set designed for Stamper's Sampler Magazine and I'm proud to say, it made the cut!!  In fact I have several projects in the Oct / Nov issue.  I used Creative Cuts and More pre-scored / pre-cut die cuts and Layers of Color Reindeer Waltz.

Gotta vent for just a minute ....  I have to go to my husband's Work Christmas Dinner.  Notice I said "have", teehee.  This is going to be torture for me, seriously.  I don't know anyone, and I'm not exactly a social butterfly.  I'm happy in my studio creating and could go DAYS, without ever leaving the house.  My favorite get togethers are when someone comes over to craft with me ...  and I don't have to leave the house.  Say a prayer for me, I know I'm a grown women, but I have a little social anxiety.
How is the Christmas shopping and putting up the decorations going??  We started putting up the decorations the day after Thanksgiving.  I have 1 tree done.  I have a second tree in the diningroom I have to put up.  I found the CUTEST christmas salad plates really cheap at Walmart.  They have little holly branches and birds on them!  I will try to take photo's soon and share.
Have a great day!
hugs, Melisa

You can view more of my Spellbinders projects HERE.
You can view more of my Christmas themed projects HERE.
You can view all of my Treat Boxes / Bags HERE.
You can view all of my Container / Gift Boxes HERE.
Project Details

Christmas Gift Bag
Stamps : Layers of Color "Reindeer Waltz" (deer)
Creative Cuts and More - Square Bag 01
Spellbinders : Fluer de Lis Doily Accent
Rub-ons : Making Memories (sentiments & flower)
Ribbon : Creative Impressions

Fold pre-scored corners of gift bag and adhere.  Stamp reindeer image on beige cardstock x2.  Trim label with one of the reindeers as shown using Spellbinders die. Hand cut all of second reindeer out except for antlers and adhere over the reindeer as shown. Apply rub-ons and adhere to front of bag. Tie handle with ribbon.

Christmas Gift Box
Stamps : Layers of Color “Reindeer Waltz” (deer)
Rub-ons : Making Memories (sentiment & flower)
Hand cut tag
Ribbon : Creative Impressions
Fold pre-scored corners of gift box and adhere. Hand cut small tag, stamp reindeer and add
rub-ons. Wrap box with ribbon and add tag.

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Christmas cards with Poinsettia images using Spellbinders Dies

Good Morning!  I'm here today to share a bunch of cards I have made using Layers of Color Poinsettia Frame.  This cling art stamp is compatible with Spellbinders Labels SixteenI also used
Fluer de Lis Accents.  My sentiment is from the  Happy Wishes clear art stamp set.  I noticed that I had 2 cards using this set I had never shared.  I added 3 others from previous post at the bottom.  I also realized I have not been blogging as much as I had planned and I still have more Christmas projects to share.  So I"m going to try and use the next week to blitz you with Christmas and then start posting some Valentine projects.

You can view more of my projects that I have used Spellbinders Dies on HERE.
You can view more of my Christmas themed projects HERE.

Previously posted Poinsettia Frame cards :

Thanks for stopping by!


Project Instructions
Card #1
Stamps : Layers of Color Poinsettia Frame cling art stamp and Happy Wishes art stamp set
Ink : Tsukineko Momento Tuxedo Black
Markers : Copic
Spellbinders Nestibilities Labels Sixteen and Fluer de Lis Doily Accents with the Grand Calibur
Patterned Paper : Basic Grey (red), Bo-Bunny (green), and Prima (off white)
Glitter Glue : Stickles
Buttons : white pearl - Dress It Up, glittered bird : Favorite Findings - Joanns
Ribbon : Offray

Trim off white cardstock 4 ¾ x 5 ¾”. Trim red patterned paper 4 3/8” x 4 ¼” and adhere to green patterned paper. Trim around edges of red patterned paper creating a green border.  Adhere to off white panel. Cut / emboss green patterned paper using Spellbinders Fluer de Lis  Doily border and corner accents. Adhere decorative border across panel as shown. Tie a know  in center of off white ribbon and adhere across card as shown, tucking ends under panel.  Adhere panel to front of card. Cut loop off back of off white button and adhere over knot in  center of ribbon. Stamp Poinsettia Frame on off white patterned paper and color with markers.
Stamp sentiment. Adhere to front of card. Embellish with glitter glue and glittered bird.
Card #2

Stamps : Acanthus Leaves and Touch of Elegance art stamp sets,
Poinsettia Frame cling art stamp by Layers of Color
Ink : Brilliance Pearlescent Chocolate, VersaMark, Momento
Bamboo Leaves by Tsukineko
Cardstock : Bazzill Glitter Glue : Stickles
Spellbinders : Labels Sixteen with the Grand Calibur
Sentiment : Flower Soft
Cut brown cardstock 5 ½” x 5 ½” and adhere to front of card.   Cut Cream cardstock 5 ¼” x 5 ¼” and stamp acanthus leaves in green ink. Ink edges. Stamp squares from Touch of Elegance in   brown ink and then cut diagonally to create corners. Adhere to corners, add pearls, and glitter glue. Wrap brown ribbon around center of panel vertically and adhere to back side.  Adhere panel to front of card. Stamp Acanthus Leaves with VersaMark on cream
cardstock. Then stamp Poinsettia Frame over this. Stamp Poinsettia Frame on old book paper. Cut the frane on the cream cardstock using Spellbinders Labels Sixteen and Grand Calibur and ink edges. Adhere to red cardstock and trim around edges. Color the leaves green and border circles brown. Color Poinsettia flowers on the text paper then cut around the petals. Paper piece these on top of the cream panel. Adhere panel to front of card. Layer sentiment as shown. Add brown bow.
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