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For the card I made, I wanted to experiment with a few ideas and techniques I have had bouncing around in my head to make it look a bit more vintage.
The pear colored cardstock is where I tried a few of the techniques I had been planning. First, I used the corner rounder with guide removed to create the scallop border. I then used White Daisy pigment ink and swiped it directly onto the paper to tone the green down some. I squeezed a small amount of Glitz Stardust glitter glue onto a scrap of paper and used a stiff bristle artist brush to brush it onto the pear cardstock. I wanted a really light and random coverage. After the glitter glue dried, I lightly sanded it to thin out the glitter even more. I used copic markers to dye the seam binding to match the sky color and added a paper doily I purchased from Wal-mart in the wedding section of crafts. I inked all the edges in Desert Sand ink.
Paper: Colonial White, Pear and Sorbet Cardstock, Sky patterned paper from Magnifique, White Paper Doily.
Inks: Desert Sand, Sorbet and White Daisy Pigment Ink.
Stamps: Heart to Heart (B1358) I used the polka dot border stamp.
Embellishments: Rayon seam binding dyed with Copics, Colonial White button, Dimensional Elements Hearts, Lace from stash, Flowers from stash and dyed with Copics.
Tools: McGill punches: 2 1/4" scallop and 1 11/16" circle, corner rounder.
Misc: Glitz Stardust Glitter Glue, Prisma Glitter, Copic Markers (R02, YR02, B12).
Hope you enjoy!