Wednesday, March 16, 2011


 I partially embossed the Lavendar Moon CS by embossing the paper with the Edgers #2 die instead of cutting it:
ETA: to emboss with a die just use your embossing sandwhich instead of the cutting one.
After I embossed the CS I trimmed around the decorative edge with scissors.

Can you tell what I did with the Banner Builders pennants?

I cut them out of a Papertrey Ink coaster, stamped them and trimmed right up to the stamped edge. Then I die cut another set with Lavendar Moon CS. I matted the stamped part with the Lavendar Moon solid piece.
Then I cut the little toppers and added glitter to them. I love this particular glitter. The color is called Antique White and it has subtle little pink shimmers in it. The vintage button is layered over a button made with Papertrey Ink's button die and coaster, and stamped with an image from Guidelines.
This card is for Papertrey Ink's Make it Monday and The Shabby Tea Room's Week #53 challenge.
The Shabby Tea Room is celebrating their one year mark. Head over to see the great prizes offered and some beautiful guest designer projects. I *heart* The Shabby Tea Room.


Debbie said...

What an absolutely darling card, Cindy! I {heart} that banner and where oh where did you find the antique white/pink glitter???? Thanks for joining us in the Tea Room for our birthday bash :)

resmith said...

This is so pretty!!! I love all of the beautiful details. Thanks for showing how you can use the edgers for impressions also.

Diane Jaquay said...

Love the effect of the embossed doily (I'm still not sure how to do this technique!) The banner is gorgeous (love the sparkle), and I love the floral paper and ribbon! Really beautiful card!

Danielle Therese Greenwood said...

I am inlove with this card!! Love the banner, and the embossing technique you tried out! Thanks for joining us at The Shabby Tea Room!

Mommy said...

What a very sweet card on your sweet paperie blog! Love it! Love the banner and the way you embossed with the doilie edge die!

jen said...

VERY pretty!!! Can't wait to try those coasters out!

Jen said...

Oh Cindy, this is so pretty. I have only accidentally partly embossed with the edgers instead of cutting. If I knew how effective it could be, I'd of made this accident more often. Such a neat idea. I love, love, love the glitzy banner. The PP and that ribbon are all to die for. Again, so pretty and equally inspiring.