Posted on May 8, 2014 by Made with paper
My daughter recently did her first communion, and here’s the card I made for her. I used the Lattice Bigz die to cut the cross. This beautiful die will soon be discontinued so if you like it, get it now! The same goes for the Framed Tulips embossing folder, which created the borders of the card. To order it click here!
The rose is made with the Simply Pressed Clay and the Simply Pressed Clay molds. I colored the rose with “Blushing Bride” ink and the Blender pen. So easy! You can have an embellishment flower in any color! In the background, I sponged Daffodil Delight ink to make the White circle “pop out”. The little leaves are made with the Bird Builder punch.
Lattice Bigz die (only available until May 31 2014). To order click here.
Stamp set: Exprimez-vous
CS and paper: Whisper White, Blushing Bride, Pear Pizzazz
Ink: Blushing Bride, Daffodil Delight
Tools: Big Shot, Lattice Bigz die, Framed Tulips embossing folder, Simply Pressed Clay and Mold, Blender pen, sponge daubers, 1-1/4″ Circle punch, Bird Builder punch
Filed under: FIrst Communion, Simply Pressed Clay | Tagged: First Communion card, Framed Tulips embossing folder, Julie Olivier, Lattice Bigz die, Simply Pressed Clay, Stampin'up | Leave a comment »
Posted on April 8, 2013 by Made with paper
My nephew did his First Communion today and I wanted to share with you the card I made for him. I used the Square Lattice Bigz die to make the cross. A little strip of Sycamore Street designer series paper was perfect to make this card, as it kind of look like a church window.
Stamp set: Jolies Pensées
CS and paper: Island Indifo, Pool Party, Soft Suede, Wild Wasabi, Whisper White, Sycamore Street DSP
Ink: Island Indigo
Tools: Big Shot, Square Lattice Bigz die, Boho Blossom punch, Bird Builder punch, 1″ Circle punch, Perfect Polka Dot embossing folder
Other: Rhinestone, Basic Pearl
Filed under: Bird Builder punch examples, FIrst Communion | Tagged: Boho blossom punch, First Communion card, Square Lattice Bigz die, Sycamore street DSP | Leave a comment »