Thursday, July 11, 2013

Vintage Ruffled Paper


Today's share is my 2nd of 5 cards I entered into the SU! Artisan Award contest.  It involves a technique where strips of paper are dampened then shaped into ruffles and left to dry before apply to the card front.  I really love the vintage, feminine look of this card!  I think I may add this ruffled paper technique to my list of tutorial possibilities, anyone interested in learning how to do this??


Stamp Sets:  Make a Wish
Cardstock:  Very Vanilla, Tea For Two DSP
Ink:  Chocolate Chip
Big Shot:  Apothecary Accents Framelits
Accessories: Pink Pirouette/Rose Red Two-Tone Ribbon, Paper Piercing Mat Pack, Paper Piercing Tool,
White Gel Pen, Stampin’ Spritzer , Hole Punch, Sponges, Tombow, Sticky Strip 

A quick exciting tid bit before I sign off for the day - the New Color Marker kit; which was previously only available in a set of 10; is now available as single markers for a limited time only until October 31!  This is great for those of you that have past In Colors and just need a filler or two to complete your marker sets!  Take advantage quickly by heading over to my online store at and getting yours today!

I'll be back tomorrow with another share, but for now we're headed to the beach!  Have a lovely day everyone!!
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Pam said...

Oh yes, I would love a tutorial on this!!!

Julie said...

Oh Yes, Please I would love to learn how. Your card is so pretty.

Tracy said...

Such a pretty card, very feminine.

2fune said...

Absolutely, count me in, I'd love to see this in your tutorial store. This card is so, so pretty, just love it. I love the Blessings Easel card, too. Please tell me that SU displays these entries from you amazing Artisans that aren't in the top 20 somewhere at Convention....along with who the artist is and their blog, so they can at least be seen by all and admired, they are just beautiful and so much work from the heart. Thanks Melissa. (Laura)

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