“Oh the tales she could tell” … about this card being made!!!! All is revealed below.
She started life as just a square card but me being me thought it looked too boring. Out came the sewing machine and I stitched all around the edge.
Still looked rather plain and as luck would have it I had a circular aperture card on my desk.
Made a score line down the left hand side of the card and folded back. Then I glued the stitched card to the inside of the aperture card. Next I stitched everything together along the score line … still with me ???
All started to look better especially when I stamped the flower and quote on the front. Voila, all done.
I also have a little tale to tell about the old favourite stamp used. It is one of my all time favourite stamps called Isobelle from Inkylicious.
Technically this is a new stamp which I recently bought at Ally Pally … ahhh … but I had this stamp years ago and whilst taking it out of the packaging it ripped on me. Now, because I loved it soooo much I re-bought it.
So even though this one is new I did have the other stamp a good few years before it ripped. Another reason why I am not keen on acrylic stamps.
The last time I used the stamp was here 17th January 2014 when I made a Nuts & Bolts Album.
Stamping, embossing plus inking makes for a very enjoyable time. Hope you love it as much as the fun I had making.
I would love it if you hopped on over to see all the DT’s work as they are simply stunning. Also don’t forget that the winner of this challenge has $20 to choose anything they like from Flonz’s store.