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Monday, February 24, 2014

Golden Elegance

I was attracted to the Fancy Foil Designer Vellum in our mini catalog, but wasn't sure how I wanted to use it. I love what I came up with—so elegant, yet relatively simple. We made it at my February card class, but saved it till last because embossing powder can get messy. However, my ladies were very neat with it and they oohed and aahed over the card, which always makes me feel good. I'm planning to give this card to my sister for her birthday Wednesday. I used the Brushed Gold card stock for the leaves because I had it, but the gold foil in our mini catalog would be great, too.

Products Used:
Secret Garden stamp set (7), W 131940, $25.95; C 129144, $18.95
Create a Cupcake stamp set (12), W 128520, $22.95; C 121982, $16.95
Rich Razzleberry 8½" x 11" card stock (24), 115316, $6.95
Brushed Gold 8½" x 11" card stock (10), 102935, $7.95
Gold Fancy Foil Designer Vellum 12" x 12" sheets (9), 133363, $10.95
VersaMark ink pad, 102283, $7.50
Gold Stampin' Emboss Powder (½ oz.), 109129, $4.75
Heat Tool, 129053, $29.95
Bitty Banners Framelits (3), 129267, $14.95
Secret Garden Framelits (6), 129372, $24.95
Framed Tulips Embossing Folder, 121809, $7.95



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