Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Birthday Wishes - Felted Cardstock Technique

As promised, here is the second card I made using the Felted Cardstock Technique (here is the link on SCS).  First here is a picture of one of the sides of that "lovely" napkin....
Isn't it wild???
Here is the card I created ............
The card is Tangerine Tango, then a layer of Chocolate Chip, and then the Felted Cardstock background piece.  I used a non SU punch at the bottom of the Tangerine Tango strip with a piece of Crushed Curry ribbon on top (my Daffodil Delight ribbon has been back ordered!!).  I cut the largest scallop from the Scallop Circle #2 die in Tangerine Tango, then cut it in half and put it above the strip.  The flower is Daffodil Delight punched with the XL Scalloped Circle punch, then the 2-3/4" circle punch in Very Vanilla with the sentiment on it.  The new Because I Care stamp set from the upcoming 2010-11 IBC provided the flower stamp on the sentiment piece and I stamped it in varying depths with Tangerine Tango.   Another fun card to make and I hope my SIL gets a good laugh out of it, she can use one right now.
I hope the rest of your week goes well, enjoy the summer weather, all too soon we will be back to cold, snow, rain, and shovelling!!    Glenda Mollet


Chriserendipity said...

Glenda, what a great vision you had for this's a wonderful card!

Chris in Calgary, AB Canada

cedargirl said...

This card is so beautiful! It is like summer in an envelope! Very lovely!

cabio's craft corner said...

That is such a fabulous idea Glenda. Never try felted technique, but it sure looks so much fun and that you make me tickle to try them :o) Thanks for sharing this pretty card!


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