The first project incorporates both my image and my sentiment stamps.
The Back Story
Great Impressions Stamp #8570 Flower Girl
The image was colored with Copics and Chalk; the flowers are by Prima.
The Embossing Folder: Spellbinder's M-bossibilities ES-006; Die Cut Sizzix Framelits
The Sentiment is Great Impressions Stamp #8571 Life is Art
After cutting the frame for my card front, I had an additional frame and cut layer leftover. In my quest to reduce my stash, I decided to use them to mount and frame the sentiment on the inside of the card.
I used chalk to color the frame and to shade the sentiment.
This stamp is so versatile, I felt it would be interesting as the Focal of a CAS design. I have been working a lot with frames, shadow boxes, and window cards, lately. I constructed this one without my usual acetate window.
The designer paper is from Prima's Sun Kiss Collection. Flowers by Prima and Leaves by Petaloo. The edges were distressed using Ranger Distress Ink - Tea Dye
The Die Cut is Spellbinders' Label #17
Hint: I am working on a project in which I stamped, and then cut out the elements of this stamp and used them on a tag. Like I said...versatile.
Chana M. Harris