Hello everyone! Today's card is for this week's Color Dare combination:
So pretty together...do I say that every week?! This little get well card is addressed to my stampin' mojo. I don't know where it went but I hope it perks up soon. I guess we all have creative slumps now and then, right? Anyway, pretty simple layout today with stack of wonky teacups courtesy of the Stamp-a-ma-Jig and the Tiny Teacup stamp.
I'll bet you're wondering how I made the scalloped Whisper White rectangle, right? With the scallop square clear die! First, I cut some WW cardstock with the scallop square die. Next, I picked up the square I just cut and slid it over on the die so that some of the square was hanging off the edge and the scallops line up with the scallops on the die. Run it through the Big Shot a second time to cut off the edge and you end up with a scalloped rectangle! You can adjust the size of the rectangle by lining up as many scallops as you wish.
The little tag was stamped first with another Tiny Teacup inked in Wild Wasabi and stamped off once. The sentiment from Puns from the Past was perfect for my get well/tea theme and was stamped in Early Espresso. My 1 1/4" and 1 3/8" circle punches made the perfect sized tag to dangle from the retired Wild Wasabi striped grosgrain ribbon.
This is a really great color combination that could be used so many ways. Check out the rest of the inspiration from the Color Dare design team and then head on over to the Color Dare blog to link up your creation. We can't wait to come visit you!
- Riley - our leader
- Glenda - Papers, Scissors & Rocks
- Heather - Princess Scrapper Stamper
- Joan - JJ Creations
- Marisa - Rosemary Reflections
- Melissa - My Paper Obsession
stamps: tiny teacup; puns from the past
ink: wild wasabi, early espresso, marina mist
paper: whisper white, early espresso, marina mist CSxtras: 1 1/4" & 1 3/8" circle punches; scallop square clear die; wild wasabi ribbon [retired]; polka dots impressions folder; baker's twine