Friday, December 7, 2012

Sent from Heaven

 

Design Team Member Gini Williams Cagle has a gorgeous project to share today using the wing fold technique and the Hampton Art licensed Graphic 45 Little Darlings stamp set!

Sent from Heaven Wing Fold Card

Gini Hampton Art Graphic 45 card

Supplies:

WorldWin Papers Cardstock – ColorMates in Ivory, Mist

Graphic 45 Little Darlings 8” x 8” Collection Patterned paper in Lullaby, Bundle of Joy, New Arrival

Hampton Art/ Graphic 45 Little Darlings 2 stamp set

Cheery Lynn Designs : Japanese Garden Lace Oval die; Victorian Garden Doily Frame

May Arts Ribbon – 5/8” Textured Lines ribbon

Want2Scrap Pearls

Clearsnap Ink: Colorbox Pigment Ink Robin’s Egg; Colorbox Graphic 45 Decades Antiquing Dye Ink In Dark Cashmere; Top Boss Embossing Ink

Wow Gold Embossing Powder

GlueArts : Glue Glider Pro Perma Tac Adhesive; U Cut It 3D Adhesive Foam Blanks

Art Glitter: Designer Dries Clear Adhesive

Scor-Pal

Fiskars: Fuse Die Cutting Machine

Close To My Heart Heat Gun, Scissors

 

Designer Notes:

Cut the following pieces of paper to assemble card

Mist (blue) cardstock: 5 ¾ x 12” - scored at 3 3/8; 5 1/8; 6 7/8; 8 5/8

Cut (2) from Lullaby 3 1/8 x5 ½

Cut (3) from Bundle of Joy 1 ½ x 5 ½

Die cut:

(2) Victorian Garden Doily Frame in Ivory

(1) Japanese Lace Oval Angel Wing in Ivory

(1) Japanese Lace Oval in New Arrival

1. Ink the edges of all patterned papers with Dark Cashmere ink. Adhere the Victorian Garden Doily to each of the Lullaby mats. Trim the excess from the doily frame. Glue panels to the outer sides of the card base.

2. Glue the three small Bundle of Joy papers to the 3 center panels of the card.

3. Glue the Japanese Lace Oval diecut to the cut shadow background. Add pearls to each tip.

4. Trace the oval from the Japanese Lace oval, and cut from Ivory cardstock. Ink the edges. Stamp the baby using Robin’s Egg. Allow to dry completely, and stamp the sentiment, slightly overlapping the image using embossing ink. Sprinkle with gold embossing powder and heat set.

5. Adhere to the oval doily using dimensional adhesives and add bow..

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