I participated in a sketch/blogsite challenge yesterday - but don't LOVE the card - so I'm not posting it today. Instead I went back into my gallery and found a card I made in January 2006. At the time I created it, it was my favorite card I had ever made. Looking at it again today, it is still one that pleases me.
I used a now-retired Stampin'Up! stamp set called "HEAVEN SCENT". It is a very old-fashioned, elegant stamp set that I still own. I colored the stamp with markers in Orchid Opulence, Eggplant Envy, Mellow Moss and Always Artichoke then lightly spritzed with water before stamping the image on the vellum metal edge tag. The technique for the background is a faux linen technique in which I used Chocolate Chip and Creamy Caramel inks and then distressed and sponged the edge. I used another stamp from the same set and colored it, spritzed it with water then stamped the image twice without reinking. The ribbon was made with an old piece of Mulberry Spring Roll. To finish I used bronze cording to tie the metal edge tag to the ribbon.
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