Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Burlap Frame Hello

Morning friends! Here's a relatively CAS card from me...I was experimenting with some burlap and decided to make a frame with it. One thing about using burlap with glue on your hands, well...you know that story. :) Here is the result of my test run:




I cut the card base to 4 ¼” X  11”, scored at 5 1/2” and then folded it in half. Adhere burlap to square frame and glue to card base. Make banner using ½” strip of Confetti White paper, cut off right side banner design by holding square punch at a diagonal. Attach cut up sentiment letters and add 3 pearls. Add pearl adorned scalloped border beneath frame. Lastly, glue 2 paper flowers to a raffia bow.
Strike this one up as another one layer card for me! What does that make, hmm...carry the two, add the eights...um, 2 in 1016 cards! Woo hoo...go me! :)

Have a great day and thanks for visiting! 



Stamps: Remember This (Verve Stamps)
Paper: Vintage Summer Basics (1903, 1903-bs) Maja Design, 3 ¼” square of cardboard (back of cereal box), Confetti White cardstock (Stampin’ Up!)
Ink: Versafine Onyx Black
Accessories: PE-02CB-107 (Lines-Pearl White 0.3cm & 0.5cm) Zva Creative, Burlap, Raffia, Paper flowers, Square punch, Scalloped Border punch 
Size: 4 1/4" X 5 1/2"
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8 comments:

  1. Whoot whooot for the two :) Love the frame - can only imagin the challenges of glue that baby down LOL! Lovely touch with the pearls.

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  2. Oh this is ADORABLE, Andrea! My kinda CAS card. I like every little detail. :)

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  3. Such a pretty card,Love your frame,great idea...

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  4. LOVE the contrast of the burlap and pearls Andrea, splendid card!

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  5. I really enjoy making cards with lace & pearls and burlap. Love the contrast. Sometimes, I apply modge podge to burlap first, then cut shapes when it dries. If you want a more defined clean edge, the modge podge burlap helps. It die cuts beautifully.

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  6. Love the burlap frame you created - yeah, I know all about the glue and the little pieces that end up everywhere (even on the cat)!

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  7. Gosh, this is really pretty! Love the burlap frame and how you pieced the letters for the sentiment. Your raffia bow is perfect with that burlap too!

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  8. What a great use of burlap Andrea! Really love your design.

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