the the TTSTV Challenge this week. Lis Robson has a great tutorial here
I have never done this one before but it is quick,easy and gives great results!
I cut out a base added all the tape then wiped Tim Holtz antique linen ink
over it and wiped back off. It darkened the edges of the tape and gives it
almost a stone look. I then ran it thru an embossing folder for a little
added texture. This image is one of the new November Releases
Out On The Town, don't you love the simple lines and vintage look!
Wanting to keep this CAS so the background would show. The
birthday flag was cut with a Spellbinder Pennant die and the
flower is cut from a PTI die with a giant brad for the center.
This technique could be used in so many ways,
you need to give it a try!!
This is lovely ... the perfect image for your clever background!
Oh Davi this is just beautiful......Lis
Love love how you added the embossing folder, great effect!
This is a wow card Davi!!! Love how you embossed it.
A beautiful card my friend.. I love the background..
I absolutely LOVE this simple design with your background technique! So much texture that goes beautifully with your image Davi!! Hope you had a great Thanksgiving! HUGS :)
what a cool bkg. you created for your lovely card...
Terrific! I have to try this - you did a great job!
This is gorgeous, Davi!! I love the background!! The embossing is an awesome touch!! And what a fabulous image!! I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!! Have a great day :)
A Mermaid's Crafts
She is so pretty and elegant. Love it! :)
This is beautiful Davi!! I love that image and your fabulous background!! I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!
So pretty Davi! What a beautiful background! Hope you had a great Thanksgiving!
Totally beautiful and elegant!
wow this looks beautiful, the background is gorgeous!
Groetjes Karin x
The background turned out fabulously Davi, love it! Gorgeous stamp you used as well. :) hugs, Kimberly
Gorgeous card - What a fabulous technique!! ~ Blessings, Tracey
Garden of Grace
This is beautiful... so classy and elegant!
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