September 23, 2011

The Best is Yet To Be

I just love this sentiment (QQ0806-C) from Verses Rubber Stamps - it makes for a wonderful Anniversary card!  As a follow up to the project I created the other day in this post, I used the same Heart/Flower combination cut with the eCraft to embellish my card.



All images are from the eCraft Fundamentals 1 SD card; the Flower Blossom is cut from Basic Grey pattern paper, the heart is cut from Black and Red card stock and highlighted with Silver rub-ons.

Each Friday the eCraft Design Team will be sharing Video projects for the Visual Crafter, click the video below to see how I created my card using the eCraft.  (Note DT members will be posting their videos on the eCraft DT Channel, I'll also be uploading  to my YouTube Channel.)  Click here for an MS Word Document.



Details:
Stamps – Verses Rubber Stamps
Ink – Riding Hood Red, Silver Metallic Rub Ons, Ranger Black Archival
Card Stock – Stampin’ Up! Riding Hood Red, Black, Old Olive, Vanilla
Other – eCraft, Basic Grey Pattern Paper, Brad, Ranger Distress Rock Candy Stickles, Dimensionals, Stick On Pearl, Texture Fades Folder, Big Shot, eCraft Fundamentals Cartridge Whimsical #1  Flourish (size 2” x 2” and 1-1/2” x 1-1/2”) from Olive card stock, Flowers #9 (cut 2 each in sizes 2” x  2”, 1-1/2” x 1-1/2”  and 1” x 1”) from pattern paper, Shapes Heart #1 (cut 3” x 3” from Black, 3-1/4” x 3-1/4” from Riding Hood Red), Shapes #5 Circle (¼” x ¼” from Black) Seam Binding, Maya Road Trinket Pins, Stamp-a-ma-jig

Finished size 5-1/4” x  5-1/4”

Using the eCraft to create the embellishment was a super easy, and to save me time in the future, I saved my Flower Grouping.  Now all I have to do is open the file, add card stock to the eCraft and cut!  I can even resize the flower blossoms to be bigger or small if I'd like.



Here's a close up of the flower blossom

Have a great weekend!

8 comments :

Suzanne C said...

Beautiful! Love the gorgeous flower and embossing! Love that sentiment!

Terry said...

So gorgeous! The flower is quite the looker and I do love that sentiment! Happy Friday!

Netty said...

I agree Lisa that is a wonderful verse and your card is beautiful xx

Gerrie Johnnic said...

You are so amazing, what a beautiful card, just luv that flower!

Maria@BubblegumandDuctTape said...

that is a beautiful card, love the color combination and the paper. Thanks for the video tutorial, it's awesome to be able to visually follow along.

Tenia Nelson said...

So so pretty!!

Linda said...

Wow what a beautiful card and the sentiment is lovely!!!!! Great job!!!!!

Adela said...

You make it look so easy! Hey, I also have the pink eCraft machine. Great tutorial, Lisa.

 
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