Friday, January 24, 2014

Go See Do


Just popping in quickly to share a card made using a journaling tag.  This one comes from Basic Grey's Capture collection.  The white pennant where I added the sentiment alphas actually covers up a list of favorite destinations.  I added a strip of cardstock at the top to anchor it, but the main feature of the card comes from some fancy cutting.

I used my craft knife to carefully cut along the skyline.  The bottom portion was then adhered with dimensional adhesive.  I love the depth that it adds to the card.  It's a little painstaking, but definitely worth it.


That's all for me today.  My to do list this weekend is as long as my arm, I hope I survive it!  Hope that you have a great end to your week!

Supplies Used
Paper/Cardstock:  CTMH - Colonial White and Cocoa Cardstock
Other:  Basic Grey - Capture Carte Postale Snippets; AC - Amy Tangerine Baxter Transparency Stickers, Nutmeg Thickers; CTMH - Dimenaional Foam Tape; Tombow - Mono Adhesive

11 comments:

  1. This is so stunning looks like a canvas painting :)

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  2. This is awesome...love what you've done.

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  3. What a cool design! I love the dimension on this!

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  4. Wow! This is awesome!! I love how you used a journaling card!! I never know how to use those things because they have stuff on them that don;t really work on cards, but i love how you hid that!!

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  5. This is awesome. Yes, definitely worth the troubles. I love it!

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  6. What a great way to really make things pop, Miriam! LOVE the dimension!

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  7. Brilliant design, Miriam...Love the dimension of the pop up images. I'm with you...I don't think I could create a card that didn't have something popped up somewhere. LOL Great job.

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  8. Way to adapt the journaling card ... you'd never know there was something under your banner!

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  9. Oh I know that was a lot of work. But the effect is wow!!

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