The weather in Minnesota has been wet and icy today. My event I am teaching at in Duluth was postponed until March because of the weather and so it was the perfect day to stay down at my stamp table and do some creating. I printed some supplies from Sweet Shoppe Designs to work on some hybrid projects.
The hybrid card that I am sharing today is inspired by Kristina Werner's Finally Friday card that she posted this past Friday. Part of her challenge was to use black cardstock. I really don't use black too much in my projects, unless it's specific for a holiday, so it is a good challenge for me to work it in. I ended up using a black patterned paper with a subtle polka dot pattern for my black...
I used digital papers from ScrapKitchen Designs Autobiography kit and the black polka dot paper is from Mandabean & Melissa Bennett's Love Actually kit. To maximize my paper and ink, I put pieces of the papers together on one page in the sizes that I knew I was going to need.
I kept my layout like Kristina's, but used hearts instead of butterflies and the sentiment is embossed in white on the vellum instead of being cut out. I adhered the vellum to my card using a Xyron sticker machine.
Thanks, Kristina for the inspiration!
Just Because Button Heart Card
hybrid supplies from Sweet Shoppe Designs:
Autobiography by ScrapKitchen Designs & Love Actually by MandaBean & Melissa Bennett
Polka Dot Basics II, Giga Guide Lines (sentiment), white vintage mix buttons, Fresh Snow ink, kraft cardstock, vellum cardstock (Papertrey Ink), Versamark ink (Tsukineko), 1" circle & medium heart punches (EK Success), scallop border punch (Stampin' Up!), circle die (Spellbinders), corner chomper (We R Memory Makers), distresser (Tonic), sewing machine/thread, white embossing powder, heat embossing supplies, dimensionals