Sunday, 21 May 2017

Make A Wish by Lynne Moncrieff


This card was made for a friend’s birthday, knowing she liked Character Constructions stamps.

I intentionally kept the design simple as I wanted the focus to be on the beautiful vintage French paper and the stamped focal.  At first viewing you might not realise that this image comprises several individual stamps.

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Supplies


Character Constructions Stamp Sets - Blue Daisy No. 7 (woman and hat) – I also used stamps from other Blue Daisy sets:- No. 2 (flower on stem and flower head).  No. 6 (arms)
Glue Stick (UHU or Tombow)
Double Sided Tape
Extras: Vintage Paper, Fabric, Lace



Instructions


Card


Adhere vintage French paper to cardbase. Stamp woman. Trim waist with fabric scrap.  Onto scrap pieces of vintage paper, stamp hat, arm and flower. Fussy cut. Adhere hat to woman’s head. Cut upper arm to make a suitable length. Apply adhesive only to upper end of arm. Adhere to main image. Slightly bend the arm and hand before adhering the flower to her hand. 









Stamp Affirmation onto scrap paper. Only Make A Wish from the Affirmation is required.  Layer to lace and fabric scraps below stamped focal. 






Onto another piece of scrap paper, stamp flower three times. Cut into flag shape. Attach fabric scraps before adhering to upper corner.





Insert


I thought I would also share the insert and envelope detail. I had already written my birthday message to my friend which is why I have obscured some of the insert and envelope.

Tear paper to required size. Stamp ELB sentiment onto paper. Adhere top edge to inside cardbase with double sided tape. 





Envelope


Onto two tiny scraps of paper, stamp flower and onto other piece, ink up “wish” only from Affirmation stamp. Adhere to upper corner of envelope with fabric scraps.


Until next time,

Wishes

Lynne

6 comments:

  1. Really beautiful card Lynne, so elegant and classy in style.
    Fliss xx

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  2. Lovely card Lynne, gorgeous vintage detail. I'm sure your friend will treasure this.
    Julie x

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  3. Those little paper pieces and fussy cuts have brought her to life Lynne and she looks smitten with her flower.. Beautiful. Hugs Tracey xx

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  4. I absolutely adore the CC stamps Lynne and this is no exception. The thought you put in to the details are just amazing and I will certainly treasure it as I do all your fabulous cards xx

    Hugs Annie xx

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  5. She is such a beautiful,elegant French mademoiselle - Lynne- so detailed bits you fussy cut, to give her more charm, with holding her flower, and the fabric and paper pieces below her, created such Parisian beauty . So understand ,that Annie, love her card !! xx

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  6. What a beautiful creation. I love the simplicity of the colour palette and your signature attention to detail. xx

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