- It all started with this gorgeous vintage dahlias image. The colors are so rich! So I guess even though I was trying to purposely avoid it, there is a touch of fall in this card after all.
- The seam binding was hand-dyed with Distress Stains and Ink. I love dying seam binding...you can make it just the right color.
- "Enjoy It." was a one line stamp that I stamped onto two separate punched labels. The strategically placed butterfly not only adds a nice accent, but also hides a tiny boo-boo. J
Shopping Our Stash: #68 - 3-2-1 (3 buttons, 2 digital images, 1 bow)
|Cardstock:||Stampin’ Up! ‘Certainly Celery’|
|Patterned Paper:||My Mind’s Eye Lost & Found Two ‘Rosy’|
|Image:||Vintage Feedsacks ‘Vintage Dahlias’; Chelsea Craze ‘Button Card’|
|Stamps:||Chatter Box ‘Fabulous’|
|Inks:||Archival Ink ‘Coffee’; Distress Stain ‘Spiced Marmalade’, ‘Brushed Corduroy’; Distress Ink ‘Old Paper’; Adirondack paint dabber ‘Snow Cap’|
|Embellishments:||Papertrey Ink rustic button twine; vintage button; Close to My Heart buttons; Hug Snug seam binding ‘Ivory’|
|Tools:||Tim Holtz paper distresser; heat tool; mister; foam tape; EK Success punch ‘Photo Labels’; Glue Dots|