It’s time for another Crazy Crafters’ Blog Hop, and this month we are all excited to have Tami White as our special guest. Tami has inspired and entertained legions of crafters the world over, and we are all getting to CASE (Copy and Selectively Edit) one of her projects. Woo hoo! If you’ve been living under a rock and don’t know Tami, make sure you check out her blog by clicking on her image below. It will take you to the post about the card I am CASEing.
You may be starting here on my blog – Gail Davidson, or you may have come from the person previous to me – Bruno Bertucci. To continue on the hop, click on the next person in the list – the lovely Vicki Hunter – at the end of this post to make sure you don’t miss all the other amazing Crazy Crafters’ projects and of course our fabulous special guest Tami White’s project too!
And here’s Tami’s card that inspired me:
The layout of this card is what first caught my eye, with the strip of Gold Foil behind the main image, and anyone who knows me knows that I just love emboss resist. It’s so cool, isn’t it? And I loved the way Tami used a coloured image of the starfish to complement the white ones in the background.
I had a hard time deciding which stamp set to use because there are just so many gorgeous ones in the Annual Catalogue this year. Oh my gosh! But I finally decided on the beautiful Artistically Asian set. This is the first time I have had a play with it and I can definitely see many more cards and projects being created with this set. Love, love, love!!
So here’s my card. I wanted the focal image to shine, so I used Kraft cardstock as well as muted and natural tones so that the gorgeous bamboo image would pop. To add to the delicacy of the style I took a deep breath and my paper snips and fussy cut the image out, but it was totally worth it (and I don’t mind a bit of fussy cutting). What do you think?
I love how subtle the friendship symbol looks stamped in VersaMark down the left-hand side, and the Pink Pirouette sponging adds to the delicate feel of this card too. The sentiment was heat embossed and cropped using the Project Life Cards & Labels Framelits Dies. A sprinkling of black and clear sequins completes the project.
If you like this colour combination, please feel free to save and share it. You can find more inspiration on my Pinterest Colour Inspiration Board.
Thanks for stopping by today. I’d love it if you’d pin my card and leave a comment.
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