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Sunday, 2 August 2015

Baroque Best Wishes - Black & Cream

Good Morning Everyone,

Once again thank you all for taking the time to comment on my cards, Its lovely to know what you all think.

Today I decided to use stamps from one of my Favourite Collections - The Baroque Collection.

I hope you like it.


Products Used:- (which are also links to Phill's Website too) :-)

8 x 8 Cream Card Stock
Sentimentally Yours Baroque Background A6 Stamp
Sentimentally Yours Baroque Sentiment Collection A5 Stamp Set
Creative Expressions Snakeskin Embossing Folder
Black PVA Glue
Sue Wilson Die New York Collection - Herald Square 
Dazzlers
Seam Binding
Couture Creations Dragonfly Die
























Matting & Layering

1st layer Black Card cut to 7.75 sq.
2nd Layer Cream Card cut to 7.5 sq.
3rd Layer Black Card cut to 6.75 sq.
4th Layer Cream Card cut to 6.5 sq.

First I attached the 7.75 Black Card to the Base Card - flat using Cosmic Shimmer Glue
I than embossed the Cream 7.5 card and attached this (again flat)




Background

To create the background I used the cream 6.5 card and The Baroque Background Stamp. I stamped this using Black Soot Distress Ink. Once this was dry I attached it to the 6,75 black card and then added both to the main card using pads to give dimension.





Sentiment

Using a piece of cream card and Sue Wilson Herald Square Die I cut the die out and then backed it onto a  piece of black card.

I then did the PVA Pearls around the edge of this as they take a while to dry.

Next I cut a piece of cream card to 2.5 sq and stamped the Sentiment attaching this the centre with pads.
This was then added to the centre of the main card.

Once I was sure the PVA Pearls were dry I attached the sentiment to the centre of the card.



Finishing Touches

I made a triple bow and swags using Black Seam Binding and added a Dazzler to the centre.
Finally adding two Dragonflies.


                                                         Happy Crafting




















22 comments:

  1. Stunning card, very regal + classy.

    Michele

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  2. Elegant as ever Barb, love black and cream cards. X x

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  3. Hi Barb,
    Gorgeous card, love black and cream together always looks stunning!
    Love Janet x
    from Wakefield

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  4. Very elegant card, love using my Baroque sentiment stamps x

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  5. Hi Barb
    Another very classy card. Love the black and cream and those dragonflies. Thankyou for the step by step instructions.
    Love Angela x

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  6. Hi Barb, really lovely card black an cream look so good together. Take Care Melody xxx

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  7. Hi Barb,
    Thank You So Very Much For Sharing Your Remarkable Card With Us I Love The Fabulous Colour Palette The Black And Cream Your Choice Of Stamps.
    Hugs From Sam xxx

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  8. Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful, I love it.

    Enjoy your day everyone, stay safe, healthy and happy, hugs June Smith xxx

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  9. Love, Love, Love it!!!
    This is right up my street!!!
    Have a good one!!!
    Loopy Lynda xxx

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  10. Stunning card,love the colours!Take care Jane B.

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  11. Very busy card, but it is lovely Barb....luv Ursula xx

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  12. Stunning card Barb, love the design and colours!
    Hugs Donna xx

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  13. Hi Barb

    A really striking card, love it!

    Here from a link from Julia Watts' blog where today she used Phills Christmas stamps. Phill, the Christmas stamp designs are stunning. On the list now as I need them!

    Hugs, T x

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  15. Hi Barb/Phill (whom I hope is still talking to me, 'cos I asked a stupid question at Summer Crafting. - anyway, I still love him!) I just wanted to thank whoever has given the matting and layering sizes, which I find soooooo.. useful - why doesn't everyone do it?
    Love
    Reet Petite Marguerite!

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