Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Musical Notes!

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Now......on to my card! Day 2 of JustRite's Newest release is called Musical Notes and works perfectly with the Spellbinder's Labels Twenty die! I love the music notes and the vintage feel of this set.
I stamped the each layer with Versamark ink and heat embossed it with red, black, and blue Zing embossing powder. The two layers were cut using the Spellbinder's Labels 20 die. The banner portion was hand cut. (I told you I have been on a banner craze lately!) The musical note was heat embossed in black and carefully cut out. I added a tiny red Doodlebug flower and black twine.
See the center of my flower? It is window screen. ; ) I had a small roll of it and decided to use my Sizzix flower die on it.....and voila! A pretty cool looking flower! To make it pop a bit more, I added another red Doodlebug flower to the center of it. To "ground" the flower I added a bit of black tulle behind it.

Be sure to visit these other talented ladies' blogs........their projects are out of this world gorgeous!!!

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Becca Feeken
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Sankari Wegman
Angela Barkhouse
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Have a wonderful day!!!!


Houses Built of Cards said...

WOW! Love the colors you used and the embossing on this! The layers are FABULOUS!!!

Notes by Nina said...

Beautiful card, fabulous colours and lots of wonderful detail.

scrappingnana said...

Beautiful card. Very creative using the window screen to die cut. Love the colors you used also. TFS

Diane Hodrick said...

a window screen? genius! beautiful card too!

Becky said...

wow!! This is beautiful.

Cindy said...

Gorgeous card. Love the screen behind the flower. Great idea.

steph said...

Love all your colors.

Cricut Couple said...

Gorgeous! Love that blue!!! This is SO pretty!

Sandy (Cheesy) said...

Hi. I know that I have met you someplace. I used to live in Bloomingdale but grew up in Burbank. I know lots of teachers. Currently live in Twin Lakes WI
Love what you did with the flower. Also, the interesting combo of colors.

Nancy S said...

Just found your blog. Super! And I love the idea on this magnificent card to use a 'lowly' material like window screen for the flower. I'm gonna have to borrow that one!