The card base is Old Olive card stock. I added a layer of Autumn Spice designer series paper. This paper is a heavier weight paper and has some great patterns and colors to work with. To a strip of Pretty in Pink card stock, I added Night of Navy striped ribbon and adhered it to the card front. The image from the Thoughts and Prayers stamp set was stamped with Night of Navy craft ink on Very Vanilla card stock and heat embossed with clear embossing powder. The corners were punched out with the Ticket Corner punch and the image was matted with Night of Navy card stock. Pretty in Pink brads were added to all four corners. I popped up the image layer with dimensionals to the front of the card. Again, no sentiment so the card could be used for whenever the need arises. I remember the first time I did heat embossing, I swore I would never do it again. Don't ask me why but now, four years later, it is probably my most favorite thing to do to make a card special. And the ladies that came to the class liked it too. A very simple technique but adds so much to a project. I hope you're having a great Wednesday.
Stampin' Up Products Used
Super Stamp Set: Thoughts & Prayers (#113252)
Irresistible Ink: Regals Craft Stampin' Spots (#119717)
Card Stock Confections: Old Olive (#100702); Night of Navy (#100867); Pretty in Pink (#100459); Very Vanilla (#101650); Autumn Spice DSP (#120808)
Terrific Tools: Heat Tool (#100005); Ticket Corner Small Punch (#119867)
Finish It Up: Night of Navy 1-1/4" Striped Grosgrain Ribbon (#119773); Subtles Brads (#119738); Clear Stampin' Emboss Powder (#109130); Stampin' Dimensionals (#104430)