Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Weddings.....Spellbinder style.

Evening all.  Another busy day catching up on a few card orders for up coming birthdays then catching up with my pal Irene for lunch and a shop.  Where does the time go? 
Ironing is next on the agenda as I am in work the rest of the week.
First I want to show you this card.....


For this card I have used Spellbinder M-Bossabilities Framed Petite labels together with Nestabilities die Labels 21 and Shapeabilities die Fancy tags 2.  The key and lock are from the D-Lites range Love Locket. 
To make the card I coated the folder with Versa mark ink before placing through the calibur with plain card stock.  I then added Perfect pearls gold powder and mounted onto gold card which has been scalloped at the bottom with Martha Stewart punch Traditional scallop.  The other dies have been layered on top after also running through my machine once coated in Versa mark ink and then powder added after removing the card from the die.  Simples!
The sentiment is from Inkadinkado Thoughts for the day with pearls and ribbon from my stash.
And the top view.....


I do love the subtle gold in the background that the powder creates.  It does look better in real life as when the light catches it you get the best effect.

That's all from me today better go and get my uniform sorted.
Catch you again tomorrow.  x

6 comments:

Kat said...

Gorgeous card Erika. You make fabulous cards with your Spellbinders. Love the effect of the Perfect Pearls gold powder.

Kat xx

Debbi Glennie said...

absolutely stunning Gertrude :)xx

Elaine said...

Stunning Erika.
This is why you are Queen of the dies!
Love it ♥

Big hugs
Elaine xx

Wilma Brown said...

Hate it when work gets in the way of crafting. Gorgeous card, once more Erika, you have displayed a great way of using the folders. Sorry did not make it at the weekend, decorating got in the way, lol

Wilma x x x

Lau W said...

Oh wow, wonderful !!
xxx

Judy Nolan said...

Beautiful card, Erika! I am trying to figure out how to reach you by email to obtain permission to use this card image in a blog post I am writing. Can you contact me via email, and I'll provide more details? Thanks! judynolan@aol.com