Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Outline Sticker Card

Happy Tuesday Morning All!

I have a few challenge cards to work on today but I've had this card sitting on my desk and thought I'd share it with you. I have several of these "outline sticker" sheets in my craftroom that I don't use nearly enough. This particular image came from an Anita's Vintage Outline Sheet which I received from my friend, Linda Davis.
Here's the quick details on putting this card together. I carefully removed this vintage lady sticker from the sheet and adhered it to a piece of white cardstock. Using American Craft & Gelly Roll pens, I colored it in starting with the flowers on the dress & hat. Then using my long rectangle Nesties, I cut my main image & gold metallic mat. The background panel was cut, edged using a gold Pilot marker then run through the Cuttlebug using the Textile embossing folder. The gold metallic heart was punched using the "yellow" Marvy heart punch. The ribbon is organdy from JoAnn's and the sentiment was also cut using a Nesties (tag diecut), outlined using the gold Pilot marker and attached using a Making Memories gold brad.
Actually a pretty simple card but I love how it turned out. It's really much prettier in real life because it's so difficult to get a good photo without a reflection in the gold metallic paper. Oh well ... you get the jest!! Have a great day and stop back later when I should have a couple more cards to share with you!! Today is the SCS Crafty Secrets challenge ... I didn't figure out yesterday's helpful clues so I have to wait until the actual challenge is posted to start my card! See you back here later ... until then, have a WONDERFUL day!!

1 comment:

Nancy said...

Love how you did this card! Isn't that sheet of stickers divine? I used this same lady in my card for Laura's Tuesday Stash challenge last week! Great minds... hee hee!