I seem to have really gotten into my mojo this time with the kit. As a result, you get to a third blog post (lucky you, eh? hahahaha!) of my projects for Debbi.
These papers are just so versatile to use, and perfect for a baby girl card. The gingham ribbon is from Debbi too. I used the punch and followed the easy instructions to make an oval on which to stamp a Baby definition.
This card uses the same papers, stamp and ribbon but this time I punched a strip of paper to go beind another piece of the printed script paper.
This is a 6"x6" scrapbook page using Debbi's papers, which I've inked the edges of. I cut the Fleur-de-Lys motif from one of the papers and mounted it onto foam pads for some depth. A little bit of inking, glittering, some doodling and some lace and voila! An Elizabethan page for a beautiful (although sadly partly ruined) Elizabethan Mansion.
This is an ordinary (boring) A5 spiral bound notebook. It's covered front and back with some of Debbi's papers from the Classical Elegance CD. To this I added a strip of inked cream cardstock and some hessian strip. I attached another of the designs on the CD which is printed on to some vellum to a circle of chipboard. The addition of a large paper bloom and a circle of the background paper which is attached with a gem centred brad and a little tag. One simple book project which becomes something very different with a little bit of time and some lovely products. This book was featured during the stamping section of Debbi's show on QVC yesterday.