Amour for The Paper Players

Today's card is based on the terrific sketch over at The Paper Player's challenge blog, so grab your provisions and play along.  Here is a look at Nance's wonderful sketch:

Layer upon layer is what this card is all about, and attention to each layer is important.  The Paisley Petals DSP is just perfect for this card.  The beautiful flower DSP is all that is needed for a bottom layer.  Of course to give it a little texture, the vintage wallpaper EF was used.

This paper pack has some very distinctive prints, but they all work together.  Simple circle flowers were made and layered upon some crumb cake and pear pizzaz seam binding ribbon for just a bit of leaf effect.  The knotted centers also add a little dimension.  The top horizontal piece of DSP got a little jazzing up from the pinking hearts border punch.

Since there is so much going on in this card, I thought a simple sentiment would work.  The Amour stamp from Artistic Etchings stamp set was just perfect stamped in very vanilla craft ink on a bravo burgundy modern label punch, and pearls finish the sentiment perfectly.

All of these supplies can be purchased through my ONLINE STORE anytime you wish.  Thanks for stopping by, hope you were inspired, enjoy!

Stamps:  Artistic Etchings
Paper:  Paisley Petals, bravo burgundy
Ink:  very vanilla craft ink
tools:  modern label punch, postage stamp punch, pearls, circle punches, seam binding ribbon, pinking hearts border punch, big shot, vintage wallpaper EF


Patti Willey said…
Striking card Sandie! I love layers and this embossing folder sure gave this card dimension!

I love your new rosette too! I wouldn't have thought of that!
Cindy Hall said…
Oh my gosh! You have such an incredible talent with unique details. Absolutely gorgeous, Sandie! Thanks for joining us at The Paper Players this week!
Nance Leedy said…
Gorgeous card Sandie! Love all those beautiful details you do so well...the circle flowers and knotted ribbon, lovely! The embossing adds such rich texture too. So glad you played along with my sketch at The Paper Players!
LeAnne said…
WOw wow wow! This is gorgeous! I didn't get that paper but this particular pattern is tempting me! Love your colors, textures and layers! Thanks for playing with us this week!
Ann Schach said…
What a gorgeous vintage card! You are so talented and creative! Thanks for playing with The Paper Players!
Mary Fish said…
What a great way to use this DSP!

Hugs, M
jaydee said…
Sandie, you really did make all the patterns on the DSP work together so well on this card. I love your vintage feel take on the challenge. So glad you shared you creation with the Paper Players this week
Lesley said…
Hi Sandie,
This is REALLY nice! Love the textures and all the fabulous details! Thanks for joining us at the Paper Players!
Anne Marie Hile said…
Hi Sandie! Wowza, is this ever pretty! Love the soft colors and al of the details you added. I really ike that EF on that have inspired me yet again! Thanks so much for joining us this week at the Paper Players! :) Hugs!
Julie Marshall said…
Oh Sandie, all this texture is just fabulous! I LOVE those flowers and the ribbon centers. What a nice touch. So glad you came back and joined us this week at the Paper Players ;)
Tara Bilbao said…
Sandie, All the textures and layers on this card are just delicious! I love those circular flowers with the ribbon. Very pretty indeed. Thank you for playing along with the Paper Players this Week!
None None said…
Sandie, this is so delightful! I love the seam binding leaves and knotted centers you created, the various textures and the rich soft colors.
Linda Fisher said…
So elegant, danity and just beautiful! A perfect combination of colors, ribbon and circle flowers!

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