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Rich Razzleberry Challenge

March 5, 2012

I found a clean and simple challenge at Splitcoast Stampers to make a card using Rich Razzleberry and White, which sounded like fun – besides Rich Razzleberry is one of my favourite colours.

I stamped the large floral image from the Creative Elements stampset onto Whisper White card using Rich Razzleberry ink.  I stamped the butterfly from the same stampset onto scrap Whisper White card stock, using Rich Razzleberry ink and cut it out.  I stamped the flower image three times onto scrap Whisper White card stock using Rich Razzleberry ink and cut out one full image and two smaller sections of the image.  I scored lines at the top edge of the Whisper White card. tied a knot in  Rich Razzleberry 1/4″ grosgrain ribbon and attached it so that the lines “framed” the ribbon.  I attached the Whisper White card to scored and folded Rich Razzleberry card stock before attaching the flower and butterfly.  I used a Mini Glue Dot in the middle of the butterfly, then I cut one dimensional in half, stacked the halves on top of each other, attached one behind each wing and then to the card front.  This really gives the butterfly extra dimension.  I attached the largest flower over the stamped floral image using  Snail and then attached each of the smaller sections on top using dimensionals.

I love all the little elements in this stampset, it makes it so easy to create a beautiful “arty” type card.  What do you think?

Bye for now, Kris.

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. March 5, 2012 7:46 am

    Kris, this is stunning! Those dimensional layers can make all the difference, can’t they? Thanks so much for sharing your wonderful card!

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  2. Mary Lou Glick permalink
    March 5, 2012 10:25 am

    What a gorgeous clean and simple card! I love how you used dimensionals on the butterfly wings and how you layered the flower to give it more dimension. Thanks for sharing!

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  3. March 5, 2012 4:26 pm

    Beautiful & very elegant Kris. So clean too.

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