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Tasteful Textures

July 8, 2019

I  loved the dies that are part of the Tasteful Textures bundle and couldn’t resist CASing a card that Stampin’ Up! shared in the latest Stampin’ Success magazine which is for demonstrators only.  I have taken a little licence with the card but that’s what CASing is all about – you see something you love and then you create it putting your own spin on it.  I cut Night of Navy card three times using the floral die from the Tasteful Background Dies.  This die is easy to line up and keep die cutting to get one large pattern.  I punched one end of a piece of Vellum cardstock and attached it to the die cut card. I coloured a length of 5/8″ Gold Metallic Edge ribbon using the Dark Petal Pink Stampin’ Blend and attached it over the Vellum.  The whole panel is attached to scored and folded Thick Whisper White card.  I stamped the filigree image from the Tasteful Textures stamp set onto Whisper White card using Crushed Curry card.  The image is cut out using one of the Stitched Nested Labels Dies.  You need to use a die that is wide enough so that you get the whole image which will actually be much longer than you need.   Sooo, you cut it once lining up the die so that the top of the image sits just inside the top of the die. Then you cut it again lining up the bottom of the image inside the die.  It is very easy to line the die up so that it cuts perfectly.  I stamped the greeting from the Tasteful Textures stamp set over the top using Night of Navy ink and attached the panel to the card front using dimensionals.

To decorate the inside of the card, I stamped the image from the Tasteful Textures stamp set which has the same shape as the die I used on the front, using Crushed Curry ink.

This card is so pretty!  The Metallic Edge ribbon gives just enough bling to the card front.  Let me know what you think.

Bye for now,

Kris

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