Welcome to Day 2 of the JustRite Papercraft June Release. Today we have another beautiful set of 14 clear stamps called Get Well Labels Twenty which coordinates with Spellbinders Labels Twenty.
For my card I stamped the label from Get Well Labels Twenty set on designer paper with Memento black ink, I colored the image with Copic markers and then die cut it with the largest coordinating die from Spellbinders Labels Twenty. The sentiment was also stamped on designer paper and die cut with the 3rd die from the Labels Twenty set.
The flowers were die cut with Spellbinders Bitty Blossoms and the leaves were die cut with Foliage Two.
The background behind the label was die cut with the largest die from the 5 x 7 Enchanted Labels 28 using pearl metallic cardstock.
JustRite Papercrafts: Get Well Labels Twenty
Spellbinders: Labels Twenty, 5 x 7 Enchanted Labels 28, Labels Twenty Eight, Bitty Blossoms, Foliage Two
Other Supplies: Pearl Metallic Cardstock, Prima Marketing Journal Pad Cardstock, Tsukineko Memento Tuxedo Black Ink Pad, Rangers Distress Ink in Peeled Paint, Brushed Corduroy and Picked Raspberry, Copic Markers, Seam Binding Ribbon and Pearls from The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store.
Be sure to visit the links below to see the beautiful projects created by the JustRite Design Team Members.
Marisa Job (Here)
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Lovely Marisa! So very pretty I think that Bitty Blossoms is my all time favourite flower die!ReplyDelete
Ciao carissima Marisa...ReplyDelete
this card is wonderful and your colors spectacular...sei bravissima !!!...
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This is beautiful Marisa, and I love your use of dies. Judy xReplyDelete
Had to leave some love on your blog too. This is beautiful Marisa!ReplyDelete
WOW! This is so beautiful!ReplyDelete
Just amazing Marisa. The layers, colours and details are just beautiful.ReplyDelete
Stunning card Marisa. Lovely colour combination and flowers.ReplyDelete
OH MY!Beautiful card!!Love following you,your work is awesome!!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful design and colors.ReplyDelete
So wunderschön, ich bin begeistert!ReplyDelete