Saturday, June 16, 2012

French Country...

Hello to you all! Hope you are having a happy Summer so far. I popped in to share two cards I made for The Rubber Cafe'.  I just love the versatile stamp set, Card Labels and been having some fun using it in diffrent ways.  For example, it is such a great set to frame something out with.


First I went to work covering my cardstock with my "frenchy" theme papers. Next, I stamped all 4 labels and cut them out. I also used the scalloped oval set from Spellbinders for added layering.
  I cut one of the card labels and used it at the top and bottom of my butterfly card.


I used both the Fabulous Phrases and the cute I adore you stamps for my sentiments. I stamped the "I adore you" inside my butterfly card and added a button and tails for added detail. 




To finish them off , I added some fun toppings... some chipboard pieces, tea stained twill, little flowers, etc.  Of course I used my scrap happy glue for all my glue needs!  I love love love this glue...and need to get more!    I hope you enjoyed my shabby "frenchy" feel cards!   -hugs, cherry

Supplies:
Stamps: The Rubber Cafe' - card labels, I adore you, fabulous phrases
Ink; PTI
Paper:  PTI cardstock, Prima almanac collection
Adhesives: The Rubber Cafe' - Scrap Happy Glue
embellishments- chipboard- Prima, flowers-prima, bead spray- pro 31 designs, buttons- vintage
ribbon- walmart
Tools: Spellbinders Nestabilities Scalloped Ovals

5 comments:

reneabouquets said...

Gorgeous work Cherry! Love those papers!

Dawn's Craft Place said...

As always this is wonderful~ I love the vintage feel and wonderful layers. I like you love scrap happy glue, and need to get a large supply, I wonder if it comes in vats? lol

Karen T said...

Very pretty Cherry! I love how you use the Card labels set - in your layers. Great 'french' country images too.

Irit Shalom said...

Our vintage goodness in action!

Sharon said...

Oh my gosh, Cherry. You are one talented lady. I absolutely love the work that you put into this card. Thanks so much for sharing it with us.