Another Challenge Card for Paper Pals Arts

Hello Everyone,

I hope you’re having a great weekend.  I am. I went to a craft show today and am going to another one tomorrow.  I love primitive crafts and hope to find some to add to my shelves (not that I need anymore!)

This card is for another challenge over at Paper Pals Arts. These are really fun to do! Here is the sketch for this week:

Paper Pals Art ChallengeThis is my card:

How to Emboss Brads

 

I hardly ever use products from other companies, but this card uses designer paper that I have had for a long time.  The card base is Rich Razzleberry Card Stock and it was embossed with the Pretty Print Embossing Folder. A layer of the designer paper was adhered to a panel of gold card stock and they were glued to the card front with Multipurpose Glue.  One of the messages from the Christmas Messages Stamp Set was stamped in Rich Razzleberry Ink on Whisper White Card Stock.  It was cut out with one of the dies from the Apothecary Accents Framelits Set.  I put glue around the edges using the Two-Way Glue and then poured Gold Glitter around it.  Once it was dry, it was adhered to the card front with Stampin’ Dimensionals.  Are you wondering where I got the glittery gold brad?  I placed VersaMark all over the top of the brad, added Gold Embossing Powder, and used my Heat Tool to melt it on the brad.  Pretty snazzy isn’t it?  I placed a bow of Twine under the brad and placed them on the card front with Glue Dots.

 

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2 Responses to Another Challenge Card for Paper Pals Arts

  1. Amy Lazzell says:

    Fabulous card!!! Love the colors you choose!! Thank you for playing with us at Pals Paper Arts!!!

  2. Ann Schach says:

    Very pretty, Terry! I love the glitter around the sentiment. Thanks for joining us at Pals Paper Arts this week!

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