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Thursday, July 31, 2014

Variations on a theme - #2

This is another card made using the same basic supplies as the one I showed yesterday - but they look quite different.  I started with a base card from the same David Tutera set & the same turquoise paper.  However, the border at the bottom of the base card is different, and I used different die & stamp sets.

Borders: I cut two borders from the Spellbinders Persian Accents set and glued them in place as shown.

Focal:  I cut the focal using a die from the Persian Accents set, then traced around the die and hand cut the turquoise mat.  After inking around the inner edge of the die, I stamped the sentiment using a stamp from the Stamp & Punch set from Hot off the Press.

That's it! Quick & easy to make, it looks quite elegant in person.

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