Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Congrats with Canvas Cuts

Often when I upload pictures, I look at the pictures and think that they just don't do the project justice! I think this is the case with all the Canvas Cuts projects. The canvas has such a nice texture and when combined with the Fashion District Rub-ons, really adds a unique element to a project. This card was inspired from one that I saw at Leadership. Matter of fact, I changed very little on it! In case you don't recognized the Canvas Cuts, it is the scallop focal point on the card! The rub-on fits perfectly on the Canvas Cuts making it look like you worked really hard to create it. Shhh ... I won't tell! Take notice to the bottom of the card. That is the Printed Kraft paper from the Taste of Textiles specialty paper which is found on pg. 156 in the 2009 Spring Summer IBC. Now, and I think I talked about this in a prior post, I initially couldn't get any rub-on to adhere to the Jumbo Neutral Brad. However, for the class, we applied one of the button rub-ons after sanding down the Jumbo Brad. Amazing how such little things work!!!

Below is a list of the items used and measurements of this card.


Item

Page No.

Item No.

Price

Stamp Set

Congrats

SB-4

113770

--

Cardstock

Taste of Textiles Printed Kraft

156

113991

9.95

Chocolate Chip

154

102128

5.50

Naturals Ivory

156

101849

7.50

Ink

Classic Chocolate Chip

154

100908

5.95

Other

Canvas Cuts

177

113979

7.95

Fashion District Rub-Ons

172

113884

10.95

Jumbo Brads – 5/8” Neutrals Assort.

174

112533

6.95

Chocolate Chip Taffeta Ribbon

179

109065

6.95

Dimensionals

191

104430

3.95

Crafters Tool Kit (Paper Piercer)

188

104310

39.95

Measurements

Kraft: 6” x 6” (folded in half)

Chocolate Chip: 6” x 2”

Naturals Ivory: 6” x 1-3/4”


I am very fond of the 3" x 6" card size. It is different ... and ... I must say ... I LOVE different!

No comments: