This Sillouette stamp is the first stamp I bought. I really didn't buy it to do papercrafting, but to use it on price tags for items I put in my booth at the antique mall. The floral oval die is the newest nestabilities I have and this card was perfect for it. The edge punch was cut on both sides to give the lacy look and of course I have added bling (if you look real close you can see I added a bead for her necklace).
Woops I did it again. I downloaded the inside before the front.
I used the Spellbinders Moroccan Accents to make this card. I used the largest die and cut the front of the card and placed the cut out on the inside of the card. I added the sentiments on a classic round die cut. the edge die was cut twice and put back to back and embellished w/beige pearls, as I did with the other elements on the card. I also added a corner die and pearls.
I made this card for a older couple that joked about having a shotgun wedding, because they got married at a Courthouse in Florida and a shotgun was standing in the corner. So we had a little brunch for them to celebrate their "Shotgun Wedding."
I designed this with Graphic 45, buttons and bling, for my own "Powder Room." The art work came with the "Powder Room" sign but had an animal print background that I didn't like, so..... I changed it to match my personality.
Here's a few cards I have been working on. Supplies are Graphic 45 and Close to My Heart paper, Spellbinders nestabilities, Just Rite stamps, Martha Stewart Fleur De Lis punch, and an edge/embossing punch by Fiskars, and of course Bling.