Time certainly flies--unless you are 10 years old and anxiously awaiting a Lego box that you ordered with your own money! Four year ago today, I was just leaving South Korea where I had gone to see my sister get married. So, you know what kind of card I'm posting today, don't you? They are visiting, so I didn't have to worry about keeping the card flat enough to mail easily.
For today's card I used three Papertrey ink stamp sets: Damask Designs, Mat Stack 2 Collection, and Big and Bold Wishes. You can see only the edge of the damask behind the oval, but it's there. I left the Fancy Tags die template in place while I airbrushed some Copic BG72 in the background. White seam binding was dyed first with a Copic BG72 and then dripped with some E42 to warm up the tone and make it coordinate with the paper. I love my Copic reinkers!
I used three Spellbinders die templates as well: Labels Fourteen, Fancy Tags, and Petite Ovals Large. To get a mat on the Labels Fourteen, I used scissors to cut on the embossed line of the patterned paper. Papers are from Cosmo Cricket's Circa 1934 Mini Deck, and cardstock is Papertrey's Ocean Tides and Vintage Cream with a generous application of Chamomile Distress Ink on the edges. Taupe Pearls are from Zva Creative (PEW-03CA-106).
On the inside, the sentiment is one of the small ones from the Big and Bold Wishes set, paired with a frame from the Mat Stack 2 Collection. I stamped the words first and them masked them with a narrow strip of Eclipse Tape to stamp the frame image since the words wouldn't have fit within the frame.
May you have a Blessed New Year; I truly appreciate your having taken the time to visit!