Welcome! Today I have a 5" x 7" vintage floral card to share, made with JustRite's Rose Postcard Cling Background stamp, shown below.
These are the Copic markers that I used to color the Rose Postcard image on Kraft cardstock--love those RV60's! I then used a white Prismacolor pencil to add some highlights to the image. I sponged quite a bit of distress ink on the edges of the kraft cardstock before using the side of my scissors to scrape and distress the cardstock edge.
For the background, I used PTI's Autumn Rose cardstock, embossed with a Spellbinders 5 x 7 Enchanted Labels Twenty die template. I don't always remember that I can use my dies to create great texture, even if I don't want to cut with them--it really is a neat effect! I dyed natural seam binding to coordinate, using RV63 for one length and RV66 for a longer length. Someone had asked me a few days ago how to tie a double bow. The answer is. . . that I don't know. . . I tie a single bow, and then use a glue dot to attach a second bow onto the top of the first. Is that bow-cheating? ;-)
I hope you get a chance to see what the rest of the JustRite DT girls linked below have done with the Rose Postcard Cling Background stamp--I think you'll like what you see! Thanks for visiting today,
Debbie Olson (HERE)