Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Make it Monday #68 - Pocket Cards: Celebrate today and every day

This week at Papertrey Ink's Make it Monday it's all about pocket cards. 
For my first card, I decided to make something springy with some aqua mist and vintage cream cardstock.  I stamped the wrought iron background in the two different patterns on the front and back of the card with vintage cream ink.
Then I layered some Harvest Berries' gingko leaves over top with steel blue ink from Fresh.  I rounded the corners, impressed with the linen impression plate and stamped a faux stitched line with Faux Ribbon.  I adhered the two sides with thin strips of Sookwang tape and started on the inner panel.
I took a small piece of vintage cream cardstock and stamped some smaller gingko leaves with steel blue ink again.  I layered the sentiment from Happy Trails with chocolate ink from Fresh as well, restamping twice for a darker look.  I impressed this panel with the linen impression plate as well and voil√†, all done!

Paper: PTI Aqua Mist, Vintage Cream
Stamps: PTI BB: Wrought Iron, Faux Ribbon, Harvest Berries, Happy Trails (sentiment)
Ink: PTI Vintage Cream; Fresh chocolate, steel blue
Misc: PTI Linen impression plate, Sookwang tape


Leigh Penner said...

Great cards, Cara! I love the Chevron Stripes version (a great masculine card), but I think this one is my favourite of the two! It's so soft and pretty! I love how it looks like the leaves are growing on the wrought iron fence!

Jill Norwood said...

Cara - just beautiful! Love the wrought iron and the leaves layered together! Gorgeous!

Sonya said...

Love, love, love the wrought iron and gingko combo.

Tracey McNeely said...

Fantastic combination of stamps. Both so beautiful.

Michelle said...

Love your pocket cards but this one has to be my favourite love the background you have created.

Suzanne Russell said...

Love your creative background stamping-all round great card!