The times for the shows on Friday are 1pm and 7pm. It looks like one of the shows is scheduled to be repeated at 10pm. There are also some repeats of the Grand Calibur Blockbuster Shows scheduled for Midnignt, 6am and 8pm. As always, this is subject to change.
Today's card is quite a large one - almost A4 in size! I had intended it to be a DL card but it kept on growing. Good size if some one in your office has a birthday as plenty of space for signing.
I started by stamping the images (all from the Creative Expressions Well Adjusted Women Stamp Set) using Coffee Archival and embossed with Cosmic Shimmer Clear Embossing Powder. I coloured the images in using Cosmic Shimmer Matt Drawing Inks. I then cut them out using the second largest Spellbinders Splendid Circles dies. I removed the images from the dies and then inked around the edges with Dusty Concord Distress Ink.
I ran a piece of lilac card through the Grand Calibur with the Creative Expressions Floral Embossing Folder. I ran it through a couple of extra times to extend the pattern. I then inked around the edges of the panel with Dusty Concord and popped the images along it using 3D foam pads.
I stamped the sentiment from the same stamp set again using Coffee Archival and embossed with clear powder. I cut it out using Spellbinders Labels Fourteen and inked around the edges with Dusty Concord while still in the die.
I used a piece of Foundations Floral Dream Backing Paper and ran a piece of 6mm Hi Tack Tape along the bottom section. I ruffled some Mauve Rose American Seam Binding along it, leaving a gap where the sentiment was to go. I mounted the sentiment in the gap with 3d foam pads. I tied a bow with 3 lengths of the American Seam Binding. I spritzed the bow with water, scrunched it up and then dried it. I tied a bow with 2 lengths of some fancy wool I've had for ages and added that to my bow. I topped the bows with a Creative Expressions Medium Round Dazzler.
I assembled the card as shown adding some paper piercing with my Tim Holtz Design Ruler round the edges.
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