Friday, January 14, 2011

More Rich Razzelberry and Springtime Vintage!

Yet more fun with the fabulous Rich Razzleberry!  I swear, this is the most underrated Stampin' Up! color, but so rich and gorgeous -- I love the saturation.  

This card started out in my mind being pale and ethereal with Blushing Bride.  However, as color schemes frequently go with me, it ended up going down a whole different, darker road!

The elements are pretty self-explanatory, but I'll describe the central floating image.  I stamped the round garland from Vintage Labels on Blushing Bride cardstock with Rich Razzleberry ink.  Then I restamped the image with Versamark and clear embossed it.  I think that the clear embossing really brings out the color.  

I punched the garland out with the Scallop circle punch, then punched twice more out of Rich Razzleberry to layer it.  For the center of the round garland, I punched out a circle from the same dsp design as the rectangular layer beneath.  I sponged the edges, then adhered the circle to the center of the garland.  The leaves were made by punching the Bitty heart punch in Always Artichoke twice.  I adhered them to the bottom of the rose colored Adornment, then to the center of the garland with mini-glue dots.

Stamps:  Vintage Labels

Paper:  Always Artichoke, Rich Razzleberry, Blushing Bride, Springtime Vintage dsp

Ink:  Rich Razzleberry, Versamark

Accessories:  Big Shot, Framed Tulips Textured Impressions folder, Metallic brads, Adornments, Scallop Circle punch, Ticket-Corner punch, Bitty Heart punch, clear ep, Always Artichoke seam binding, Rich Razzleberry 1/8" taffeta ribbon, sponges, mini-glue dots, Dimensionals

1 comment:

Donna Heber said...


This is so gorgeous! I too love the Rich Razzleberry paper. Your card is just beautiful and elegant.