And my take on it – very offbeat and I just have a hard time following all the rules now, don’t I? May I take artistic licence with this one?
I saw this beautiful border in the Silhouette bin and had to have. My sister Nina gave me some of the gorgeouls suede paper in deep red so I set it to a cool blue background which makes is pop pretty good. I have to admit at one point this card was ‘un-showable’ but I did some serious scrunging to the edges with ink, added the sentiment and gems and its just crazy enough for some dear little old lady to fall in love with it. I can hear it now “Oh DARLIN’ – I used to have a paisley shirt just like it!” I’m not poking fun at every little old lady but hay. Me and my sister Nina have talked about all the liberties we will be able to get away with when we get to be seniors. Got to be some big rewards we figure.
This next card is one I’m glad I made. I’m not talking just because it turned out so nice and I actually like it. I’m saying this because it caused me to use my own cutting files I’d given out yesterday and oh boy, the .studio files I had were just terrible! Haha, so I cut out my acorn and oak leaf and resaved the files and then quickly re packaged, re zipped and re uploaded. See, you did not even notice.
I am sorry I cannot tell you the manufacture of the designer paper. The acorn and leaf are all mine, of course. The sentiment a Fiskars.
I used my Glossy Accents on the nut and it’s shell – and textured them a bit with a seam ripper (which I use for EVERYTHING) while the gloss was still wet.
Honestly, I’d ♥ to see how you use my cutting files/elements. If you send me a jpg I’d post you up here and puff up with pride!