Friday, June 11, 2010

Final Day of Borderabilities and a video

Just Thinking of You

just thinking of you CU

S4-239 Classic Scalloped Border Petite

For this card, I used the two-cut die from the set. I cut three pieces of crepe ribbon from Tattered Angels. Because the die cut has holes in it, I though it would be fun to string twine to it, to create a unique pleated border.

Supplies: Patterned paper-October Afternoon (Thrift Shop), Stamps-Mint Motif (Very Square Sentiments), Twine-May Arts, Spellbinders-Labels Eleven, Flying Beauties, Classic Scalloped Border Petite, Ink-Palette (Noir), Crepe Ribbon-Tattered Angels (Rockin Renassiance)

Direct link to today’s video: Borderabilities Part Two

no one like you

no one like you CU

S4-241 Jumbo Scalloped Border Petite

And one last project. The Jumbo Scalloped border, cut from fabric paper, was a great place to put a strip of stamped cardstock. Easy! :)

Supplies: Spellbinders-Jumbo Scalloped Border Petite, Hearts, Stamps-Mint Motif (Very Square), Ink-Palette (Paris Lights), Patterned & Fabric paper (American Crafts-Dear Lizzy), Stamps, Cardstock, Ink-Papertrey Ink, Pearls-Hero Arts

That wraps up Borderabilities week! Hope it was fun! Have a wonderful weekend! thanks for stopping by!


ShilaLong嘉雯 said...


Gabriela said...

Holy Smokes, Kim - this is just marvelous! What an excellent tutorial video. I never knew that magnetic sheets existed. What a wonderful problem solver. Would you be willing to let me know where I can purchase a magnetic sheet like yours to run through my Spellbinder's Wizard, please?

I'm at gabriela dot divine at verizon dot net. Thank you!

BonnieRose said...

amazing creations! Love them both.. wow! Love that newsprint pleat.. wow!

i {heart} papers said...

Oh gosh...that heart card is absolutely adorable!

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