Saturday, June 16, 2012

Making a 3-D "postcard"

I love vintage postcards!  There is something so delish about them and how rich and full of details they are.  Today's project is about recreating the look and feel of a vintage postcard but letting a few of the elements truly "pop" from the page...join me, won't you?

I started with Nestaboard Lattice Rectangles and painted it with white acrylic paint from EcoGreen and swiped on Clearsnap Colorbox ink in yellow ochre.  I also used a Bird on Branch die cut as a mask on vintage bookprint.  I sprayed different mists over the die cut including Caramel Latte Smooch Spritz from Clearsnap.  This mist was also used on the dimensional flower I made using the Dahlia die from Spellbinders and embellished with a button and 72 Count - White Pearls - Self Adhesive in the center.


The Chipboard Sentiments- Words of Love provided me with the perfect scripted word "joy".  This chipboard is easily embellished using Colorbox Chalk ink, white acrylic paint and Baby Bling Pearls White - 100 Count - 2.5mm.


This "postcard" is edged in Nestabling Lattice Rectangle Black & Silver Rhinestones that has been sprinkled with Sugar Shimmer from Donna Salazar.  The bird and branch has been embellished with a crown from the Designer Embellies - Mixed Media Elements (2 - Pack) and Clearsnap Smooch ink in lettuce on the leaves area of the mask.

The back of my "postcard" has been adorned with a simple graph designer paper and a postage inspired stamp.  Thanks so much for stopping by!  Come back tomorrow for a tutorial on how to artfully package a card like this...hope to see you then...

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Cross Promotional Products:
EcoGreen Crafts Acrylic Paint Tubes in white
Clearsnap Smooch Spritz in caramel latte
Clearsnap Smooch Inks in lettuce and taffy
ColorBox Fluid Chalk Ink from Clearsnap in yellow ochre and rouge
Sugar Shimmer glitter from Clearsnap

Other:
Buttons from Buttons Galore and More
Papers: October Afternoon, SEI, vintage book print and Papertrey
Stamps: Papertrey ink
Ink: Stampin Up
Ribbon

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