Mel posted on the ABNH blog post. Yes, I pretty much CASEd hers. You see, I have a new ColorBox Q stack sitting on my desk and I couldn't put it away until I'd used it at least once. The Queue contains Canary, Marigold, Orange, Scarlet, Lime and Heliotrope. I also had that HA set in my "purchased but not yet used so you can't put it away" bag, and, well, I had to do it.
First, I stamped the outline triangle with ColorBox Frost White onto vellum, twice to make a pennant:
I then inked up the patterned triangle and stamped it on white card stock. Ink, stamp, clean, repeat. I used 5 colors - all but the green. Then, since I read the cube and realized this is pigment ink, I clear-embossed them, too. Then I cut them out and placed them into one of the vellum triangles. There is a method to my madness here. Please be patient with me.
You see, my personal challenge is adhering vellum. Vellum hates me. So if I put a solid paper over the vellum, I could then fold it over and use adhesive to keep it closed. See? Smart! So I strung all 5 of the pennants onto a piece of SU white twine, then I realized after several attempts that this would never fit on a card. I even tried a 5x7 card, and I
Here's the card again since I've been blathering:
My corner chomper does not like vellum, so the corners are a bit wonky. Shhh, don't tell anyone. Also, the vellum is stuck down to the blue layer with tape placed strategically behind each pennant and also the sentiment.
I even busted out my Liquid Pearls, declaring the Peacock was close enough to that Bermuda Bay layer to work. And I called it done.
Now if you'll excuse me, I'll go link this up to the ABNH blog, then get back to work using up my remaining scraps from the 6x6 paper pad extravaganza (here are Part 1 and Part 2, if you're interested). I shall finish today!
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