Friday, April 29, 2011

Prayer is a Shield - 2

The card base is a light blue parchment card stock.
The edges have been sponged with dark brown ink.

The scrapbook paper is from g.e.d, the
Ella Blue stack.
Dark brown card stock, a Karen Foster Designs
brown vellum and silver Lumiere painted
white card stock complete the list of paper used.

A Spellbinders Borderibilities die cut was
used on the lower half of the horizontal
bottom layer. The upper half
of this concoction is a carefully cut
piece from a striped page of the
scrapbook paper stack.

The computer generated phrase was
cut with a Spellbinder Label die, then
layered over another Label die cut.
Lowest layer is dark brown card stock
that has been trimmed to a narrow border
using Perfect Layers rulers.
The corner were then rounded.

Those lovely leaves are Karen Foster brown vellum.
I regret to inform you that this vellum has been
discontinued. It was some of the very first
that the company came out with.
I used VersaMark ink and brown embossing
powder, then carefully cut them out.

The flowers are made from double layers
of silver Lumiere painted white card stock,
that have been punched with a
Punch Bunch punch.
If you are looking for flower punches
I would highly recommend Punch Bunch.
They have multiple designs in many sizes.

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