And this last one is a simple note card done with Spellbinder's Rose Edgeability but the frame was cut, the cardstock was folded and the front was embossed with QuickKuts Diamonds and Dots Embossing Folder. There is a piece of repositional tape on the back of the rose to keep it closed ---
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Monday, March 28, 2011
Lattice, Lattice and More Lattice
Hello Everyone! Thanks for stopping by. Ever since I did the Easter card using the Martha Stewart Garden Trellis I have been intrigued with lattice work. This first card is a birthday card for my husband's daughter. The lattice frame was done with Cricut using Plantin Schoolbook and Design Studio. It appears that there is ink smudged on the layer under the frame but it is the paper. There is a very delicate design that does not show in the picture--- This next one is a Thank You card for the staff at Hillsville Retirement Center in Virgina where my father in law was a resident until a few weeks ago. He had taken a bad fall that put him in the hospital at which time he was unable to return to an assisted living environment. It was made with the Spellbinder's Rose Edgeability with strips of cardstock weaved in the frame---