Good morning. Welcome to day 2 with Valerie Stangle. Today Valerie has more great masculine projects to share.
The large label is die cut from dark sage and the flourished
label stamp is stamped in green ink onto the die cut shape. The edges are lightly inked with toffee ink
to age the panel a bit. The sentiment is
stamped in black ink onto the smaller of the oval die cuts and its edges
daubered with toffee ink before adhering to a navy die cut oval. The “happy” portion of the sentiment is
stamped onto a scrap of the patterned paper and carefully trimmed before
mounting to the sentiment panel with dimensional foam. Add 2 antique mini brads to each of the “ray”
portion of the sentiment.
Adhere the finished image panel to the patterned paper base
card with dimensional foam. A twill and
grosgrain ribbon treatment completes the card.
To complete a coordinated tag, die cut the tag shape out of
patterned paper using JustRite Vintage Labels Four.
Stamp the flourished frame in green ink onto the patterned paper and the
sentiment in black. Four antique mini brads embellish the flourish. Punch a hole at the top for an eyelet and
ribbon. Die cut a second tag shape from a solid cardstock (ivory used here) and
adhere to back of tag to hide the embellishment workings and provide an area to
write your to/from or message.
Ink: Versafine Onyx Black, Olympic Green, Memento Toffee
Paper: Sage, Navy, Vanilla
Patterned Paper: Love You Madly by Glitz
Other: Antique mini brads, Sage twill, Navy grosgrain, 1/8”
hole punch, Green eyelet, Linen thread, Dauber, Dimensional foam