Color Philosophy Inks

Prima has a brand new ink line called Color Philosophy. The colors are amazing and the selection of colors will keep you in crafting heaven.

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Frank Garcia's Memory Hardward

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Christine Adolph Stamps

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Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Vintage Greeting Card - Graphic 45

Hello everyone! 
I used the "A Ladies Diary" collection from Graphic 45 to create this elegant greeting card.  I love this collection and all of the feminine images and details. 

Here you can see the beautiful Zva Creative pearls and mini roses that I used to accent the cover.  You can also see the beautiful border strip by Scherenschnitte Designs.  I lightly inked the edge of the border with Tattered Rose Distress Ink which goes beautiful with the colors in the paper.

Zva Creative:  CR-02CA-117 - Symmetrical Flourishes; PEW-03CA-105 - Basic Lines Pearl - Soft Pink; FLBK-03CB-132 - Mini Rose - Cream
Graphic 45:  A Ladies Diary Collection - Patterned Papers, Sticker Sheet
Scherenschnitte Designs:  Border Strip
Ranger:  Distress Ink - Tattered Rose

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Jane Stirling said...

This is such an elegant card Robin, so beautiful. The G45 papers are too gorgeous. Totally love visiting your blog... Hugs x

WrinkleFreeDiva said...

Absolutely beautiful!

PM said...

Robin, I LOVE the card. I am going to try to copy it for an anniversary card using both Ladies Diary and the paper "the a something Gentleman" (can't remember the name, doh!!)