Monday, July 12, 2010

Tattered Paislee Love...

Hi everyone! I wanted to thank all of the wonderful crafters that stopped by the Tattered Angels booth last month at GASC in Chantilly, VA. I had a lot of fun at the demo table and all of you ladies were awesome! It was also very nice to meet some of the Tattered Angels team! So, now on to some projects. In June, we (the Tattered Angels DT) got to work with Pink Paislee products. It was a great month on the Tattered Angels blog, Pink Paislee and Tattered Angels are a perfect combo. First I have a card made using one of the Tattered Tags: Frames and Flourishes.

Products: Tag, Butterfly Chipboard: Tattered Angels; Small Black Tag, Siwrl Accents (foam), Patterned Paper, Twill; Brad, Glittered Chipboard: Pink Paislee; Rub-on and Patterned Paper (inside the butterfly frame): Basic Grey; Glimmer Mist (Lemon Zest, Turquoise Blue): Tattered Angels.

The little black tag layered with it is from the Pink Paislee Baybeery Cottage Collection. The foam swirls, glittered chipboard, brad and twill ribbon are also from Pink Paislee. The butterfly is from the Tattered Angels Framed Fonts Nature Collection. I sprayed the foam swirls (artisan elements) with Key Lime Pie GM. The butterfly, flower, and trim were all sprayed with Turquoise Blue GM. The trim and flower were made from the Pink Paislee Pleated Ribbon. I cut slits all along one side of the ribbon, I didn't cut through the stitching that runs down the middle of the ribbon. Then I rolled the ribbon into a flower (using the same technique you would use to make those rolled paper or ribbon flowers that are very popular right now).

While I was at GASC last weekend I picked up the Spellbinders dies I've been wanting (Labels One and Labels Eight). The next two cards use the Labels Eight dies. I love these dies and I think you all are going to be seeing a lot of them! :)

The card below uses patterned paper and die-cuts from the Pink Paislee Bayberry Cottage Collection and the Queen Bee Collection. The chipboard is all Tattered Angels.

Products: Patterned Paper, Diecut, Sticker: PInk Paislee; Chipboard (frames and bird): Tattered Angels; Pearls: Mark Richards; Glimmer Mist (Caribbean Blue, Electric Blue, Key Lime Pie, Meadow Green, Sunshine, Wheatfields, Black Cherry, Cranberry Zing): Tattered Angels.

The frame around the bird is from the Framed Fonts Postage Stamp Set (sprayed with Key Lime Pie, Meadow Green and Forest Green GM). The brackets around the die-cut are pieces cut from the frames that come in the Regal Framed Fonts Set (sprayed with Caribbean Blue and Electric Blue GM). The chipboard photo corner used as the roof is from the Regal Glimmer Chips Set (sprayed with the same colors as the postage frame). The bird is from the Va Va Victorian - Irresistable Chips Set (sprayed with Black Cherry and Cranberry Zing).

My last card uses patterned paper, die-cuts and large chipboard letters from the Pink Paislee 365 Degrees Collection. The foiled chipboard (wings, crown and stars) is from the Tattered Angels Rockin' Royalty - Foil Chips Set.

Products: Pattered Paper, Chipboard Letters, Blue Diecut: Pink Paislee; Chipboard (frame, crown, starts, wings): Tattered Angels; Gems: MAMBI; Glimmer Mist (Scarlet, Key Lime Pie, Golden Terracotta, Tiger Lily): Tattered Angels.

The wings were sprayed with Key Lime Pie GM. The crown and stars were sprayed with Golden Terracotta and Tiger Lily GM. The postage stamp frame was sprayed with Scarlet GM.

Here is a series of photos to help describe the process for making the flower used on the Hello Card shown in this post.

 Thanks for stopping by today!  Patty

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