I couldn’t have been happier to see that Julie Ebersole- aka JulieHRR is our featured artist for today’s Featured Stamper Challenge on Splitcoastampers. I love Julie’s clean and simple style and yet it is not a style that I am very good with. No matter how hard I try I always seem to keep adding more paint, more embellishments and moving away from the clean style. I did try my best to keep it simple today in honor of “Her Royal Rubberness”. Here is a link to Julie’s card that inspired me.
I chose to work with two of Anna Wight’s sets together-Good Times and Sweet Expressions. I stamped the cupcakes on white cardstock and masked. I then stamped the cups and saucers to create a sweet invitation to get together. I water colored the images with reinkers and added a touch of white whipped cream with a white Sharpie marker. I used Nestabilities dies to cut the oval layers as well as the tiny square napkins. I used a large needle to paper pierce the eyelet trim.
I used the Stampin’ Up! scalloped border punch to create the border on the main card and punched holes in it with a hand 1/8” circle punch. I layered my designer paper over Tempting Turquoise and attached it to the card front. I used Regal Rose grosgrain to embellish the card by attaching around both the front and back of the card. I attached the oval image layer with mounting tape, attached the little darling napkins and finished off with the muli loop bow. see ribbon tying tutoral
I just loved the look of those tiny little eyelet trimmed napkins created with two different sized scalloped Nestabilities. I had to give you a closer look. I hope I came close to living up to Julie’s wonderful clean and simple style.
Stamps: Anna Wight's Good Times and Sweet Expressions
Paper: White, TemptingTurquoise, Retired SU
Ink: Stazon, Regal Rose, Close To Cocoa, Going Gray
Accessories: Grosgrain, Nestabilities, SU Scalloped Punch, 1/8" Hand Punch, Mounting Tape