Friday, September 18, 2015

Avery Elle–Beautiful Bow!

 

Happy Friday, sweet peeps!!

 

This is going to be a bit of a drive by posting, as I’m babysitting my granddaughter!!  Gramma’s having a hard time keeping up!  LOL  But I really wanted to pop in and share another project that I created for the recent Fall 2015 Avery Elle Release!

 

9-18-15-Beautiful-Bow

 

This project features the new stamp set called Beautiful Bow.  I should also mention that I had a heck of a time photographing this project!!  Between the silver embossing and the sapphire image panel, my camera was not liking the combo.  But my eye sure does!!!  I love that silver embossed bow and tag against that classic blue background.  This would make a beautiful wedding card!  I used the Double Pierced Rectangle Elle-Ments to add that delicious pierced detail around the outside edge of the image panel.  I’ve listed all of the products I used below.  Oh and I hope you’ll drop by the Avery Elle Design Blog to see more amazing inspiration using the new release!!  You won’t be disappointed!

 

Thanks so much for stopping by today, friends.  I’ve got a super busy weekend planned – and a date on Sunday with the boys and the Wild Kratts Live!!  If you have little ones, you might be familiar with the Wild Kratts show.  My grandsons love them, so seeing them live should be a hoot!  I hope you have a great weekend, too!!

4 comments:

Alanna said...

This is so beautiful.

Shannon McComb said...

This is so very pretty!! I love the silver with the Navy blue! This ribbon set is brilliant! :)

~amy~ said...

That Beautiful Bow set is on my wish list...love your pretty postal-friendly card!

Geri said...

Gorgeous! Simple, elegant - fabulous colors! Sounds like you are a busy Grandma! But hey...it's a fun kind of busy!

I read a tip somewhere (???) about photographing shiny paper or elements - hold a sheet of the same paper in front of the card (obviously out of the way of the camera) and the shine will reflect back into the paper, capturing the actual color of the 'shiney images'. I've tried it and it works.