For today's card it features a The Greeting Farm image. Flapper Anya. This was a limited edition stamp released about two years ago. Love her. One of my favorite movies is Chicago and when I saw this stamp I knew I had to have it. Then mention limited edition and I can't resist. I created this card for the current TGF challenge over at Splitcoastamers, Customer challenge: Movie Night. We are to use TGF stamps and re create our favorite movie. A no brainer for me. I knew exactly what I was going to do when I saw the challenge.
To create this card I first cut a standard size card out of Chocolate Linen Texture Cardstock by The Paper Company. Embossed it using Tim Holtz Sizzix Texture Fade Woodgrain. Distressed the edges using Walnut Stain ink. Stamped the image on Recollections Cream cardstock with Tuxedo Black Memento ink and colored it with Copics. This cardstock is not recommended for coloring with your Copics but I wanted the image to look vintage, stark white would be too bright and I didn't have any Copic quality cream paper on hand so I made do. It sucked up the ink like crazy. To make the hardwood floors I simply made lines going horizontally then vertically to resemble wood floors. Added some sequin trim, a feather, and some pearls around her neck to finish the image. Cut a layer just slight smaller than my card base with the same cream paper, stamped Stampendous! Music Score wood stamp with Fired Brick Distress ink, cut the oval out using Fiskars Shape Templates Ovals and Ultra Shape Express. Then used Heidi Swap's Edge Distresser around the outside of the layer and in the oval cut out. Distressed using Vintage Photo and Walnut Stain Distress inks. Curled two of my edges in and added the image behind. The title was cut using my Silhouette with LD Candid Font out of some scrap red and black cardstock and added Christmas Red Stickles for some sparkle. To finish off the card I added some Recollection's mini roses, a feather and some more of the sequin trim.
E0000, E000, E00, E25, E27, E29
R20, R24, R27, R29
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