Thursday, March 29, 2012

JINGER ADAMS DESIGN TEAM CALL - A THANK YOU CARD WITH SOME SPARKLE


Hi Everyone!

Jinger Adams is having a design team call for a her new line of Scrapbooking/Card Products. I am excited to see what Jinger comes out with and I want to be a part of the excitement! So I am trying out.

If you would like to try out for the the team also you can find all the information HERE. The deadline to enter is March 31st, so you need to hurry! I was busy finishing up some submissions for Cricut Magazine so I could not complete this till now.




The card I am posting today was fun to make. I broke out the glitter again. I had so much fun using glitter for the card I made for the Typecast Creative Challenge that I decided to use some again. My inspiration for this project started with a new package of Inkadinkado Thank You Stamps and a new roll of sparkly ribbon. I had to find a way to use them. I decided The black and white papers from the Black and White Cricut Imagine cartridge by Teresa Collins was a good choice.



The card is an A7 size card. I matted the card with white cardstock that I inked it with a turquoise blue ink pad and glued an edge of iridescent glitter all around. I then matted the card with a piece of black cardstock and attached a shape that comes on your Imagine and filled it with a print from the Black and White cartridge. I then stitched the two pieces of paper . Then I cut a piece of pink paper that was printed on the Imagine with the Black and White cartridge and matted it with a black piece of paper and stitched them together.



The flowers were all made from the Flower Shoppe cartridge and filled with colors from my Imagine. I inked the edges of the flowers with black ink before I rolled them. Then I attached some rhinestone and pearls to the center of the flowers.


The scallop is created with the both Elegant Edges and Lovely Floral Cricut Cartridges.
The Thank You stamp just fitted perfectly in the center. I added some Broken China Ranger stickles to the scallop to make it shine. On the scallop shape on the back I edged with more iridescent glitter. I made a bow from a few pieces of Trendy Twine and Twinery Twine.

Cartridge Cuts:

Card size is A7 (5x7), cut from pink cardstock.

All the prints were from the Black and White - Teresa Collins Cricut Imagine cartridge

Elegant Edges
3" scallop1 on pg. 23
Lovely Floral
2.5" Doily2 and Doily2 shift (4th cut in pamphlet)
Flower Shoppe
3" exoctic 1 of star print
2.5" exoctic 1 light pink
2" exoctic 1 darker print

1" mum2 white cardstock inked with turquoise blue
2" fun5 9leaf) leaves inked with
turquoise blue
Mat sizes:
(listed order of what you place on the card first)

White cardstock - 4 .75" x
6 .5 "
black cardstock - 4.25" x 6 "
Imagine preloaded shape @ 4" filled with print
black cardstock - 3.25" x 3.25"
pink cardstock printed on Imagine
- 3" x 3"

Good Luck everyone!

7 comments:

  1. Thank you for your submission to Jinger Adams Design Team Call...
    The Scrapbooking Queen
    Social Media & Design Team Lead
    www.thescrapbookingqueen.com

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  2. Amy this is a beautiful card! I love your talent with color and design. I hope you make Jinger's design team!

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  3. Your project is so pretty… *Ü*
    Wishing you a beautifully blessed weekend,
    **Lots of BIG Hugs**
    Deborah

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  4. Your project is very pretty. Good luck! Have you picked a winner for My Memories Suite yet?

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    1. No, but I will tonight and announce the winner tomorrow.
      Thanks for asking Stephanie. Two weeks went faster than I thought. lol

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  5. very pretty. love all the details. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  6. This is gorgeous! Full of beautiful eye candy!

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