Wednesday, 16 February 2011

AnnaBelle Stamps - Background By Design No.3




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Today we're showcasing Background By Design No.3

These fabulous background stamps are such a wonderful addition to any collection.
I love being able to create my own background designs.
Let me show you how I used my set:


I've made a gift box for some Easter Eggs and decorated it using the spot lattice stamp and one of the small accent stamps.
I've also made a twisted easel card using the herringbone stamp as well as the small tulip from Easter Hope.


The box was cut using the PI and I've used SU Pear Pizzazz and VersaColor Lime to stamp the lattice design  with scattered accents. A thin strip of acetate was adhered to the inside of the cut away section.
The Sentiment circle is from Sentimental Bluebells with the sentiment from Diva!
Some AnnaBelle Apple Green satin ribbon and a couple of Artichoke Sprinkles complete the box.


To go with the gift box is a Twisted Easel Card which measures 4 inches square.
I've stamped the small tulip from Easter Hope onto some Ivory card and adhered it to a scrap of Basic Grey's Kioshi paper which I cut with pinking sheers.
More of the same DP is used to cover  the front and base of this little card.
I've added embossing, punching and the gorgeous herringbone stamp stamped in Pear Pizzazz with AnnaBelle's green/white ribbon wrapped around and finished off with a button and cord detail.
The sentiment is added to this detail.  Three Pumpkin Sprinkles added, complete this little card. 

Ready to go check in with  Kylie  I'm sure she has some inspiring projects for you.

Don't forget to leave a comment on each of the stops along the Hop for your chance to win today's set.....You have just 24 hours.

Thanks for calling by today, I'll be back tomorrow with a card for the Designing  D.I.V.A.S.  Oldie But Goodie Blog Hop.............hope you'll call back for that!

14 comments:

Lisa Lara said...

I've never seen a twisted easel card. Oh Sue that is wonderful. I love the box. What a great idea. I love the little green stamped design on it too. You rock.

Ida said...

Wonderful card and project. Love that little goodie box you created and the fun fold on your card.

Linda L said...

Love these!The herringbone accent strip is gorgeous.

Sue Kohler said...

Absolutely stunning Sue, the box is gorgeous, I love how you have combine the background with the little flower- very creative. I love the twisted easel card, perfect colours! :)

redwasher1 said...

WOW!! This is over the top gorgeous!!!

Susan Hogan said...

Poor you - hope you are feeling better already! Take care - great cards for the hop,and I love the twist on the easel card.

Lyn S said...

Wow, great projects Sue! I love your gift box and the Twisted Easel card is so beautiful!

Andrea said...

Sue you are so clever! These are both gorgeous!
Andrea
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Kylie said...

AWESOME twisted easel card, Sue! I have never seen one before, looks amazing and I simply love what you have done!
LOVE, love, love your treat box and the acetate window, those eggs look so good lol!
Loving your colour choices too!

Feel better soon, Sue!
Take care, Hugs,
Kylie X

nicoleqmullen said...

Wow, amazing work and love how the background stamp looks on it!

The Other Patti Sue said...

Wowzers Sue. I've never seen a twisted easel card... this is amazing! You've show cased the new set beautifully!

Jose said...

Love the way you have used this set of stamps, and a twisted easel card, never seen one of those before, it great
Jose

Heartwarmers from Vicki said...

Would love to make a twisted easel card. Yours is very pretty! Do you have the directions available?

Jerusha said...

What a neat card! I have never seen anything like that before. And your box of treats looks great. I always find some inspiration at your blog. Love it!!