Here is the last group of cards that I made for Ken's mom for her birthday. I think these may be my favorites. I used the medallion technique from Alli Miles' blog (links shared yesterday, too), but this time after embossing I used the classic scalloped circle nestabilities to cut the image, then added shapes punched from patterned paper scraps, and popped it all up on top of a strip of coordinating patterned paper. Fun, fun, fun cards.
I love these cards. They just seem so fresh and happy!
AND TELL: stamps are from Papertrey Ink (Everyday Button Bits); cardstock is from PTI (Stamper's Select White); printed paper is all scraps; ink is from Stampin' Up (Basic Gray, Green Galore); also used Spellbinders Classic Circles and Scalloped Circles, and a variety of circle and flower punches.
AND TELL: cardstock from Stampin' Up (Basic Black, Tempting Turquoise); patterned paper from Papertrey Ink (Bitty Dot Basics Raspberry Fizz); ribbon is also PTI (Fresh Snow grosgrain).
That's it for today. Thanks so much for stopping by and enjoy the rest of your Sunday!