Countdown to World Card Making Day! -You're Amazing Birthday Card
Happy World Card Making Day! A Perfectly Preserved Birthday and a Masculine Card

Celebrating World Card Making Day- Apothecary Art Birthday Card

Stampin up apothecary art birthday card
Stampin' Up! Apothecary Art Birthday Card

Emboss resist is one of my favorite techniques and this Natural Composition Specialty Paper gets the look without the embossing.  Can you say "time saver"?  You know when you need a card in a hurry and you don't have time for fuss.  This is the paper to grab! It's beautiful plain or sponged with color as you see here. 

The main image is the from the Apothecary Art (wood, clear) set with a few Basic Pearls as an accent. Crumb Cake Seam Binding Ribbon adds the finishing touch.

Now for the card from the archives...

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Stampin' Up! Birthday Card -
World Card Making Day

I think a black and white color scheme on a card is so elegant!  This is  that discontinued DSP pack from the past that I absolutely loved, Night and Day.  I used that same designer paper in the "blast to the past card" in THIS POST.  I believe the floral image is from the retired, Fifth Avenue Floral set.  The Happy Birthday sentiment is from the current and popular, Teeny Tiny Wishes (wood), (clear).  The combination of patterns in the designer paper and the "night and day" contrast make this card one of my favorites.  I think I'll try this same sketch soon with some current products!

Be sure to check out Ink and Inspirations with Lisa Brown on Facebook for more card samples from the past in honor of World Card Making Day 2012!

SPECIAL! October 1-31,2012: Get a FREE Festive Paper-Piercing Pack when you purchase the Ornament Keepsakes Set and Candlelight Christmas Specialty Designer Series Paper. Click Here for Details.

Have a great Friday!


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