"We do not remember days, we remember moments." Cesare Pavese

Thursday, November 21, 2019

smallest things..

Hello everyone!  I'm popping in to share a card that I made with two newly released die sets from Spellbinders.   The sets I used are the Die D-Lites Tallulah and Kaleidoscope Triangle dies.  I went with a white, pink and light gray color scheme for my card.  I Kaleidoscope Triangle dies set consists of three dies.  I die cut the bottom and top triangle from MFT white cardstock and the middle triangle from rose gold mirror cardstock from Tonic Studios.  Once I had all the triangles die cut and adhered together I adhered them in a row on a piece of light gray cardstock that I trimmed down to fit the front of a white cardstock base.  I then die cut Tallulah from the same MFT white and rose gold cardstocks.  I applied washi tape to the back of Tallulah so I could inlay all the pieces back into her face.  Tallulah comes with a set of flowers and leaves so I die cut those from MFT white and rose gold cardstock and adhered them together.  Tallulah was adhered to the triangle border and then I added the flowers to form her hair.  Three rose gold sequins were added to the top flowers.  The sentiment is from the stamp set found in the Spellbinders May 2019 card kit of the month called Stay Wild and the stamp set carries the same name.  I stamped it in VersaFine CLAIR Nocturne on MFT white cardstock, trimmed it down and then adhered it to the triangle border.  Lots of die cutting on this one, but it was so fun to put together!  I used Nuvo Deluxe adhesive to adhere everything together.   I used my Gemini Jr and Big Shot Plus die cutters for all the die cutting.  Compensated affiliate links used where possible at no cost to you.   Decided to add this to the current Word Art Wednesday challenge.

Thanks for stopping by.  Don't forget that Spellbinders is having a pre-holiday sale right now that runs through December 3rd.  You can check out all the great deal right here!


Greta said...

Unique, beautiful & elegant, Rosemary! Really love the triangle dies!

Viv said...

This is stunning Rosie, looks like a lot of work but oh so worth it ;)hugs Viv xx

Lisa Elton said...

This is so wonderfully feminine Rosemary! Very pretty!

TK said...

This is beautiful, Rosemary! Love the rose gold mirror, I've not seen it before, and the girl and triangles are gorgeous

Anita in France said...

So pretty and feminine, Rosemary ... the soft colours and layering are wonderful! Hugs, Anita :)

Karen Letchworth said...

The white on white is stunning. I thank you so much for sharing in our challenge, and hope you will join us again soon.
Karen Letchworth
Word Art Wednesday