Do you all remember the beautiful early American type china that looked like this?
My grandmother used to have dishes that remind me of this.
This Sale-a-Bration set is only available through tomorrow, March 31st with the $50 subtotal order.
Here is an upclose view so that you can see the scoring that creates the faux tile. You can see it a lot better in person, for sure.
- There is a layer of Pacific Point that is 4"x 5 1/4". You may be wondering why I added an additional blue layer. To me, it doesn't look right with another color in there, and it needs something to break up the large of a border around the white.
- The white c/s is 4 7/8"x 3 5/8".
- Use the larger tip of the stylus that goes with the Diagonal Scoring Plate and score as deeply as you dare to. The deeper the score, the greater possibility that when you stamp, the ink will stay out of the creases and create the faux tile look.
- Score diagonally at 1" intervals in both directions.
- Stamp the Fresh Vintage flower in Pacific Point to fill up the card.
- Add the Label Framelit pieces.
- I like the idea of an initial over an stamped image because you can still see more of the background. Let me know if you have another idea of something we could put in the center other than the initial.
- I used the #115951 Timesless Type Alphabet pg 224 for the initial.
Please e-mail me your thoughts if you have some imput about this card.
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