Guest Designer – Janis Woolbright

013AJanis Woolbright (from Her Peaceful Garden) is our guest designer again today. She created a lovely French – Shabby Chic card for us today.

Here’s  how she put this beautiful card together:

1.  Cut a panel from pink Core’dinations Pastel cardstock and distress the panel using the Sand-it Tool.  Ink the edges with Distress Ink in Victorian Velvet.  Cut a smaller panel of grey polka-dot paper from Glitz – Love You Madly and distress the edges of this piece too.

2.  Cut lace panel and adhere it over the grey panel.

3.  Stamp JustRite image onto cream paper with gray ink from Tsukineko  and die cut with the Sizzix Fancy Label Die.  Ink edges the with Distress Ink in Victorian Velvet.  Stamp over image with texture stamp from same set using Distress Ink in Spun Sugar.

4.  Die cut Memory Box Gwyneth Flourish from DCWV Mercury Glass Stack in Metallic Silver.

5.  Die cut MFT Eiffel Tower in ream cardstock and in gray from Core’dinations Neutrals pad.  Glue together slightly offset for dimension.

6.  Glue all the panels together and attach the Flourish die cuts.  Tie some pretty pastel crinkle seam binding ribbon on left edge.

7.  Attach centers to the flowers.  Glue the pink flowers (Prima) to the right corner of the card.

8.  Use Scotch Foam Mounting Tape to attach Eiffel Tower over the top of the pink flowers and add an pretty ivory flower overlapping the Eiffel Tower.

Thanks for sharing your talent with us this month, Janis! You created some lovely cards to showcase products from Cropstop!

Now it’s your turn, stop by the CURRENT CHALLENGE  and link up your completed projects that use products from companies Cropstop carries in the store. Hope to see you there…




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One Response to Guest Designer – Janis Woolbright

  1. Becca Yahrling says:

    Oh Janis, this is just beautiful! I love, love, love the shabby chic look.
    I’ve had my eye on that Eiffel Tower …
    Happy Easter to you, my crafty friend!

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