Saturday, April 10, 2010

New Webster Pages Papers and Trim

I will be introducing new products from Webster Pages Sunday evening about 4:30, so I thought I would entice you a little by using some of the new things on this card.

The circle paper is from the new Garden Gala Vellum Pack.   A border was added using Martha Stewart's Garden Trellis Punch to make the Neenah Cardstock longer so it would fit. About 2 inches of  Webster new Turquoise Trim was added to cover up the split in the paper addition.

Using the Fair Isle Pendant Spellbinder die, a piece of the matching vellum was cut and placed on top of the circle paper using the Therm-O-Web Dimensionals.

Martha Stewarts new Butterfly punch was used on each corner, but I didn't like the plain cardstock showing through, so I added a strip of Webster's new Paper ribbon behind the butterfly. After doing so, I loved the look of butterflies flying in the sky. What do you think?

I colored the Dogwood Flower from the Plant a Little Love Stamp set by JustRite. It was cut and curled and then popped up with Therm-O-Web Dimensionals before placing it on top of the Vellum.

The final touch was to cut out a border from the same stamp set using two of the Spellbinder's Circles. The border was also popped up with the Dimensionals.
Double click on the image for a better view.
Please check back Sunday evening to see all the new exciting products from Webster's Pages.


Jane Wetzel said...

oh boy Joan...webster's pages?? I can see my list growing for Darlene...he he he....better give her a heads up! :) jane

Darlene said...

Oh my stars lady ... this is absolutely STUNNING!!! WOW, I definitely need extra time to "play" when I come to your house next month!! This is so amazing!! LOVE IT!!! (do you need my address for sending purposes?? tee hee!)

Christine said...

Joan this card is stunning as your cards always are!! I love webster pages I just found them and am in love. I'd love to order that paper ribbon and that velum pack!! I can't wait till Monday!!!

Thanks for sharing!!

Have a blessed weekend Joan!


Anonymous said...

Now that is beautiful.
I love the image with vellum under it. Stunning, my dear, absolutely stunning.