Welcome to the Quietfire Design Spring Blog Hop!
Quietfire Design is celebrating the honor of being chosen as a Preferred Stamp Partner with Spellbinders™ Paper Arts!
Every day a different Quietfire Designer will post their creations combining Quietfire rubber stamps and Spellbinders products in a blog entry (days and links to each blog are below). Each day a lucky participant will win one of the Quietfire Rubber stamps used that day plus Suzanne's choice of Spellbinders™ die!
To enter, simply comment below by midnight EST and you will be eligible for a random draw.
The winner will be announced here tomorrow. If your name is announced, please claim your prize by emailing me within 48 hours or we will draw again!
Here is our list of blogs and their special Quietfire Blog Hop days.
My finished card is about 4 7/8" x 6 7/8". All the printed paper is from one sheet of Kanban English Riviera Green. If you haven't checked out all the new Kanban papers Suzanne is carrying, you need to!! Gorgeous papers - beautiful patterns and designs, lots of metallic and holographic highlights, and double sided. The paper for the folded card is from the Core'dinations Tim Holtz & Ranger Distress Collection.
Quietfire Design rubber stamps used are A smile that you send out and a flourish from the Flourishes 1 set (bottom left stamp shown in the set).
All layers including the folded card are inked on the edges with Distress Ink. Colors used are stormy sky, bundled sage, crushed olive, and brushed corduroy.
A smile that you send out was stamped with Archival Ink jet black. The flourish was stamped (upper left hand corner of bottom printed paper layer) with bundled sage.
The ribbon (13mm white silk) was colored using bundled sage and stormy sky - alternating colors along the length of the ribbon. Spray on a little water to help the colors blend and dry with the heat tool scrunching up the ribbon as it dries.
Embellishments are white pearls and the fleur de lis from the Tim Holtz Adornments set. Using my finger I rubbed on a little silver Krylon to the high spots of the fleur de lis.