Welcome to day 5 of The Ton’s third release. Today, we are showing cards featuring Shoe Wardrobe 2nd Edition in Solid and Outline stamp sets. Be sure to comment on earlier posts to increase your chances of winning a stamp set: Day 1 Wild Peonies, Peony Garden, and Get it Girl; Day 2 Mini Wild Florals and I Got You; Day 3 Pyrotechnics, and Day 4 Heart Diamonds. You can start placing your preorders today, with estimated shipping date of June 15. I think these stamps are definitely worth the wait! ♥ Stop by other Design Team members Jessica and Mayline’s blogs for details on their cards.
I have three cards for you today, using both Shoe Wardobe stamp sets. The styles and angles of the shoes in these sets are different from the first edition and still pair really well with them. For my first card, I wanted to do something very basic. I love black and white combination paired with another bold color. It gives it such a nice contrast. The background is from a black and white patterned paper pad I have. The frame die is from Paper Smooches Fancy Frames Icons Dies. I die-cut the frames with both black and white cardstock so that the white part can be where I stamp the shoes and the black part becomes the frame. I also die-cut the frame using double-sided foam sheet for, guess what–dimension! 😉 I used the black inner piece, cut off the little scallop and stamped the sentiment on it with Versamark and heat embossed with white embossing powder. I added some matching enamel dots. I’m really glad that I have been practicing different styles and I love how this came out.
Here’s a closer look at the frame:
- The coral/gray pair: E02, R22, R24, C5, C7, N0, W1, W3, and W7.
- The teal/beige pair: BG13, BG18, E00, E33, and E37.
- The blue/black pair: B66, B69, C7, C9, and E00.
- Shadow for all three: BG10.
I stamped the large sentiment with VersaMark on a smoky black patterned paper and heat embossed it with white embossing powder. I die-cut A2 size purple cardstock and added it behind it. I arranged the box above the sentiment and taped it down with Scor-Tape.