Monday, October 21, 2013

Wine improves with age....

Hello! I'd like to share a card I made for the current Catch the Bug Bingo Challenge. I went with the left column: 2 designer papers, bling, and a punch.

Here is the inside:

...and the bingo card challenge:

Ok, so I was on my second glass of wine while making this, I was jamming to an awesome music mix, and only then realized I used a die cut instead of a punch on the front of the card. No problem. I redeemed myself by using a punch on the inside (the center square was punched. Obviously. It looks like crap! LOL!) Anyway, that's my story and I'm sticking with it!

Thanks for stopping by and have a great evening!

Stamps: Bugaboo - Stella Wine, Stella One More Candle
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black; Clear Snap - Charcoal
DP: Teresa Collins - Fabrications
Card stock: Recollections (kraft); Copic X-Press It; DCWV (shimmery red)
Accessories: Grand Calibur; Spellbinders - Edgebilities Mix & Match Classic Edges; Spectrum Noir markers; Recollections 0 Rhinestones; EK Success - Deco Scallop Edger; Sakura - White Gelly Roll pen
Adhesives: SA by 3L - EZ Runner, foam squares


mulberry station said...

What Stella is at it again. She is such a hoot. Love your fun card. Thanks for joining us at Catch The Bug.
Nancy CTB-DT

Lindsey said...

The card -- and your die/punch story -- is hilarious! Good for you for being honest about the oops. ;) And the inside looks just fine after a glass of wine...

Barbara Godden said...

I love Stella, Your card is great, and the inside is perfect.

Jessi Fogan said...

I am just sitting here giggling like a! See, I told you, more than one drink and paper crafts don't work out so well ;) Nice save!
And once again, Stella reads my mind :) Love the fun scalloped layers on the front!

Audrey Pettit said...

Haha, you are too funny, Chris! Love your story and love your image and puny sentiment! Such a pretty design, too. Love the fancy edge, be it die cut or punch, and love how you used the bling. So pretty!

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