Image © Stampin’ Up! 1990-2008
This is one of 30 cards I made for my neighbour last night. She has just been organising the most amazing entertainment extravaganza. It was a charity event to raise money for African Aids. (Click on the link in the blogroll to find out more). I bought 5 tickets, but was unable to attend and I thought that the least I could do was help her thank those who perfomed or donated on the night.
30 cards in one night……means……they had to be quick. Stampin’ around wheels are the equivalent of fast……rough texture was used to make the background, with a certainly celery ink cartridge and CS. The main image is on vintage vioelt and stem silhouettes stamped in the same ink as well as whisper white. That grogeous ribbon is the wide celery grosgrain. It really is the best ribbon to work with. Whisper white cardstock and some paper piercing were used to finish it off (although that is hard to see in the photo). Very effective…..lets hope the rain we get doesn’t ruin the cards in the post LOL!!!