Monday, 28 June 2010

First DT Piece For The Stamp Attic

It's now time for my first DT piece for The Stamp Attic. The stamp set for my first DT is to use an Inkadinkado set Garden Flower which you can find here
My inspiration for this piece came from some papers (So Sophie) I purchased from The Stamp Attic.  I just love these colours together.  I have used DI ink mustard seed and Adirondack currant for stamping.
This set has very delicate flowers and would work beautifully in any collage composition.
For my first piece I thought I would have a go at a Tri-Shutter card. I have shown this image flat so that you can see the detail.  These are very simple to make.

Cut a 12 x 12 sheet in half.
Score along the long side at 2, 4, 8, and 10 inches.
Measure from the top and bottom edges 1.5" and cut from the first score mark to the last on both the top and bottom edges.
Simply fold to create your Tri-Shutter Card.

When the card is standing you can see the folds quite clearly.  To complete I have added ribbon, butterfly (Martha Stewart punch) and ribbon.  All these are available from The Stamp Attic.  Have a great day everyone, I'm off to watch some Wimbledon.  Tracy x x x


mustavcoffee said...

Beautiful colour combination, I love it.xx

Netty said...

I love the colour combination as well, great card. Annette x

Wendy said...

I am amazed Tracy, you email first thing to say the stamps are there and then less than 2 hours later you blog a well impressed with your organisation. The colour combinations you have chosen work so well and the card design is wonderful. I bet it looks even better in real life........thank youx

Anne said...

Wow- this is just gorgeous- love the colors and the combo of stamps you used! Thanks for stooping by my blog and leaving such a nice comment!

Juls said...

wow...everything about this is just amazing! I love all your stamping, the colours and the fab mix of images...a lot of work, but stunning results! Hugs Juls

Joanna K said...

Congrats Tracy on your first DT creation for the Stamp Attic ;) It's a magnificent piece, love it! xx

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Sarah Anderson said...

Joanna's spot on with that adjective, this piece truly is magnificent. So much texture, so many images, and they work together brilliantly! :)

Lynne Phelps said...

What a wonderful first contribution to your new design team! I love tri-shutter cards and yours is a wonderful example. The ink color combo is GREAT!