Hello friends! Today I am sharing "Small World" story part two. This is a continuation from my last post. Approximately 8 years ago, we were heading out to the lake for the first time that season. As we pulled up to our property we saw that someone had parked a boat and trailer on the edge of our lot. We were used to this since we were gone for the entire winter season so the neighbourhood would use our lot as extra parking. We didn't mind when we weren't around but don't want our property to be a parking lot while we are there. A man came running out from the house two doors down saying he was moving it right away. So as it turns out, my hubby knows this man from skiing in Kelowna. He had just retired and bought the house on the same street as us. His wife is the sister to the man at the end of the street. So the amazing nurse I was speaking about in the last post is her Mother too.
Of course I had to make them a card as well. I used the Wonderful World stamp set again.
I used the "Marker to Stamp" technique to stamp the Iris image on a piece of Basic White cardstock. I used my Highland Heather Marker to colour the flower portion and my Granny Apple Green Marker to colour the leaves and stems. These markers are from the Brights Stampin' Write Markers Collection. I matted this image with a piece of Highland Heather cardstock. I wrapped a piece of White Crinkled Seam Binding around this and tied it into a knot.
I stamped my sentiment from the Quiet Meadow Stamp set on another piece of Basic White cardstock using Basic Gray ink. I stamped in the lower right corner of the cardstock. I then embossed the entire piece of cardstock using the Timeworn Type 3D embossing folder. I attached my embossed piece directly to a Highland Heather card base.
I attached my matted flower image to the card front using dimensionals. That completes my card.
Thank you for stopping by today. I hope you enjoyed this card. I wanted it to be similar to the previous card but also a little different. I think they will like it.
Stay well and keep creating!
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