Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Guest Designer: Rosemary Dennis

Hello friends!  Rosemary here today guest designing here on the AJVD blog!!   I have a card to share that I made using the newly released AJVD set Simply Said:  Anchor.  I just love the new Simply Said line from AJVD!
 
 
I went with a very masculine look for my card design.  I started by cutting a piece of patterned paper to the size I wanted (4 x 5 inches) and then stamped the large image from the set in black ink.  I stamped the sentiment a second time on additional patterned paper, trimmed out the anchor and popped it up on the main panel.  Some distressing and a piece of heavy hemp twine finished things off.
 
 
I finished off the interior with an additional strip of paper and one of the companion sentiments from the set.  
 
 
 
Other Supplies:
Cardstock:  Fog Grey
Patterned Paper:  Studio Calico Thataway
Foam Adhesive
Hemp Twine
Memento Tuxedo Black ink

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10 comments:

Lisa Lara said...

Oh I love the torn edges and thick twine, adds the perfect touches on your masculine card Rosi. So happy you are joining us this month.

Shelly said...

SO CUTE!

Lisa said...

Love it Rosemary, what a great image! The weathered blue anchor and tattered edges are perfect!

Anita in France said...

So cool, Rosemary ... the heavy hemp twine and distressed edges are so perfect for a masculing card! Anita :)

Greta said...

Wow--what a fabulous card, Rosemary! The thick hemp is such a wonderful element! Congrats on being the GD!

Nancy said...

Congratulations on being Guest Designer, Rosemary! Your CAS design is perfect, as usual!

Judy1223 said...

Well done, Rosemary! I love this masculine card and the embellishments (rope) are perfect!

Celeste Goff said...

How beautiful!

Barb Ghig said...

Congrats on your Guest Designer spot! Awesome card, Rosemary! I love how you paired the distressed look with the hemp cord! Love how you stamped the sentiment with the anchor, too!

Deepti said...

This is stunning :) fabulous anchor !