Saturday, April 8, 2017

Cameo Engagement card

Hello!  It is bright, sunny and windy here today.  It is a nice change from the drab weather during the week.  I have had this stamp set on my desk for the past couple weeks after using it for a very different card (these posh bunnies).  I had wanted to make a more modern card with it.

I plan to use this for an engagement card, however, I think it could easily be used for a basic greeting card.  I did need to do some simple masking for the cameos as the images are all separate.

I added gold gel pen and then layered glitter gel pen over top of this.  This was a hard card to photograph since it looks different in different lights.

The frame is navy blue cardstock that is embossed, then I rubbed gold ink all over it.  I really think it looks like a fancy frame.  

Supplies: Recollections Cameo Frames stamp set, Versafine Majestic blue ink, Gina K In the Navy cardstock, Brilliance Galaxy Gold inkpad, Elizabeth Crafts embossing folder

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Thanks so much for stopping by today!!


  1. You put those cameos to good use, and I just LOVE the background! It looks like real metal!

  2. Great use of the sketch Heidi...fab changing up the shapes.

  3. Very classy looking and a great take on the sketch Heidi! Have a lovely Sunday! Luv n’ Hugs. Hazel xx
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  4. What a fab card. I love the gold with the blue and the Cameo's.

  5. Very pretty. The cameos are lovely for the sketch. So glad you joined us this week at FMS!

  6. that is too cool, great idea for an engagement, you came up with a great card using that sketch!
    Really windy here too tonight, our grill cover has come off a couple of times

  7. What a clever use of the sketch! I love the cameos. Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches this week!

  8. I love the navy cameos. The gold really adds a touch of class.


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