Thursday, February 23, 2012

Wilson Designs Release Week Day 3!

Hi there!  Day 3 of release week with Wilson Designs!  Today I am highlighting the background building possibilities using two of the image stamps in the upcoming release.

The yellow lacy background was built using a large doily image and a small doily/flower image.  I love the way these stamps line up to make an elegant backdrop for my wedding card.  Simple pleated ribbon, bling and embossed scalloped heart delivers the rest of the message to the happy couple.

I hope you keep on hopping along and leaving comments for all of the designers each day to up your chances of winning this cute set that releases on friday.
and don't forget me ;)
Thanks so much for coming by!  Tommorrow is the big day!  This set will be released for ordering PLUS we will be sharing the images from the entire set!  Woohoo!  You are gonna love it!

Stamps: Wilson Designs
Bling: Want2Scrap
Paper: Papertrey Ink
Die: Spellbinders
Embosser: Cuttlebug
Craft Supply: Ribbon



~amy~ said...

such a pretty color combo!

Lisa Petrella said...

Gorgeous handstamped background! And I LOVE how the blue accents really POP against the yellow!

~Tammy~ said...

You totally rocked the background with those beautiful images! A-Mazing! Wow Wow Wow!

{Chrissie} said...

That heart is just stunning! What a goregous card!

sharon g said...

I like how you used the lace as a background. Clear stamps are so perfect for this sort of thing. You could NEVER do that with rubber stamps.

Amber S said...

Your stamped background is divine!!!

Emily Keaton said...

These colors are gorgeous!!! Love your lacy design. :)

Crafty Math Chick said...

Love the background you created - looks just like elegant patterned paper!

Indy said...

Love that elegant background! What a beautiful card!

Sabrina said...

Beautiful card!! Loving the splash of blue!! :D

pattyo said...

Beautiful card! Love the doily stamp.

Auntie Em said...

I love the pretty lace pattern for the background with the dainty blinged out heart. Sweet idea! :)