Showing posts with label DCWV Timeless Type. Show all posts
Showing posts with label DCWV Timeless Type. Show all posts

Monday, February 23, 2015

Choose Joy Retirement Card

DCWV Timeless Type Card 

Sharing an easy card using an image from a sheet of scrapbooking papera as the focal. For this card I used two sheets of paper from the Timeless Type stack by DCWV along with one specialty glitter paper ( also by DCWV). Card is 5x7 . The background is the glitter paper and a strip of printed text town at the top and bottom.

DCWV Timelesss Type Closeup

The bike image was in the corner of the paper so I trimmed around it to size and matted with the glitter paper and black paper and added a strip of coordinating washi tape to the corner. It already looked like it had been stamped onto a watermarked background so I just added some rhinestones to the wheels to dress it up. I stamped the sentiment which I thought perfect for a retirement card ( $2 two pack set from Michaels) onto glossy white paper with black Staz-On, matted and mounted to the card as shown.

To finish, I added a mirrored banner from this pack by DCWV:

DCWV Banner Mirrors

Quick and easy card that looks like it took more work than it did!

DCWV Timeless Type Card

Monday, February 16, 2015

Timeless Type Thank You Cards

DCWV Thank You Cards

College Boy recently requested some Thank You cards for Professors who’d written recommendation letters for him. I decided to make them similar but not matching,  and papers from DCWV's Timeless Types stack worked perfectly with a Premium Pack of specialty papers and papers from the Textured Cardstock Stack.  The papers were so detailed that for the focal I decided on a clean graphic image stamped in black ink on white gloss paper.

Timeless Type Premium Paper

Each card is the same construction. 5x7 card with printed papers layered on black cardstock panels. The papers from these collections are so detailed that they speak for themselves.

Premium Paper Map

I loved the black and white floral combined with the muted colors of the map that made up the design of this sheet from the Premium Pack. All I added was the stamped focal, a piece of washi tape, and some rhinestones. The stamp is one I picked up in the $1.50 or $2 aisle at Michaels. I thought  the image was perfect for Professors.

Timeless Type Thank Yous

For a couple of the cards, I combined torn strips of coordinating papers  from the Timeless Type stack but the basic construction is the same.

Thank You Cards