Friday, February 15, 2008

Stuck, again ... UPDATED!


I almost always get stuck at this point in the card-making process. I see pretty paper, and I see the SU colors in it, and I put them together. Perfect match! Now what?

Actually, this is all SU stuff, so of course it was a perfect match! But I have no idea what to do with it now. I could look at it for a week, but then I thought I'd solicit ideas from all of you! :-)

Please ignore that mangled corner. I tried white rub-ons - failed. I tried folding it up to hid the rub-ons - not too excited about that. I punched a notched corner in the folded part ... See? I need HELP!!! All ideas will be warmly received!





Update: I humbly ask you to a lot of pretending here...pretend there is no extra hole in the top corner...pretend the brads are not retired...and pretend the bottom corner is not still mangled.

Thanks to Paula I got a clue, and I went with her idea! I really like the idea of mixing the patterned papers, and I took her idea of the scallop and substituted two Sale-A-Bration sets in its place. I think when I re-do this I'll use the Teal instead of Turquoise for the scallop.

Thanks for the suggestions! What do you think?

5 comments:

Brenda said...

I love what you've done so far. I think that I would cut a square piece of Taken with Teal card stock and place it in the lower right-hand corner to cover the rub-ons and also overlap the Designer Series Paper. I would then try a floral stamp and a sentiment.

Please share your final card. I think you're off to a great start.

Heather said...

I agree- you are off to a good start. I would like to see a bold sentiment stamped along the right hand long side. Or some bold graphic elements along the side of the panel.

Heather said...

Great changes!

Kim said...

Fun cards...even without using my imagination. Glad to know we all make mistakes!! Love the mixed DSP! HAPPY STAMPING!

Anonymous said...

Did you know that the Adhesive Remover works wonders for getting Rub-On's gone wrong...OFF???? Yep...it's true! Just thought I'd share! Happy Stampin! God bless!