|The Big Easy....Chair|
So for my little living room setting: My card base is very vanilla with a piece of DSP from the nuetrals DSP pack. I thought it looked a little like wallpaper? Not from my house, but Nana's maybe ;) I stamped a scrap piece of sahara sand with our woodgrain stamp in espresso ink. I punched a large oval out of that scrap to make my table top. I sponged around the edges with espresso ink and cut a straight line of the bottom of the oval. I also ran some of the woodgrain through the big shot with the rectangle clearlits die. I used my 1-1/4" square to create a frame, by punching a full and then a partial square inside the frame. I stamped a piece of soft suede cs with the image from Create a Cupcake stamp set and punched with our coordinating Build a Cupcake Punch. I used a thin piece of scrap as the pole to the lamp and a piece of soft suede that was punched with the round tab punch(this is actually the piece that is usually left behind-what a great way to use a scrap;)))!) Piece these together and add to card front!
For the easy chair: I used some very vanilla cs ran through the big shot and the dot emboss folder. I cut out a modern label(the bottom edge trimmed straight0 from this, 2 small ovals, 2 half pieces of the large oval and 1 word window. I also used another piece of the woodgrain scrap (from the above described) as a top to my chair. I added a small scrap under the word window to give the seat a little more puff. I pieced all pieces together and glued to my card front.
To finish off my frame: I used a piece of very vanilla cs that I had printed a saying from My Digital Studio from the Wishes and Greetings stamp set. I just substituted the word 'day' for 'memories this season'. You could put whatever saying that you like though! I then lined the saying in my clearlits rectangle die and ran through the big shot.
I stamped some of the flowers from the Create a Cupcake stamp set in sahara sand on this rectangular piece. I then put the frame over the words and attached to the wallpaper of my living room. Here is my finished living room:
Hope you enjoyed and have a "Bright day!"
Until Next Thought,