Have you been enjoying the Sneak Peek – Spellbinders™ Summer Spectacular?  I know I have!  I love seeing the projects the other Designers come up with using the dies that I’ve looked at but haven’t tried yet!   It also has given me a chance to see what some of them are SUPPOSED to look like when I use them . . . sometimes you just never know (well this meno-memory doesn’t).

As I said I would the other day, I can now post all the details on the second card I made with Framed Labels One.


For this card, the Frame Labels One M-Bossabilities folder was inked with Peridot Mix’d Media Inx, and then the white paper was embossed.   To match the ink on the bottom, the seam binding was also dyed with the Peridot Inx.


The Bitty Blossom flower and leaves were die cut/embossed from white mixed media paper and then the flower was inked with Wisteria and the leaves with Mossy Mix’d Media Inx.

Okay off my point here, but I have to tell you  . . .  I LOVE these Donna Salazar Mix’d Media Inx.  I finally purchased some a few weeks ago and they are fasting becoming “go-to” favorites.  They are pigment, so they can be embossed, but they also react with water.  One of the favorite things now is to apply some of the Inx to the edges of the paper, mist with water, and let the Inx run a little.  You can see here on the Labels One (the blue layer), where I added Jasmine Inx to the edges . . . love the soft look.


Once I can post other CHA projects, you’ll see that I used the Inx quite often!

The sentiment was stamped in Wisteria (to match the flower) and embossed with Clear Embossing Powder.  The sentiment panel was stenciled with Antique Linen before removing the paper from the die.  The leaves were white when die cut/embossed, stenciled with Mossy; and then when the paper was removed, it was misted with water to let the Inx bleed to the edges of the paper.  LOVE the results!

I guess that’s all for me today.  Thanks for stopping by and remember to embrace the adventures that come your way . . . life is too damn short!


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16 Responses to “Continuing On – Frame Labels One Card!”

  1. Gorgeous Sherry! Those inks sound awesome!

  2. I can see right now, I’m going to have to have some of these inks! Your creation is stunning and I love the gorgeous colors! Hope all is well with you!

  3. Very pretty card. Love your ideas.

  4. Sherry, you made a very pretty card. Love the colors and the techniques you use.

  5. I love that color combo and great sentiment, I look forward to your other projects!

  6. Absolutely gorgeous!

  7. Just gorgeous…love every inch of this card!

  8. Gorgeous card. Love the colors use. Beautiful work. TFS!!! 😀

  9. Beautiful card! Your projects are very inspiring.

  10. Love the lace border w/flower cluster at the bottom of this soft, feminine card!

  11. Beautiful card!! I also love the mix’d media inks….contemplating on whether I need the reinkers too!!
    Question – do you have trouble keeping the lids on? I am and worries me that my pads may dry out too fast.

  12. Your work is amazing or Spellbinders is making you look like a million! Either way I have to get my hands on these dies! Thank for sharing Sherry!

  13. This is such a beautiful card Sherry! Every time I see it I say “wow!”. Thanks so much for using the stamp!

  14. So beautiful! Love your attitude!

  15. this is sooo cool – love the black and white!

  16. Sherry, don’t be mad at me for saying this, but I found out by accident this week that if people click on your product links after each project, you get a small percentage from the company. I know your goal is to inspire us to make beautiful art, so you’d never urge us or even let us know that you benefit from us using the links. I’m glad I know now so I can show my appreciation to you. I thought some of your other fans would like to say thanks, too, especially with all the medical emergencies in your family. I can’t thank you enough for your blog. I’ve learned more from you than anyone else.

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