Saturday, April 13, 2013

One Layer Card by Fran

I love watching You Tube videos and one of my favorite card makers is Kristin Werner.  I just love her style.  Not long ago she made a Birthday card that I fell in love with and I just had to scrap lift it.  My card by no means looks as good as her card but I think I did a fairly good job.  If you like to watch the video on how she made the card  you can view it here:
Friday Focus–Birthday Card # 8 by Kristin Werner
I never was one to use white dashed lines on my cards but I thought this one really screamed white dashed lines needed.  I went a little further and stamped the inside of the card to match the outside.  I thought it gave it a neat look.  And I like the idea of a one layer card.  So easy to mail too.  Details on my card are below my photos.  In addition, I did not have any white embossing powder so I used WOW Embossing Powder in a Clear Glitter.  So in order to balance out the glitter in the embossing powder I added Stickles Glitter Glue in Star Dust on some of the dots on the flower centers and on some of the small dots throughout the stamped design.  The white dashes balance out the white I used to color in the flowers.
(You can click on Photos to see larger view)
One Layer Card-Front View
Card Size is an A2 – 4-1/4” by 5-1/2”
(photo 1 taken without flash and photo 2 was taken with flash)

Card Recipe:  All materials used are from my stash.  Items linked is where I purchased some of the materials.  And if you see something you like and its not linked to the Cutters Creek Store you can always check with Kim Bush here and she may be able to order it for you.  WOW Embossing Powder; Stickles Glitter Glue; Neenah Desert Storm Card Stock; Gelly Roll White ink pen; Stamp by W Plus 9 Design Studio called Embroidery Bouquet.

Thank you for stopping by,


  1. Beautiful job on the card Ms. Fran! :)

  2. I am absolutely... totally in awe of this card and your incredible CAS skills Fran!

  3. Great card Fran. I love simple, but it's hard to do. You nailed it though.

  4. Beautiful card Fran. I love Kristen Werner's cards also. You did a wonderful job on the card.


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