Friday, May 8, 2009

The difference is in the detail!

My daughter-in-law is graduating from the University of Alabama. Their mascot is an elephant, so I made her a card, using Just Rite Stamps in the circle and Spellbinders die. The elephant die is one that I designed for Spellbinders a while back. I love the detail that you can get. I did reverse stenciling with this die cut, applying ink directly to the die before cutting and embossing the die cut.

Just Rite Stamps work so well with Spellbinders Nestabilities and I love all the new designs.
I have an antique elephant figurine I have had for years so I am giving that to her for her Law Office. Hopefully, she will like it...school mascots are very big in the Southeastern Conference of football. Of course, the main gift is in the form of money, but I like to have something to gift wrap.
Here is another example of the detail of Spellbinders die. I did reverse stenciling with these (lures and fish) also and then added some watercolor. Spellbinders has gotten away from the detailed die like these, so I am glad I have all the ones I have. The difference really is in the details.
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