JustRite Friday Challenge #070 - Pretty Papers

This time, the JustRite Friday Challenge is to create your own designer paper using any JustRite stamps.  Also, the team is introducing 2 more background stamps from the JustRite Papercraft April Release (see details below). 

If you don't have one of the many great background stamps yet, that's OK!  You can still enter this challenge by using ANY JustRite stamp set to create a unique one-of-a-kind background!  If you have a JustRite background stamp, we'd LOVE to see what you did with that too!  I chose to use the Musical Notes Labels Twenty cling set (CL-02215) to make this musical background:
I started by positioning my notes and sentiment on my stamp block and stamping with Momento Tuxedo Black onto white blending card using a ruler as a guide.
For the final touch, I distressed the edges with my Zutter Distress-It-All and inked the edges with Ranger Distress Inks in Antique Linen and Vintage Photo.
The card base was cut using my new Grand Labels Twenty-Three and Grand Caliber that I finally broke down and purchased.
My ribbon and flower are from our wonderful sponsor this week, Stamp Simply.  I can tell this will be my new favorite ribbon!  It's so soft and luxurious!  I used the 1/4" Silk Burgandy ribbon...LOVE IT!!

Check out the last day of the April Release:

Stamps: JustRite CL-02215 Musical Notes Labels Twenty
Dies: Spellbinders LF-347 Grand Labels Twenty-Three, Grand Caliber
Ink: TS-01115 Momento Tuxedo Black, Ranger Antique Linen & Vintage Photo Distress Inks
Accessories: silk ribbon & Prima flower from Stamp Simply Ribbon Store


Marge said…
I'm sooo excited for this challenge -- I haven't made my own BG in forever. Your BG is AWESOME & sooo CREATIVE; really fun to look at our stamps in different ways and create something truly unique and unusual by stretching our imaginations! Can't wait to see all the entries for this challenge!!!
An Edwardian lady in full dress was a wonder to behold, and her preparations for viewing were awesome.Bridal silks

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