“Rose Fan, Lg.” was embossed with purple and colored with markers in shades of coral, purple and autumn orange. A ribbon was tied for the handle. “Happy Birthday” was stamped on white card stock using a lavender Encore pad. A gold metallic pen was used to highlight the roses and the edge of the fan. The fan was cut out and mounted with foam dots to the white card stock on which “Happy Birthday” had been stamped. The card was then layered on gold and wine colored background card stock and white card stock. Card by Margaret Wiggin.
“Rose Fan, Lg.” is silver embossed on black card stock and cut out. Triangular corners are cut out of black card stock and silver embossed as shown with “Carved Rose.” The black triangles are glued to the silver card stock so that a center strip of the silver card stock shows. The cut out fan is adhered to all three pieces. The outside edges of the card are edged with a silver Krylon Leafing pen. Card by Margaret Wiggin.
“Artist’s Tools with Border” is stamped with a black memories pad on white card stock, colored with pencils and layered on three background papers which have been glued to white card stock. Card by Mary Connaway who is also the artist who drew the image.
“Bold Block – Love Hand” is stamped on polymer clay, baked and painted (the two outside blocks). The center block is stamped on card stock, colored with markers and has a rhinestone glued to it. The word stamps, “Love” and “Peace” (a discontinued stamp; e-mail for availability) are stamped with a Rocket Red Brilliance pad, embossed with red embossing powder and cut with deckle edged scissors, then edged with a gold Krylon Leafing pen. The layering is done with red, black and white glossy card stock. Card by Susan Frank and Margaret Wiggin.
“Bold Block – Love Hand “ is stamped in red on ivory parchment card stock, cut out and mounted on a white square that has been layered on red glossy card stock. The final layer is ivory parchment. Card by Mary Hansen.
“Love” is gold embossed three times on a rectangular piece of kaleidoscope confetti card stock which has been edged with a gold Krylon Leafing pen. “Bold Block – Love Hand” is gold embossed on black card stock, cut out and placed on a second rectangular piece of kaleidoscope confetti card stock which has also been edged with gold and the “Love” stamp embossed in gold. These two pieces are layered over a black piece of card stock which has been embossed in gold using “Starburst Background.” Gold glitter glue is applied in the center of each star, on the fingernails of the hand, at the base of the heart, and in the corners of the Love Hand image. The black card is edged with gold and layered over four layers of card stock in the following order: (1) white, (2) gold, (3) ivory and (4) rust. Card by Margaret Wiggin.
“Leaf Background” was embossed in white on rust confetti card stock. “Leaf #1” was inked with a brown Marvy marker inking only part of the stamp, stamped twice and cut out. “Hello” was embossed in white on rust confetti card stock which was layered on white card stock, then layered on the embossed background and on a white card. The two cut out leaves were then attached to the card as shown. Card by Margaret Wiggin.
“Cupped Hands” is stamped with a black Memories pad on Ninja Confetti by Fox River Paper Co., colored with pencils, the hands cut out and the “cuff” edge torn. Glaze is put on the fingernails. “Rose with Stem” is embossed in gold on white card stock, colored with markers and cut out. A slit is cut between the two hands and the rose is slipped into the slit. The Cupped Hands and the Rose are foam mounted on a lavender piece of card stock which is layered on tan card stock, wall paper, tan card stock and a lavender card. Yarn is secured with a brad on the two layers just before the final card. Card by Margaret Wiggin.
“Rose Fan, Lg.” is embossed in white on the vellum which is cut smaller than the turquoise card stock. “Carved Rose” is embossed on the folded back corner and on the inside lower right corner of the card. Holes are punched through the vellum and card stock and a ribbon is tied in a bow to hold the two together. Card by Margaret Wiggin.