Friday, February 1, 2013

U Stop My Heart

Hooray, it is February! Who else LOVES this month? Can you smell the LOVE in the air? It's Jessi from Kissin' Krafts and today I am excited to show this card that I made using the gel-a-tins STOP gelly jr. stamp!

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I have always enjoyed the red, pink and aqua color combo and decided that this was the perfect card to make using those colors!

The STOP gelly jr stamp is stamped in pink and hand-cut. Using a variety of stickers and chipboard, I created the rest of the "sentiment". To add to the card, I used different embossing folders to add to the back layer and pink strip. The final piece to add was the simple twine,even though it is some what messed up in the picture ;)!

Thank you for stopping by today! Please share you gel-a-tins creations on our Facebook page, we would love to see what you come up with!

Supplies:
gel-a-tins - gelly jr. STOP sign
Recollection Kraft cardstock
Cuttlebug Embossing Folder - Seeing Spots
Paper Studio Embossing Folder - Woodgrain
Trendy Twine - Tickled with Teal
Lily Bee Design - Alpha Stickers
My Little Shoebox - Chipboard Letter
Misc. Chipboard heart

1 comment:

nahidworld said...

Unlike today’s modern Gelatin capsules, in previous decades, pharmaceutical companies that produced medications for oral ingestion were only able to offer their products in tablet form. Essentially, the medication to be used in the tablet would be mixed with binding agents and hardened, producing a solid pill. These medications, although effective, often took long periods of time to digest, meaning the time needed for the medication to be absorbed was longer, and they were often hard to swallow. In 1834, however, the pharmaceutical company Mothes and Dublanc began producing a different type of capsule made using gelatin.