I inked up my Undefined Pineapple:
- Undefined hand carved Pineapple
- The Good Life stamps, May 2013 My Paper Pumpkin
- Gorgeous Grunge and Yippee Skippee stamp sets
- Old Olive, Baked Brown Sugar, Crushed Curry and Whisper White card stock
- Old Olive, Crushed Curry and Baked Brown Sugar FFIP
- Old Olive, Always Artichoke, Crushed Curry and Baked Brown Sugar Stampin’ Write markers
- Natural Trim ribbon
- 2 1/2 inch circle punch
- Big Shot and Thinlets Circle Flip card die
- Tasteful Trim Bigz XL die
- Honeycomb TIEF
- Sticky Strip
- Stampin’ Sponge
Yeah, I kinda pulled out everything in the stamp studio for this one 🙂
The pineapples are inked with markers and masked. I carved just one pineapple, and I carved it in a hurry! It has a folksy, rustic look to it.
Didja break down and get the Thinlets Flip Card die yet? I confess that if I hadn’t seen them in person at convention I might not have been so anxious, but I did and I was so I ordered them on August 1st – the first day I could. The 5 chevron pieces are one of the accent dies that accompany the Circle Flip die.
I stamped this sentiment from Yippee Skippee three times in three colors of ink and cut them up. There’s a strip of Crushed Curry card stock stamped with the diagonal lines from Gorgeous Grunge behind the words to serve as an anchor. Lining that up was definitely a job for the Stamp-a-ma-jig.
If you stretch the entire card out, this is what the first side looks like. You’re seeing the front of the card, the back of the flip, and the inside of the card. The Baked Brown Sugar panel was run through the Honeycomb TIEF before I adhered it to the Old Olive card base. I added a strip of white card stock (more details HERE) to the inside for additional writing space, and I put a Crushed Curry 2 1/2″ circle behind the flip to give it a finished look. I might write an additional note here, or I might add a photo. And yes, this is an extended card. Patty Bennett has made an excellent tutorial – see it HERE.
Turn the card over to see the second side. If you look closely at the Natural Trim ribbon you’ll see that I butted the edges on the diagonal to create a finished edge – I didn’t want a knot or a bow. It also creates a more finished look over the scallop trim from the Tasteful Trim Bigz XL die. I used a full-height piece of Sticky Strip to secure the trim.