Here's my design:
It fills the requirements of this week's Paper Player's challenge to use a frame or frames in the design. Hard to see here but the black matte around the image is actually a frame, popped up on dimensionals.
The card base is Always Artichoke, then a panel of basic black and a panel of Crumb Cake, embossed using the Argyle embossing folder. The image is from Serene Silhouettes stamped in Always Artichoke on Very Vanilla card stock and sponged with Soft Suede ink. Both the image panel the matte and the frame were cut using the Labels Collection Framelits and the Big Shot.
I added a strip of Always Artichoke Seam Binding ribbon and some Antique Brass metallic brads. The sentiment is from the One in a Million set and is stamped using StazOn Jet Black ink.
I also wanted to remind you that November is a super month to host a Stampin' Up private class. Qualifying hosts will earn a set of stamp pads FREE! Do you know how amazing that offer is? A colour collection of stamp pads is worth $65 and with free tax and shipping, that is an $80.00 value! WOW! Call me today for your chance at this great offer! Ink-spirational!
Stamps: Serene Silhouettes (w127322: c127324); One in a Million (w126380; c126382)
Paper: Always Artichoke (105119), Basic Black (121045), Crumb Cake (120953) and Very Vanilla ( 101650) cardstock
Ink: Classic Stampin' Pad in Always Artichoke (126972) and Soft Suede (126978); StazOn Jet Black (101406)
Accessories: 1/2" Seam Binding Ribbon in Always Artichoke (121000), 3/16" Metallic Brads (119741)
Tools: Argyle Textured Impression embossing folder (127750); Big Shot (113439); Labels Collection Framelits (125598), Paper Piercing Tool (126189); Stampin' Pierce Mat (126199)
Argyle Embossing Folder