Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Fun with Chantilly Complements Dimensional Elements

I've never used the MyStickease or Complements/Dimensional Elements on a card before (or if I have, it's been ages).  I think partly it's because I'm too cheap (um, practical??) to make a bunch of cards out of something that there's a finite number of (stickers) as opposed to stamping an unlimited number of whatever I need.

But as soon as I saw the Chantilly Complements Dimensional Elements (X7163C, $4.95) (printed-on chipboard shapes which coordinate with the Chantilly paper pack), I knew I had to make some cards with them.  There's 46 shapes in the Complements set, of varying sizes and shapes.  There's an assortment of flowers, words, birds, bows, borders, umbrellas.  All very cute.

Anyway, I wanted to show you a great (easy) way to create a card with the MyStickease/Complements.  No stamping and/or detailed cutting required! (unless you want to put a sentiment, like I did.)

The sentiment  I used is from the Chantilly Card Making Workshop On The Go (G1061, $29.95).

It's a simple card - but those are nice, because they are easy and fast to make.

Supplies Used:
Chantilly Paper Pack (X7163B, $9.95)
Chantilly Complements Dimensional Elements (X7163C, $4.95)
Stamp Set: Chantilly Workshop on the Go Card Making Kit (G1061, $29.95)
Stamp Pads:  Twilight
Card Stock (colors in the paper pack): Twilight, Cotton Candy 
Card Stock (not in the paper pack): White Daisy, Sweet Leaf, Buttercup
Embellishments:  Clear Sparkles colored with pink Sharpie Marker
Other: Sponge

Happy Creating!