Saturday, August 30, 2014

My Sheri Crafts Challenge #141: Celebrate the Piano

We're having a fun challenge @ My Sheri Crafts wherein we're asking you to create a card/project with a musical theme or musical instrument -- preferably a piano.  I really enjoyed creating my simple piano card:

I created white keys by making scoring lines @ 1-inch intervals using my Scor-Pal on a 5 1/2" wide white piece of card stock, beginning in the center. I then cut my four black keys using a retired Spellbinders' rectangle die and popped them on foam tape, centered over my score lines.

Next I hand cut my black piano top piece, using Spellbinders' A2 Curved Borders One to just pencil in part of the desired curve.  My sentiment and music notes are both Papertrey Ink stamps (Autumn Abundance and Birds of a Feather). A piece of music paper, checked ribbon and small pale pink rose complete this card. Best part is I know just who'll enjoy this card!

So, let's see your musical entries now @ My Sheri Crafts!!!


Sarah said...

Marge, this is so cute! I love the checked ribbon with it and that pretty rose! Super sweet!

Sue Crease said...

Marge, this is just a fab card. Thanks for the info on how you did it. Love the ribbon and flower.

Sandy Palmer said...

Beautiful card Marge! :)

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Raquel said...

Marge... such a pretty card! It's so clean and crisp and I think my favorite of all is the small hint of pink on the flower to break all the black and white. Love it!

P.G. Lamb said...

Wow Marge, very creative of you to make the piano keys out of the rectangle bars and popping them with foam tape! I love the clean and modern feel to it!

Line said...

Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a comment. I enjoyed it tremendously.
Your cards are beautiful and unique.


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