Sunday, February 27, 2011
Saturday, February 26, 2011
Here is the last card for today. It is card that used a recessed window which you can find the directions at http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/resources/results/a4025cca68966f824d52dca171ec72cd/.
Again this card is being submitted to Heartfelt Creations Design Team call. It uses the Fancy Window die, Falling Leaves Diecut from Spellbinders that made it exclusively to Heartfelt Creations. It also uses a number of stamps from the Hearfelt Creations. I should know by March 2, 2011 if I made the semi- finalist. Please keep your fingers cross for me. What do you think ?
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Thursday, February 24, 2011
Here is my card for the JustRite Friday Challenge using the sketch to create a card. I started out with Early Espresso paper then used a light blue metallic paper as the 2nd layer. I cut a stripe of pattern paper from my stash 2" X 4 3/4". For the rectangle I used a Robin's Egg (blue color) metallic paper then used another piece of Early Espresso paper on top. I stamped the saying onto Very Vanilla paper using the set from the JustRite "Nature Nested Sentiments & Verse" using Cocoa pigment ink and embossed with Cocoa Bean EP. I cut it out using the deckled mega rectangle small by Spellbinders. I stamped on the edges using the flourish stamp from the Elements of Style by Stampin'Up using Chestnut Roam Fluid Chalk. Cut out the frame using Early Espresso paper & Heartfelt Creations die called Decorative Window. Color the frame using Molasses Smooch ink. Attached butterfly has shown as well as the 2 blue crystals.
Paper: Early Espresso, Very Vanilla by Stampin'Up, Light blue, Robin Egg's blue by The Paper Company
Pattern Paper from my stash
Ink: Cocoa pigment ink, Chestnut Roan Fluid Chalk by Clearsnap
Stamps: "Nature Nested Sentiments & Verse" by JustRite, Elements of Style by Stampin'Up
Other: Cocoa Bean EP, Molasses Smooch ink by Clearsnap, Blue E Line Pearl Crystal by Prima Marketing
Brenda Walter Flora & Fauna Butterfly Adhesive Chipboard by K & C Company
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To use embedded embossing, you punch out shapes or cut layers or strips out and then adhere them to your card base piece. Once adhered, place the entire layer in an embossing folder of your choice and emboss both the punched out shapes/layers/strips and the base piece all together. The result looks like seamless embossing … you have just embedded your shapes/layers to the card base. Here is my take on that great technique. I used Early Espresso as my base then took a piece of the new BoBunny 'Gabrielle' collection for my second layer. Then took peach color from the same collection and ran it thru the Vintage Wallpaper Embossing Folder. Using Chestnut Roan Fluid Chalk ran it over to highlight the embossed image. Punch out different butterflies using a butterfly punch using different blue papers by Magenta. Cut out another butterfly using blue metallic paper and Bosscut Butterfly diecut. Attach all these cutouts onto blue paper from the Gabrielle collection. I then ran it thru the Square Lattice Embossing Folder by Stampin'Up. I stamped the butterfly from the ODBD Butterfly Single onto colored background that I had made using Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist. I cut it out leaving a little halo. I stamped the saying from the ODBD "Eternity" using Black Versafine inkpad. Cut it out using the Spellbinders "Fancy Tag #3. Sponge the edges using Aquamarine, Chestnut Roan Fluid Chalks.
SuppliesPaper: Early Espresso by Stampin'Up, Gabrielle Collection by BoBunny, Assorted Papers by Magenta
Blue Metallic paper by The Paper Company
Inks: Aquamarine, Chestnut Roan by Clearsnap, Black Versafine by Tsukineko
Stamps: Butterfly Single, Eternity by Our Daily Bread Designs
Other: Vintage Wallpaper, Square Lattice Embossing Folders. Butterfly Punch by Stampin'Up,
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Wednesday, February 16, 2011
Sunday, February 13, 2011
This card is entered in a couple card challenges: One is for The Shabby Tea Room where you had to create a card or project using HEARTS and any additional inspiration from the photo -- colors of pink, green, brown & neutral, doilies, polka dots, flowers, lace, ribbons. The Second is for this week's challenge at Create: blog to create Cards with border punches. Third is for Queen of Hearts challenge for Quietfire Designs. I used Very Vanilla textured paper from Stampin'Up and sponged the edges with Tim Holtz distress inks in Spun Sugar and Shabby Shutters. I then layered a piece of paper from Basic Grey 'Capella' line and sprayed with Vintage Pink and Key Lime from Tattered Angels glimmer mist. Then I sponged Victorian Velvet distress ink on the edges. I took another pattern paper from the same line and again sprayed with the same glimmer mist. I also ran Shabby Shutters over the edges to give it a distress look.I took the paper and along one side used a Martha Stewart punch called Lattice Heart Deep Edge punch.I layered that on top of the lace. I took a heart shape doily and sprayed it with Vintage Pink and Key Lime glimmer mist. On top of the first layer I added a Brushed Gold paper that was punched out using Garden Trellis a Martha Stewart punch. Then I layered green paper punched out using Lace Heart Edge punch from Martha Stewart on top of the gold. Then I wrapped Chantilly lace from Stampin'Up as shown and then took my white ribbon and sprayed with Vintage Pink glimmer mist. Attached it to the lace. On the left hand side I took another lacy ribbon from Maya Arts and layered that over the heart doily. Added a light green from Michael's over top. Cut out a heart using my Cricut machine from the cartridge called 'Love Struck' using My Mind's Eye 'Lush Pink Damask Paper as the base and using a piece from Basic Grey for the top which I sprayed Vintage Pink glimmer mist. The lady is an image from Tweety Jill Collection - Vintage Valentines and layered on spritz heart doily. The banner was cut out using my Cricut machine from the cartridge Reminisce Accents using Basic Grey 'Capella' and sponging green and pink distress inks. I stamped Lots of Love from Hero Arts using black pigment ink and black embossing powder.Pin It Now!
Mica Watercolor palette called "Interference" I colored the image. The shimmer from this paint doesn't do this justice it looks better in person. Using the Fancy Labels from the Cuttlebug Embossing Folder PLUS I cut this out from the purple metallic paper. I used Blackberry Fluid Chalk to enhance the embossed area. I cut out a piece of white paper stamped saying from the same set using black pigment ink and black EP. Sponge over using the same Fluid Chalks and attached it to the Brushed Gold paper. Added 5 purple pearls as shown.Thanks for stopping by! Here is my card for the Mojo Monday 177 - CONTEST. I used Elegant Eggplant as my base. Then I stamped the flourish from the set called "Blessings" from Verve Stamps using white pigment ink then embossed using clear embossing powder on shimmery white paper. Applied Lavender and Blackberry Fluid Chalk over top, then wipe off the ink off the embossed area and ironed off the embossing powder. Layered this piece on top of Brushed Gold paper. Cut out a triangle using this fabulous paper that I was hoarding. Using the scallop punch from Stampin'Up I cut out this scallop using purple metallic paper then stamped the heart from the set "Love Story" from Verve in black pigment ink and embossed with gold embossing powder. Stamping saying from the same set using black pigment ink and black embossing powder. I took out my waterbrush and using US Artquest
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Thursday, February 10, 2011
Here is my card for the Color Spotlight at Gina K Designs. I used Pretty in Pink cardstock for the base. Used the embossing folder from Stampin'Up called Framed Tulips. Sponged Rouge Fluid Chalk on the edges. Cut out a frame using So Saffron cardstock then used another embossing folder to add depth used Butterscotch Fluid Chalk to sponge over raised edges. Cut out label using Spellbinders and retired designer paper from Stampin'Up called Groom. Cut out scalloped oval from Spellbinders sponged Rouge Fluid Chalk along the edges. Stamped image from the set called "A Year of the Flowers from Gina K Designs. Colored it with Copic markers. Stamped saying on So Saffron cardstock using Black Memento ink applied it to a Fancy Ribbon tag from Spellbinders cut out of the Groom DSP. Used Rose Ribbon seam binding from Stampin'Up for the ribbon ends. Applied a yellow paper flower and a black little Whimsies from Webster's Pages in the left corner and 3 basic pearls in the right corner.Pin It Now!
Sunday, February 6, 2011
Wednesday, February 2, 2011
I can't believe it's February already! Just around the corner is Valentine's Day. So here is my card for my son who will be 16 at the end of the month. It's a little too girlish for him. I'm entering my card for JustRite Friday Challenge 047: Love Is In The Air. It's a 6" X 6" gatefold card. I used Tiny Word Borders & Centers Set and the Classic Circle Stamper II from JustRite. I used papers from Basic Grey called Porcelain. I added Lace, Ribbon, Pearls and flowers to give it a Shabby Chic look. I used the Classic Frame, Classic Heart, Scalloped Heart and Scalloped Square from Spellbinders. I used embossing folders from Stampin'Up and from Provo Craft to emboss some of the papers. Then I inked the edges with Lime Pastel, Rouge Fluid Chalk from Clearsnap.Thanks for stopping by!
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