I am really happy with how this turned out. The card base is Pink Pirouette, the dsp is retired. The image is stamped on Naturals White and colored with the Aquapainter using Real Red, Old Olive, Chocolate Chip, Pretty in Pink, and Pool Party reinkers. The Curly Cute sentiment is stamped in Stazon black. Snowflakes from the retired "Snowflakes" set is stamped in Versamark and embossed with clear ep. The image panel is mounted on Raspberry Ripple and an edgelit was used. Tiny pearls are placed between each scallop. A white Baker's Twine bow finishes it off with a retired Rose Red button in the center of it.
Thanks for stopping by. I hope you stay cool and have a blessed day!
June 28, 2012- 8:44pm
I was able to sneak in a little more crafting this evening and decided to try the sketch at The Paper Players this week.
It was difficult getting a good picture of this card as I wanted to be able to get the shiny clear embossing on the Naturals White panels while still having good lighting for the card as a whole. This was a fun card to make and I tried a new technique as well, emboss resist with a twist. I sponged a piece of Naturals White with Pool Party and Wisteria Wonder and then stamped the snowflake in Versamark and used clear embossing powder on it. I then sponged Concord Crush over the entire image/inked area. This I then cut in a circle and paper pierced along the inside of the circle, around the snowflake. The two Naturals White panels were dry embossed; I then rubbed a Versamark pad over it and used clear embossing powder on it to give the panels a shiny/icy look.
To make this card I used-
Stamps-Snowflakes, Teeny Tiny Wishes
Paper-Concord Crush, Wisteria Wonder, Pool Party, Naturals White
Ink-Versamark, Pool Party, Wisteria Wonder, Concord Crush, Basic Gray
Other-Dimensionals, clear embossing powder, scallpp edge punch, polka dots embossing folder, spellbinder
I really wanted this to be an "all Stampin' Up" card, but could not resist using the spellbinder behind the snowflake image.
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P.S. Apparently, it hit at least 110 degrees here in St Louis today!