Showing posts with label Diamond Impression Plate. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Diamond Impression Plate. Show all posts

Friday, October 15, 2010

2s4y Sketch #63: Sketch by Kazan

So, I am finally back and unpacked from my Stamping Away weekend.  I had such great
company this past weekend.  Laurie and Jen are just the best stamping friends.......they
each gave me support in my cardmaking and made honest suggestions for changes.
We each did a Limited Supply Challenge card. 
So be watching for the post next week showcasing these cards.....kinda a mini blog hop!

Ok, today's card uses the great sketch by Kazan at 2S4Y.  I decided to turn the sketch on its side and
use some pattern paper on the one side (to resemble the "lines" on the sketch).

I found this awesome Christmas paper line Tinsel and Twig by the girls' paperie at my LSS
yesterday.  I knew I had to cut into this and use it for this sketch!  No more hoarding paper!
My stamped image is from the PTI anniversary set, Round and Round.  I used my
Versamark marker to apply ink to just the berry and leaf image and stamped on my label. 
Then I gently rubbed chalk over my image....voila!

I also changed the sketch up a bit by using my Nestabilities Labels 4 because Laurie and I
had placed an order with WMS for Very Vintage Labels No.4 frames and I wanted to use them here.
Let me tell you......These frames are INCREDIBLY easy to line up!!

Have a wonderful's gorgeous weather here in Kansas!
{Christmas Greetings}
Stamps:  Teeny Trees-sentiment (WMS), Very Vintage Labels No.4 (WMS), Round and Round (PTI)
Paper:  Rustic White, Dark Chocolate, Fine Linen (all PTI), Tinsel and Twig (the girls' paperie)
Ink:  Versmark marker, Dark Chocolate (PTI)
Misc:  Diamonds IP (PTI), Labels 4 Nesties (Spellbinders), Chalk, Red Grograin ribbon (Dollar Tree), Brown Pearls (Michaels)

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Papertrey September Blog Hop Challenge!

It is Papertrey Blog Hop time again!  A favorite time of the month for me!

This month's challenge was to:
 "show off skills that you might have learned from a fellow stamper".

I interpreted this challenge as CASE'ing a fellow stamper that showcased a
particular technique.  Well for me.......ever since I'd seen Maile Belles card using the
letter press technique where she also combined it with dry emboss masking, I wanted to try it!!

Here is my version!

If you follow Maile's will come out with a beautiful impressed frame!
Thank you Maile for the wonderful inspiration!

Have a great day blog hopping!  Thanks for stopping by!

All supplies PTI unless stated.
Stamps:  Framed, In Bloom
Paper:  Kraft
Ink:  Memento Black, True Black, Fresh Snow
Misc:  Diamond IP, Foam Tape, Pearls, Copics
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