Monday, March 9, 2009

Featured Stamper #109


Yesterday's Featured Stamper Challenge over on Splitcoaststamper honored StampingQueenJAR (Judy Rozema). What a great gallery Judy has and it was difficult to pick just one card to case. I finally picked THIS CARD and made a few changes to create this Anniversary card for friends of ours.
My card is A-6 in size and is a premade card which I purchased in a pack of 50 for $5.99 at Michael's. The background paper is from the DCWV Luxury Pack and the lighter blue panel was ivory cardstock, run through the cuttlebug then sponged using Versacolor Indigo & Not Quite Navy inks.
My main panel image is from the Inkadinkado (wedding) set. After stamping with Versafine Black and Detail Clear Embossed ... I used liquid pearls on the wedding gown/border and mauve Stickles on the flowers for extra dimension.
I've paper pierced the Luxury dp top & bottom as well as the Cuttlebugged panel. My corners were punched using the Stampin' Up Slit punch and the gems are from Hero Arts.
For the sentiment, I used a Spellbinder ribbon tag diecut ... after stamping the words using Versacolor Indigo and sponging around with Not Quite Navy. My ribbon is May Arts sheer white. Don't you just love the softness these sheer ribbons give your cards!!
Hope you enjoyed my card. Thanks so much for stopping by today. Don't forget to come back tomorrow when I'll be hosting the Crafty Secrets Challenge over and SCS and sharing my creation with all of you! If you have Crafty Secrets products ... PLEASE come play along ... we have great fun and wonderful inspiration to share!! See you then!!

3 comments:

  1. Gorgeous! Love the Liquid Pearls on the gown, and the embossed panel. Can't wait to see what your CS Challenge is tomorrow! :)

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  2. SO elegant and pretty! Beautiful card!

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  3. This card is gorgeous!!! I love your style! Looks like you and I both share a love of vintage! I especially love vintage fashion designs. Great blog!!!

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