Sunday, July 10, 2011

Easy Sunday

Good Morning!  I hope you're having a great weekend.  Mine is going pretty well.  I do need to get my rear in gear and go make coffee and start laundry.  But before I get to all that, I thought I would make a card to share with everyone.  My monthly card traders group challenge this month is to create faux metal frames.  I haven't done this technique in YEARS.  I'd forgotten how much fun it could be.  So today's card is dedicated to all things stashed.  What do I mean by that?  We all have our papers, supplies, tools and techniques that have been kept over the years but somehow get bypassed.  Well, I pulled some of those things out today.

First, the faux metal frame.  I cut a circle out and embossed it with silver embossing powder.

Second, the stamp.  This sweet little Swiss Pixie stamp has been sitting in a box for a long time.  And thirdly, the brads.  I hardly use brads on my cards anymore.  I think I've forgotten how to layer things up a bit.  I still feel this card is a bit flat - but cute anyway.

Card stock:  Neenah Classic Crest Solar White, Night of Navy (SU!)
Paper:  Candy Blossoms
Copics:  B00, B000, B95, B97, E00, E02, E34, E37, R02, RV02, RV10, V91, V93, V95, Y11, Y15, YG09, YG17, YR61
Stamps:  Swiss Pixies Heidi Among the Flowers (CC Designs)
Ink:  Tuxedo Black, Bahama Blue (Memento)
Tools:  Silver embossing powder, heat gun, embossing ink, Cuttlebug, Scallop Nesties, Apron Lace border punch
Embellishments:  white grosgrain ribbon (Offray), diamond silver brads (SU!)

I am also playing along with Sweet Sunday Sketch (the great sketch) and All That Scraps Wednesday Challenge (Anything Goes).  Thank you for visiting me.  I wish you well.


3 Encouraging Thoughts:

Amy said...

Love this cute, happy makes me smile! Thanks for joining us at the ATS challenge this week!

Theresa said...

This is just darling! Love the colors. Great embossing and coloring. Very cute!!

Teresa Zuehls said...

Your card is as sweet as can be! Doesn't it feel good to use things you've had around for a long time and make something fresh and new? I used the same border punch on my card too. It's my go to border punch.

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