Friday, May 16, 2014

One Layer, One Word and One Sketch- Having Fun with Flowers, Stampin' Blendabilities and Challenges!!



Hi Stampers!!

I wanted to play around some more with the new Stampin’ Blendabilities™ and decided to try a one layer card using the Create with Connie and Mary CCMC303Sketch Challenge and the Our Daily Bread Designs Challenge ODBDSLC202 F-L-O-W-E-R Recipe Challenge (use at least four of the letters).  

I have Flowers (F), Layer (L), Olive (O), Words (W) , Embellishment (E), Rectangle (R) - love Our Daily Bread Design Challenges and this was a fun recipe/word challenge!  I also love participating with the weekly Create with Connie and Mary Color and Sketch Challengesand I hope you will have the time to check both sites out!!

I decided to combine My Digital Studio (MDS) along with the traditional stamping for the sentiment, etc. since I could re-size the image a bit larger than the stamp, plus the printer ink is water based and the markers are alcohol (so I did not have any bleeding on the ink – love the new markers!! :-))

To create this card:

Open a blank document in My Digital Studio (MDS), position the floral spray from Elements of Style (mirroring the image) and print onto an 8 ½ x 11” piece of Whisper White cardstock.

Color the floral spray using the Rich Razzleberry, Tempting Turquoise and Old Olive Stampin’ Blendabilities™. Use the Sahara Sand Stampin’ Write marker to create shadows.

Use the Big Shot™ with the new Project Life™ Cards and Labels Framelits™ to cut out the image (the bottom portion was cut off from the die and the Envelope Punch Board was used to round the corners on the bottom- waiting for my Project Life™ Corner Rounder):-)

Mask the flowers at the bottom using a sticky note and ink up the trellis stamp from Summer Shilhouettes using Sahara Sand Classic Ink and stamp the vertical element of the sketch.

Stamp the sentiment from Love and Sympathy using Rich Razzleberry Classic Ink and using the retired Color Spritzer Tool, add a bit of spritzing using the Rich Razzleberry Stampin’ Write marker (originally I had not planned on this but I had a few areas of the card that had unintended marks or bumps from the adhesive, so the spritzing is covering up those “errors”)...love how you can fix "errors"- lol!!

Adhere the panel to the Rich Razzleberry card base and add a few Pearls to finish off the card.

Stamp Sets: Elements of Style (MDS version), Love and Sympathy, Summer Silhouettes

Ink: Printer Ink- Black, Rich Razzleberry, Stampin’ Blendabilities™- Rich Razzleberry, Tempting Turquoise and Old Olive Collections, Stampin’ Write Markers- Sahara Sand, Rich Razzleberry

Paper: Whisper White, Rich Razzleberry

Accessories: Big Shot™, Project Life™ Cards and Labels Framelits™, retired Color Spritzer Tool, Envelope Punch Board, Pearls


Thanks again for taking the time to stop by (I will be sharing more cards later this evening)!  Hugs to all of you and have a great weekend!

10 comments:

CherylQuilts said...

Oh, Julie, this is stunning! I just LOVE how you've used this wonderful SU stamp and your beautiful coloring! And this is an example of a GOOD goof!! Just love the spritzing! And your "recipe" for this week's ODBD Shining the Light challenge is perfect! I'm so glad you've joined us once again this week for the ODBD Shining the Light challenge! Hugs, sweet friend!

Margaret Raburn said...

This is SO beautiful! It's wonderful that we can continue to use some favorites through MDS, isn't it! Your coloring is beautiful and good to know the printer ink doesn't smear with the Blendabilities! Thanks for joining us this week for the sketch challenge at Create with Connie and Mary!

Judi Sparks said...

Whoa, Julie! This card is fantastic and I am sure mine could never compete. Thanks for the wonderful ideas!

Debbie Henderson said...

Wow Julie, totally amazing and a lot of work to create this masterpiece! Thanks for playing with us at Create with Connie & Mary this week!

Deb said...

Gorgeous! Stunning! Beautiful! I know it's a one layer card but there is SO much depth on this! Love it! Thanks for playing the challenge at Create with Connie and Mary!

Melissa Davies said...

JAW-DROPPING! I can't believe this is a one-layer card! Amazing that just a touch of shading can make such a difference! Thanks for joining us in the sketch challenge this week at Create with Connie and Mary!

Connie said...

Wow!!! Great job with the challenges! Like Melissa, I can't believe it is a one-layer card, so much texture and depth to it! Thanks for playing along with the sketch challenge this week on Create with Connie and Mary!

Mary Brown said...

Oh my word Julie...this is absolutely stunning! These colors give a fresh new look to this stamp and you did an incredible job with this as a single layer...hard to believe! Thanks for playing along this week in the Create with Connie and Mary Thursday Challenge!

Nicole Tugrul said...

Wow!! You did a fabulous job making a one layer card!! The coloring is gorgeous! Thanks so much for joining the sketch challenge this week at Create with Connie and Mary!

Sheila said...

THis is beautiful!

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