Tuesday, February 16, 2016

SUO142 Trust In The Lord



Hi Friends!   

It’s time for the SUO142 “Stampin' Up! Sale-A-Bration 2016” Challenge (Sale-A-Bration (SAB), an annual Stampin’ Up! promotion that allows you to choose one item from the SAB Catalog for every $50 in sales).  We want to see what you have created with this year's SAB Products :-)

I decided to use two SAB items on my card, the What I Love photopolymer stamp set along with the Botanical Gardens Designer 6x6 Vellum Pack.

This card also incorporates the Pals Paper Arts PPA284 ColorChallenge and the #TGIF42 Sketch Challenge (I flipped the sketch to the right to use the design in a portrait orientation :-)).    

I hope you will have a chance to check out my sister Design Team member samples at the SU-Only Challenge site as well as the fantastic Design Team samples and galleries at the other two challenge sites- gorgeous inspiration from all!

To create this card:

Use the Big Shot™ with the Woodgrain Textured Impressions™ Embossing Folder to emboss a piece of Lost Lagoon cardstock. Trim the panel and mount onto the Calypso Coral card base.

Use a sewing machine with a zig zag stitch to adhere a piece of the Botanical Gardens Vellum to a piece of Old Olive cardstock and mount onto the lower portion of the card front.

De-static another piece of the Botanical Gardens Vellum with the Embossing Buddy®, ink the floral image from What I Love with Versamark™ Ink and stamp onto the printed side of the vellum.  Apply White Stampin’ Emboss® Embossing Powder and heat set with the Heat Tool.

Create a mask for the flower image with a sticky note, mask the flower and repeat the steps above to stamp two more flowers and three stems.

Once the embossing powder has cooled (only a few seconds), flip the stamped vellum panel over and color the images from behind using Stampin’ Write Markers- Calypso Coral for the flowers and Old Olive for the stems.

I curved the center of the stamped panel
by adding an additional layer of Stampin’ Dimensionals®
so the sentiment could be pressed against
vellum :-)
Ink the sentiment from Trust God using Stāz-On® Jet Black Ink and stamp onto a piece of Whisper White cardstock.

Adhere the stamped Vellum panel to the Whisper White panel with the zig zag stitch, mount onto Lost Lagoon cardstock and ad the 3/8” Lost Lagoon Silky Taffeta Ribbon strip and triple bow to the corners.

Add a White Tea Lace Doily behind the panel and mount to the card front using Stampin’ Dimensionals®.

Add a few Pearls to finish off the card.

Stamp Sets:  What I Love (2016 SAB), Trust God

Ink:  Versamark™, Stāz-On® Jet Black; Stampin’ Write Markers- Calypso Coral, Old Olive
Paper/Cardstock: Whisper White, Calypso Coral, Lost Lagoon, Old Olive; Botanical Blossoms Vellum (2016 SAB)
Accessories: Big Shot™, Woodgrain Textured Impressions™ Embossing Folder, Embossing Buddy®, Stampin’ Emboss® White Embossing Powder, Heat Tool, Sewing Machine, White Thread, White Tea Lace Doily, Pearls, retired 3/8” Lost Lagoon Silky Taffeta Ribbon

Thanks again for stopping by and we hope to see your Stampin’ Up! Only project in our “Stampin' Up! Sale-A-Bration 2016” Challenge gallery!

3 comments:

Katy McGloin said...

Julie, you are a master of technique, detail, texture and lovely!! I hope you plan on framing this STUNNING piece of art. I cannot mention any one detail because they are all wonderful. Thank you so much for playing along with my color combination in conjunction with the other challenges. I ALWAYS love seeing your entries in our gallery!!!!!!

Brian King said...

So lovely, Julie! Every detail makes this card wonderful - and there are lots of great details. Thank you so much for playing along with this week's Pals Paper Arts Color Challenge.

Jackie said...

Simply lovely, Julie! I love all of the details and accents you used to create such a pretty scene. I think I especially like the ribbon and bow details the way they are put together with the accent of pearls. Fabulous! Thank you for joining us this week at the Pals Paper Arts Challenge!

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