Tuesday, 3 January 2012

Bloghop for the New Mini Catalogue








Hi ya, and a warm welcome to my blog. If you're following the ILWS blog hop then you will have come from the lovely Beckie http://www.bextiesandstickytape.blogspot.com/ , and here is my project;

I felt that the flower stamp in the Marry Me set had an art deco style to it, which gave the inspiration for the card. I coloured the stamp in with markers and used to decorate the white panel using first and second generation stamping to give dimension. The black background was stamped with versamark using the tops of the flowers and embossed with clear powder and I daubed around the white panel with rich razzleberry ink to soften the edges. I used a torn strip (still find it so hard to tear such lovely new paper!!) to accent the side of the card.



Cardstock - basic black, rich razzleberry and whisper white

Ink - basic black and versamark

Markers - Rich razzleberry and always artichoke

DSP - Pocket full of posies

Stamp sets - Marry me and Create a cupcake

Accessories - Sponge daubers, snail, grosgrain ribbon, dimensionals and clear embossing powder.


I hope you enjoyed my project (apologies for the rubbish photo!) and the blog hop continues with the lovely Julie http://www.the-crafty-bug.blogspot.com/


The blog hop started with the lovely http://www.craftyalisoninlyon.blogspot.com/ just incase you get a bit lost (I usually do lol).


I'm off now to check out the inspiration :-)


Now updated with better daylight! photo, but the original one shows the embossing better arrrgh!! lol































15 comments:

  1. Lovely card Jayne. I love the embossing.

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  2. love the colour combo. happy hopping Charlie.xx

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  3. Beautiful card, I love the embossing too. Alison xx

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  4. I love the colour combination, must try this. Fiona x

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  5. Love how you used that set :0)
    Kate x

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  6. Gorgeous card Jayne and the embossing on the black is so effective. Very striking.

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  7. Glad you left the original photo on as I hadn't spotted the embossing. Lovely dual use of the same stamp ... and that's just one of a bunch.

    Sara xx

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  8. I love the embossing effect on the black and the Rich Razzleberry is one of my favourite colours. Lovely card Jayne.

    Beckie

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  9. the embossing is stunning, beautiful card

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  10. Love the embossing, so effective. I think I *need* that DSP too :)

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  11. Stunning cards. Love this set .... another I would love but can't justify. Perhaps get as free one from SAB earnings if I qualify. LOL

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  12. Lovely card. Your colour combination isnt one that I have tried but I will do now, it all works so well together. Tracey x

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  13. very pretty love your card jayne!

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