For this card, I heat embossed the bird onto SU's new kraft cardstock with white EP, and then colored him in with inkpads and a blender pen. The ribbon is fed through the scallop tag topper punch on the top layer, and the horizontal slit/slot punch (retired) on the bottom layer of the card base. I used a whole bunch of the tiniest SU pearls on the tail. I love how Kraft cardstock can really be casual or elegant depending on how you dress it up or down. It's like a great pear of jeans that way! :)
Date: Friday, July 4, 2014 GMT Views: 4340
Registered: August 18, 2011 Location: Los Gatos, California Posts: 1208
Fri, Jul 04, 2014 @ 12:16 PM
I love this! Really into Peacocks. Ordered this stamp yesterday.
Like the way you did this, just beautiful. Putting on all those pearls, that's the hardest part! lol Great job!
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Registered: January 4, 2012 Location: Twin Cities, MN Posts: 819
Fri, Jul 04, 2014 @ 12:27 PM
Yeah, and for some reason the correct photo won't upload here. I photographed it first without the pearls, and then I added the pearls, rephotographed, and reuploaded. I tried uploading the new photo twice, but although the thumbnail is correct, the larger photo is still the old one. Don't know what to do...
Registered: July 23, 2007 Location: Alberta, CANADA Posts: 51818
Fri, Jul 04, 2014 @ 2:04 PM
Wow - STUNNING! Love it. Beautiful embossing with white on kraft. Love the coloring and fun card fold and layers. Awesome card! I haven't seen a sample of this peacock yet - you showed it off incredibly!
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Registered: August 2, 2012 Location: Washington State Posts: 104
Fri, Jul 04, 2014 @ 10:42 PM
Stunning! I have not used the peacock stamp yet other than to stamp an image for my daughter to color for her teacher thank you card for the end of school since the teacher loves peacocks. I have felt kinda overwhelmed by the amount of coloring the stamp needs, but the idea of embossing it is brilliant. I love the look here and you've inspired me to pull the stamp back out and give it some use! Thanks for sharing!
Registered: April 16, 2008 Location: Sherwood, Oregon Posts: 2893
Sat, Jul 05, 2014 @ 9:07 AM
You certainly have showcased a wide variety of techniques using this stamp. They are all equally beautiful, however I think this one is my favorite of the group. The white on Kraft just pops off the page and you are right, really dresses up the card stock! You've inspired me to try this with a new floral stamp I recently acquired. Thanks for sharing all your gorgeous creations!!