I have been saving this shopping bag from Coldwater Creek because I think it is so pretty and I was inspired to create a look alike card. It was fun to make as emboss resist is one of my favorite techniques. I wanted to have more and wider layers around it but I didn't plan ahead for the size of the card. It is a 6" card, as big as I can make, and I didn't want to cut off any of my work to get more layers. Thanks for looking.
Date: Monday, April 28, 2008 GMT Views: 2033
Stamps: Wild Rose, Petal Prints, Artfully Asian, Embrace Life, Elegant Cheer, Rubbernecker for the dragonfly
Paper: Whisper White, Taken with Teal, some other 12x12 white sheet for the card base.
Ink: Soft Sky, Cool Caribbean, Tempting Turquoise, Taken with Teal, Not Quite Navy, Brocade Blue
Accessories: VersaMark Pad and Versamarker, Clear embossing powder, sponges, Eclipse paper for masking, Stamp a ma jig, White gel pen
Registered: April 3, 2007 Location: In a state of oblivion.... Posts: 12383
Mon, Apr 28, 2008 @ 2:06 PM
Simply gorgeous - looks like they're a set! Awesome job on the emboss resist - love what you've done! :)
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Registered: September 12, 2007 Location: Wake Forest, NC Posts: 61619
Mon, Apr 28, 2008 @ 2:35 PM
Oh, Becky, I could never do this with all those techniques! This is absolutely drop dead gorgeous, and I swear it looks just like the bag - oh, how terrific is that. You might want to make another and send to coldwater creek! They might really be interested in your card for their extra-special customers! It's totally awesome. Plus, it's the perfect size!
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