Thursday, November 1, 2012

White On White

  It's brrrrr November 1st! New month, new challenge at The Stampsmith Challenge Blog! We're looking for Monocromatic Whites, with at least one Stampsmith stamp. This stamp is from the Thank Heaven For Little Girls #1 sheet.
  Got out my embossing folders, which I haven't used in quite awhile. Also some die cuts and punches and went to town! I very seldom if ever use white card stock because by the time I'm finished making the card, there's ink here, ink there, something else smudged over there! 
  Embossing folders used were, Cuttlebug Textile, Tim Holtz Texture Fades: Fancy Frame and Floral Frame. Card base was scored on the MS Scoring Pad. Lace is from local fabric store. I had to use DI Vintage Photo here and there; couldn't resist!

The flower is Tim Holtz Tattered Flower Garland. The butterflies are Martha Stewart 3-in-one butterfly punch. They are embossed using CB Swiss Dots ef.

The flourish is Memory Box Riveriera Corner. I used half of it on the front and the other half inside. 
Inside showing top and bottom

  This is the bottom inside. Used the TH Fancy Frame Texture Fade. Will stamp a sentiment in the middle.

The inside top with the other half of the Memory Box corner flourish.

The back. CB Textile ef.

Entering this card in:
1. Simon Says Stamp and Show: Just Add Pearl
2. The Stamp Man November Challenge: Emboss It 

Hope you get out your Stampsmith stamps and give it a go! Have a great week and thanks for stopping by!

i made it myself!


morkaren said...

Sikken et dejligt kort, og en rigtig god ide med tyl over motivet, det gir en skøn virkning. knus morkaren.

Anonymous said...

The embossing is beautiful. It is at such times I do wish I owned a die-cutting/embossing gadget.
Beautiful creation Debbie.

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Very pretty piece, the touch of colour is very classy. Love the beautiful embossing and your layout . Gorgeous imensional flower and added butterflies. Thanks so much for joining in the Simon Says Stamp and Show Challenge. Tracy x

Marjie Kemper said...

What a stunning card, Debbie! I can't get over the beauty of the stacked flower and all that gorgeous texture.

butterfly said...

Such a beautiful creation - absolutely loved it when I saw it at The Stampsmith... the embossing looks just amazing, and I love that the back and the inside looks almost as good as the front!
Alison x

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