Friday, September 19, 2008

Striped Silhouettes


Today I used a terrific and fun technique that Beate wrote for SCS called Striped Wipe. I am not really a techniques kind of person (only because it takes me long enough to make a card as it is!), but I really liked this one. It was easy and fun! Be sure to check out the tutorial!

Baja Breeze, Certainly Celery and Perfect Plum are my three background colors. I used to use Perfect Plum all the time, and realized I hadn't in a very long time! This was a really fun card to make. I chose the silhouette stamp from Upsy Daisy (Stampin' Up!) so that I could also do the SCS Ways To Use It Challenge. The flowers are stamped with VersaFine Onyx Black ink. The patterned DP is two-sided, with the solid blue being the flip side of the pattern.

Be sure to check back tomorrow for some fun stuff!! :)

Stamps: UpsyDaisy
Paper: Perfect Plum, Glossy White, Scribbles Palette Mat Stack DP by Paper Reflections
Ink: VersaFine Onyx Black, Certainly Celery, Baja Breeze, Perfect Plum
Accessories: brads by The Paper Studio, small and large oval punches, word window punch, Martha Stewart border punch, rick rack, paper piercer
Techniques: Striped Wipe, piercing

11 comments:

  1. Wow! Your design is so light and ethereal, it's almost as though it's not even there! ;)

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  2. Love the colors in the bg-very pretty. I like the snowy santa card too-pretty as well. tfs

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  3. ohhh I really like your card! I love the row of brads on a diagonal!

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  4. I love the way that you've graded the colours. great layout too.

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  5. Oh my! Oh my! Oh my!! This is stunning Judy!! I love the colors..and the silhouette is just so beautiful!! Fabulous card!!

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  6. i am gonna have to check it out--this is fantastic--love the sky!

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  7. You outdid yourself on this one girl. I love the colors and the brad placement and the scallops and piercing. OK, love the whole package!

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  8. Judy, this is gorgeous! What a fantastic background technique. Thanks for sharing and showcasing so well...I'm off to visit the tutorial (thanks for the link!)

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  9. What a gorgeous card this is.....the silouette images are perfect...wonderful colors. I love it!

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  10. I love this card. Yes the mandarin is still there. My mom lives just around the corner. Thank you for the kind comments on my blog. I plan to try and update it more.

    I am the one who lives in bountiful, Utah.

    Hugs
    Jaunice Minor

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