Tuesday, January 24, 2012

More Pottery With Love


I wanted to share another card with you using yesterday's "Inspired by Belleek Pottery" technique. And I also wanted to share how you can stamp RIGHT ON pottery and have a beautiful collector's piece that you have made!

But first things first. My card today is made with images from Nature's Path by Rubber Stamp Tapestry. This darling little set makes beautiful delicate designs. I used a Spellbinders Heart die and punched out a heart template to sponge for my guide, and then stamped the wreath. I finished off with Love Block Stamp in another Spellbinders heart.

I added a second panel using the Inspired by Belleek Pottery technique (CLICK HERE) and a Sizzix embossing folder with Sahara Sand ink.

NOW, to see some really beautiful pottery and art using Rubber Stamp Tapestry's stamps on ceramic bisque, CLICK HERE. Susan has some gorgeous tutorials and ideas to show you about how easy it is! Here is a peek:
I did not make this! This is one of the many works of art that Susan has made using Rubber Stamp Tapestry's stamps. Have a look! You will love the technique and end results~!

Other challenges:
Cooking It Up With Katie - Heart, emboss, punch
Crafts and Me - pink and sparkly
Creative Belli - fancy frames
Inky Impressions - heart you
My Mum's Craft shop - flowers
Simon Says Stamp - anything goes
Whimsy Inspiration - pearls or bling
Anything Goes Challenge - To The One I Love
My Time To Craft - Your Favourite Embellishment
Sweet Stamps - Love


Stamps: Nature's Path & Love Block Stamp by Rubber Stamp Tapestry
Paper: Rose Red, Sahara Sand, Whisper White
Ink: Rose Romance (retired), Sahara Sand, Always Artichoke, Mellow Moss
Accessories: Diamond Stickles, Kaiser Blush Pearls, Spellbinders heart die cuts, Sizzix EF, sparkly ric rac (RRR)

26 comments:

Snoopy said...

This card is absolutely gorgeous! I love all the soft sweet colors.

Hugs,
Snoopy :D

http://snoopyshomemadefun.blogspot.com/

Ellen said...

Oh Judy you read my mind! I have not had a chance to make my card for this challenge but was looking at the pottery today and decided that RST's stamps were the way to go. I hope mine is just half as gorgeous as yours!
hugs,
Ellen

Shona Erlenborn said...

Such a beautiful, intricate card. Beautifully feminine - love the softness.

Yvonne Hagane said...

Oh my! That card is so beautiful!!

Karalee Ingram said...

Oh Judy, what an absolutely gorgeous card. Actually, it's a work of art. Wow!

Wanda Cullen said...

Judy, your card is GORGEOUS!! I have to say this is one of my fave techniques ever! I made 2 DT challenge cards (one will post Friday for Raise the Bar and one on Sat. for ODBDSLC) using this idea and will use is over and over again! It gives such a great BG look!

Sabrina said...

The colours in your card are fabulous, they have a timeless elegance.
I don't know if you came across Nicholas Mosse pottery when you were over here. I remember once seeing a demonstration of it in the Kilkenny Design shop - very like the photo you have here, only less ornate.

email: Steph@SimonSaysStamp.com said...

Beautiful card! I love the layers! And the floral heart is so sweet!

Thanks for sharing with Simon Says Stamp!
-Liz

Anita said...

This is stunning. I absolutely love that heart stamp. Thanks for playing along with us at Inky Impressions Challenges. Hugs, Anita

Shannin said...

Your card is absolutely gorgeous! I love the heart you used. Thank you so much for joining us for our “Heart You” Challenge over at Inky Impressions Challenges. I hope you have a wonderful week and good luck.

Hugs
Shannin

Diane's Card Designs said...

Wow this is so pretty! Love the heart stamp and what a fab layout. Thanks for joining us at MMCS Challenge this week.
Diane xx

NanaConnie said...

Incredible, Judy! So feminine and so elegant. Love the embossing and sponged heart. Thanks so much for playing along in our challenge at Cooking It Up with Katie. Good luck in the challenge and we want to see more of your work regularly.
NanaConnie DT Chef

Robin Parker said...

Amazing! This is gorgeous! Love the heart wreath, the embossed bg. Everything is wonderful. Thanks for sharing on the Belli Challenge for Frames.

Dawn's Craft Place said...

Joy this is so beautiful-I just love the belleck challenge you shared at Splitcoast.
So soft and romantic.
Thank you for sharing with us this week at
Sweet Stamps Challenge
Have a sweet week.

jonim52 said...

Gorgeous, love the dry embossing.Thanks for joining in the fun at Inky Impressions.

Buladi said...

What a precious work Judy.Every thing is wonderful.I love heart loving stamp.

Plastic Card
Plastic Card Printing

Melissa Bove (SCS ~ Melissa1872) said...

Wow! Amazing card! Your design is fabulous and that heart is just stunning!!

Thank you very much for joining us this week at the Simon Says Stamp Challenge Blog!

Hugs...
Melissa

Joey said...

Judy your card is so pretty, gorgeous design, thanks for joining us at inky impressions. Joey x

Shelby said...

An absolutely beautifully designed card! Love the flower heart and your embossing works just wonderfully. Thanks for joining us at MMCS

Shelby

Shelly Schmidt said...

Your card is just beautiful! I love the soft and subtle colors. Wow- love the pottery- and the intricate pattern. Thanks for joining in the Belli challenge- hope to see you next challenge!

Jackie said...

Wow, this is amazing! I love all of the detail you added to this card, it is so soft and beautiful! Thank you for joining us this week at the Inky Impressions Challenge!

Steph said...

What a gorgeous card, I love the heart shaped pattern you've created and the soft colours are so pretty! Thanks for joining us at Anything Goes, hope to see you again soon! x

Rose said...

Judy, your Rubberstamp Tapestry heart wreath looks beautiful on this lovely card. So glad to see your entry at the Crafts and Me digi team's Pink and Sparkly challenge. ~ Rose

Gaynor said...

Just beautiful, love the colours, thanks for sharing with us at Anything goes, hope to see you again, Gaynor DT :)

maiju said...

Wau, beautiful card.

Gloria said...

Please tell me the name of the embossing folder you used on this delightful card. I love the embossing, and this pattern is perfect for highlighting the "pottery look".