Friday, October 30, 2009

FTL#66

When I saw the rectangular panel in Natasha's sketch I immediately thought of the house from PTI's Boards and Beams and the Holiday Addition set. I also just got some new Cuttlebug Border embossing folders that I thought I'd use instead of patterned paper. My sentiment is a little high for this sketch but I think it works okay. I cut out the image with my long rectangle Nestabilities and attached it to the card with SU! Dimensionals. Supplies: Stamps - PaperTrey Boards and Beams, Boards and Beams Additions; Ink - Memento Rich Cocoa; Paper - PaperTrey Stampers Select; Misc - Copic markers, SU! markers, Nestabilities, SU! Dimensionals, Cuttlebug Border embossing folders, Scor-pal

11 comments:

  1. EEEEEEE!!!!! STOP RIGHT NOW!!!!! I am not buying that set, I am not buying that set, I am NOT buying that set!!!

    I don't color usually and have resisted this set easily...until now. What a magnificent card, Harriet! Both warm and crisp at the same time. Amazing!

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  2. Lovely, Harriet! I really like the embossing with this sketch

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  3. Gotta tell you I LOVE THIS BLOG!! and subscribed. I want to be more clean and simple and not feel like I have to had so much stuff to every card! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  4. Harriet, this is just beautiful!!! The sentiment perfectly goes with the house, and the Cuttlebugged snowflakes and rooftops lend a wonderful feeling to the whole card. Your coloring on the house is so lovely. The whole card evokes a warm, fuzzy feeling......right after that "Ohhhh!" when you first see it. It's just gorgeous, Harriet.

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  5. Your card is great! I love it how you incorporated embossing!!!

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  6. I had a great time with this challenge. Thanks! My card is here - http://istamppaperink.blogspot.com/2009/11/three-challenges-one-card.html

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  7. Such clever use of the Cuttlebug template with stamped image!!! Gorgeous!!

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  8. Just beautiful! What a great idea!

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  9. The embossing is a great accent to your image.

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