Thursday, June 2, 2011

Grungy 9 - One Stamp

This is for Linda's grungy 9 and also for Simon's Say Stamp contest! Well I have to say when I first saw this stamp I loved it because it had clocks and butterflies in it! I took the stamps and used Tim's technique with paint and clear embossing powder. It turned out great! I also put on some metal embellishments and made the little flowers. I just added some bling in the middle and it looks nice. I also used the gel roll pens to outline a few things of interest in the stamped area and to outline the flowers. The punch is a Martha Stewart punch. Anyways, this was a fun one.

I hope everyone has a good week! Look out this week as I hopefully will post my suit-case project. It is a suit case made of Tim's lost and found paper and metal accents, plus mini-album! Check back for it!

10 comments:

  1. I love contrasts and I think you master contrasts in this tag. The black lace trim border versus the white outlined butterfly. The soft colored background against the metal of the gears! This is all so beautiful.

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  2. Love the card. You entered this in the Simon Says Stamp & Show challenge blog. Please make reference to the challenge in your post so we may consider your work in this week's challenge. Thanks for playing along with Simon Says Stamp & Show challenge blog. Your work is very pretty!

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  3. This is so gorgeous. Blue and brown is always a wonderful color combination.

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  4. Love this - you've framed that main stamp beautifully with your mix of embellishments.

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  5. really like your colours and the highlights look great...great use of embellishments too - just right!

    Sarah at 47

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  6. Kelly, this is a fabulous card. Your resist is awesome, the colors are smooth and creamy. Just fantastic.

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  7. What a beautiful card! I love the way you outlined the butterflies - really makes them pop.

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  8. The color combination is fantastic & the white accents give depth. A beautiful piece.

    Debbie C

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