Friday, April 27, 2012

sending warm wishes (shaped card)

Quick post to share this card.  Shaped card.  check. Sunshine. check.  Flowers.  check.  Favorite technique heat embossing and distress inking.  check.


That's why this slice of happiness sneaked in for the monthly Hero Arts challenge before the deadline.

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And to the new challenge (couldn't even begin to get my head around the last one!) at CASual Fridays.


And there's an Emboss Resist challenge/blog hop at Blockhead Stamps.  Check out the tutorial Colleen D. did here.  And if you scroll down you will find the link to Blockhead and the challenge info.

Used my WMS doily to create a sun image.  IMO at least.

Folded yellow CS and die cut card base being careful to place the die above the fold so that the top would remain folded.  Duh.  Die cut white top piece and the window out of it then stamped the flowers and message.  Strange place for a button?  Three guesses and the first two don't count.
A smudge.

Attached the image to the card base and the white panel with foam adhesive.  That's it for now.  It will become either a birthday or get well card when it grows up :)

Have a bright and sunny weekend.

Supplies sending warm wishes:
Paper:Neenah,   CS American Crafts
Stamps: doily WMS, flowers and sentiment Hero Arts CL272
Ink: Distress Ink Ranger, black Versafine
Tools: die Spellbinders
Other: button Sew Sweet, twine

20 comments:

Pauline said...

This is gorgeous Maria! I love this technique, and that fab window shape too!

Mitra Pratt said...

That is an amazing card!

Charmaine Stack said...

What a beauty! I loved that line about "when it grows up" because I often change cards after I have posted them to my blog - adding things, etc. and then deciding what I will use them for!

M said...

Gorgeous! M x

Colleen Dietrich said...

Oh, yay! I am SO glad you are playing in this challenge, Maria!! Yes, I do definitely think that looks like a sun. THanks for the shout out, too.

FAB job doing the Emboss Resist, girl! THanks for playing with the Blockheads. :)

Jackie Rockwell said...

This is such a colorful and striking card! Love it Maria!!!

Karen B. said...

Beautiful card, from the shape to the bold, yet softly shaded, color!

Laura Davis said...

This is lovely!
Thanks for playing at CAS-ual Fridays!
Laura

Karen McAlpine said...

Love the bright, sun shininess of your card!! So cool how you added the frame over the image. Thanks for joining in on the fun at the Blockheads Technique Challenge!!

Karin Åkesdotter said...

This is so beautiful! Love the shape and your stamping is PERFECT!
Have a great day, hugs, Karin

Laura Jane said...

I am LOVIN' the ORANGE! Great cards in the challenge, fun technique.

Jenny said...

Love the shape of the card Maria and the snuggly fitting sentiment :0)
fabulous inking too :0)
Jenny x

Maria@Crafty Cre8tions said...

Just gorgeous!!!!!! Love the shape of the card and the window! I haven't made a window card like this in a while and will have to now!!! Just gorgeous emboss resist too!!!!

Vicky said...

Fabulous shape and love how you've placed the doily stamp - fabulous! :)x

Helen in the UK said...

Great colour :)

JJ Bolton said...

That came out so lovely! It's like it's glowing:) Those doily stamps are some of my faves!

Hope you're having a great day Maria!

Michele Gross said...

What a wonderful project! I'm so glad you joined the fun at CAS-ual Fridays!

Bethany said...

This is gorgeous...I love the design :)

Leigh S-B - The Sharpie Domino Queen said...

Absolutely stunning Maria!! Thanks for playing with us in the Blockheads Emboss Resist Technique Challenge!

Mel M. M. McCarthy said...

WOW! Such a stunner. I need to use my distress inks more, but never think of things like your framed card. It really makes the colours pop & cleans the look of the inking up. Thanks for the lovely inspiration!

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