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Thursday, September 8, 2011

Glitter Queens Blog Hop

I used versamark to stamp the images on Early Edition DSP. I used clear embossing powder and heat set. I then sponged old olive ink over the entire image. Lastly, I removed the ink from the embossed images with a clean cloth. I added two leaves that were stamped on old olive with versamark & clear embossing powder. I inked over the leaves with cajun craze, removed excess ink with a clean cloth, and cut out using snips.


I used:
Paper: Early Espresso CS #119686, Very Vanilla CS #101650, Early Edition DSP #, Old Olive CS #100702
Stamps: French Foliage #121166, Afterthoughts -retired hostess
Ink: Early Espresso Marker #119680, Old Olive #102277, Cajun Craze #119671, Veramark #102283
Other: Vanilla Taffeta Ribbon #109071, Clear Embossing Powder #109130, non-SU brad, Glue Dots #103683


Hopefully you arrived at my blog from after visiting with Bridget Owens. Next on the hop is Dee Slater. To visit Dee's blog click here. Be sure and visit all of the Glitter Queens on this week's hop for more project ideas and chances to win BLOG CANDY!  Just in case you missed someone along the way, links to the all of the Glitter Queen blog hoppers can be found below in order from beginning to end. Thanks for stopping by and happy hopping!!! 


I will be offering a little blog candy during the blog hop. Leave a comment for your chance to win....




Pines & Poinsettias is a new set offered in the current Holiday Mini. If you don't have your Holiday Mini Catalog yet, you can click HERE to view it online. 


Thanks for hopping along and visiting me on the blog hop! See you tomorrow!









18 comments:

Kathy said...

I love this card! Thanks for sharing.

Kris Van Allen said...

oh my gosh, this card is gorgeous!!

Linda:) said...

This is absolutely gorgeous! I see a CASEing in my future. I would totally love to win...this card! (the stamp set is nice, too).

Linda Plett

Pat Smith said...

I do love emboss resist on the Early Edition dsp---looks way cool!

Mum of 4 said...

OOOOHHHH!!! Was my first response to this card. So pretty!
Kristie G.
thisday at ne dot rr dot com

Anonymous said...

Thanks for this beautiful card idea! I need to make my son a birthday card and I really like how you stamped on the Early Edition DSP. Can't wait to check in tomorrow to see your next project!
janiemoore 49 at gmail dot com

Bridgett said...

I have never thought of using the embossing resist technique on anything other than card stock. I love this!! Thanks for sharing.

tammy s said...

very nice. love the spotlight look on your card. thanks for sharing!

Hello, I'm Tami, said...

Love your card, great use of embossing techniques!

robin said...

thanks for a chance to win a great set of stamps..loved your card.

rls

Gina Wrona said...

awesome project!
i'm finally getting around to visiting everybody.
Hugs,
Gina

Pat P. (KittyKitty366@aol.com) said...

Gorgeous, I like the whole concept of this card, love the stamp set, thanks for sharing.

lisa808 said...

Great look stamping and sponging on the DSP.

Deborah said...

This is a beautiful card it gives the look of masking but seems a lot quicker. Great job with todays project.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful card ! Thanks for sharing such a lovely idea.
Cindy Henry

Carrie K said...

I love this! Thanks for sharing the technique!!

carpediem said...

beautiful card....thanks for sharing this technique! laura j

Anonymous said...

I must try this technique! embossing on the DSP - very elegant! Thanks for sharing! Connie G

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