Thursday, August 12, 2010

It's Embossable at OCC, and a Mojo Sketch

Good day everyone!  This first card I made following the MojoMonday151 sketch.  I really liked this one.  I had this image sitting on my desk since I got back from Vermont in May.  I found the stamp at a scrapbook shop in Memphis.  I stamped it with dove gray Stazon onto glossy cardstock.  It doesn't show up well in the picture, but looks pretty IRL.  Cut out with Spellbinders Labels 11, as was the Kraft CS mat,  inked with Distress inks. Base card is SU! CS.  Background DP is from Mirabelle stack by The Paper Studio. Used Cuttlebug embossing folder on HOTP paper, running it through several times to get the "cracked" look from the paper breaking. MS Cornice edge punch, Spellbinders label for sentiment, which is from SU!

For this next card, a friend asked me to make her 30 thank-you cards, with specs being simple and earthy with a little glitz.  So here's my take on that.  I decided to use this card for this week's Our Creative Corner 
challenge...embossing, any kind of embossing.  This is a Quickutz  folder Shelbie picked out on our trip back from Vermont, from the same scrapbook shop in Memphis.  Embossed the paper, inked and distressed the edges, attached to base card.  Added yellow Stickles for the glitz.  Somehow I smudged some ink onto the CS, so it got covered with the tiny butterfly.  Thought it looked cute, so half the cards got butterflies. :)


cabio's craft corner said...

Beautiful textures on the cards. Both are wonderfully done and they are so elegant :o)

6 wacky women said...

Gorgeous card, Nancy
I just love the image...beautiful!

Karen x

Tracy said...

The thank you card is too cute! Wouldn't have know about the slip up if you hadn't tattled! :)
The first card is beautiful. I love, love that image. So soft and elegant.

Trinh said...

Beautiful card, Nancy! The image you used is so pretty, especially in that soft gray.

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

Both cards are so pretty! I like the gold stems on the second card.

Barb said...

These cards are beautiful. I especially love the vintage look of the top one. I'm getting caught up on blog-hopping and hope to get back to making cards soon. Lots to catch up on!