Thursday, September 24, 2009

SD Banner of Joy and FTL60

Happy TGIF you all!!!

Oh my new flooring is beautiful and it makes the room look so much bigger!!! It was worth all the action that comes along with this transitions- LOL!!!

Well, I told you yesterday that some of my stampin' didn't turn out as planned...I redid some of the projects and here is what I created.

Both cards are from the same Penny Black - Banner of Joy Set that is available at Stamper's Dreams.

For the first card I used the FTL60 Sketch. As you can tell I turned it into a bigger square sized card - it measures 5 1/2" x 5 1/2.




















The Christmas ornament was inked in Versamark and embossed with Black Embossing Powder. Pretty straight forward take on the Sketch!!!!

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Next is the card that gave me a headache - LOL!!!

Okay - here is what I was trying to do....I thought I'd go ahead and do the *Cracked Glass* technique....as I was adding the Versamark and the Embossing Powder several times in a row....I tried to *crack it * and it just wouldn't.......I was sooooo mad!!! After I gave up I decided it was time for me to clean up and head to bed. Well, as I was cleaning I looked at the EP Container and discovered that I was using the wrong Embossing Powder - duh - no wonder it would crack - LOL!!! I used Clear EP instead of the Glassy Glaze Enamel...I guess I wasn't thinking straight - LOL!!!

So I was cutting my loses and decided to make it a more *vintage* looking card!!!




















The Design Paper is from the Ski Slope Collection. I stamped the *angel* first with Tuxedo Memento Black Ink.

Next I colored it with several different Copic Markers. Then I added the Versamark & the Crystal Clear (wrong EP - he,he,he) and repeated this step several times. After the image cooled off I bended it a few times and tried to achieve the *vintage* look.

Next I distressed the edges of the DP and the card base using this Antique Linen Ink Pad.

At last I added the sentiment using Memento Black Ink, the Antique Brass Jumbo Eyelets with the Red Rhinestone Brads inside.

Hope you like the cards???

Be sure to stop by later in the evening as I'm showing off another project for a Blog Hop :) !!!

Have a great day and hope to see you later!?!?


~Supply List~ 1st card

Stamp Set: Banner of Joy (Penny Black)
Ink: Versamark
Cardstock: White, Real Red
Accessories: Black Gingham Ribbon and Silver Pearls (Michael's), Corner Rounder Punch, Black Embossing Powder, Scor-it, Silver Cord
Technique: Heat Embossing and Scoring


~Supply List~

Stamp Set: Banner of Joy (Penny Black)
Ink: Memento Black, Versamark, Antique Linen, Copic Markers
Cardstock: Vintage Cream (PTI)
Design Paper: Ski Slope
Accessories: Clear EP, Antique Brass Jumbo Eyelets, Red Rhinestone Brads, Classic Rectangle Spellbinder Die
Technique: Heat Embossing, Distressing with Ink

21 comments:

Cindy Haffner said...

Silke love yur cards, so pretty.

NinaB said...

Hi, Silke. Your cards are beautiful. I used some silver pearls on my card yesterday and couldn't help thinking of you. You got me hooked on these:-).

Viv said...

Now Silke! You know you can do no wrong! LOL Both these cards are so different yet so pretty.
Hugs Viv xx

chercroppin said...

Both are gorgeous Silke...love the black/white with the red, that ornament image is so classy!

Love the angel card...love that blue with the red for Christmas (I will have to try this color combo for a holiday card too), and the rhinestone brads are fabulous...Amazing coloring job too hun!

Jerri Kay said...

Oh my gosh, Silke, what a joy to see both of these gorgeous cards first thing in the morning. They are both absolutely stunning!

Grace said...

Silke they are both so beautiful!!! Love the CAS layout on the first and great stamp! Love the cracked glass technique on the second one!!!! You never cease to amaze me gf!

Velta said...

Both cards are just beautiful! LOL on the wrong EP...I have done that before too! It really is no laughing matter...but your cracked glass look turned out perfectly!

the whimsical butterfly said...

Absolutely STUNNING-both of them! I'm glad I have some of that DP left from last year...I haven't seen it in a while and it's just GORGEOUS!

jdmommy said...

Both cards are beautiful...and both have RED! I'm in Heaven!!!

Makiko Jones said...

OMG! What beautiful cards!! I've got to try the technique!! It gives such a cool look!

Michelle (sf9erfan) said...

GOR-GUS! Both! Have a great weekend girlie! Hugs,

Jenny Gropp said...

Ohhhh all those little pearls lined up so nice and neat -- I LOVE IT!
Fab cards SILKE!!!!

Betty Wright said...

WOW!!! Both are so gorgeous and beautifully done, Silke!!! Wonderful work!!! Great cards!!!

Connie M. said...

These are both just so beautiful, Silke! Love your ornament on the first, and the cracked glass is just so perfect on the second!!

maryr917 said...

both cards are beautiful-love the pearls on your 1st one

Michelle (Lady2cu) said...

How did I miss this post earlier today??? I have to say that both cards are absolutely gorgeous! And I love each of them for different reasons. The simplicity and clean lines of the first one is beautiful. And I LOVE the colors and style of the second. Great work, Silke!!!

Denise (peanutbee) said...

Awwwwwe-some cards, gf!

Danni said...

Love these! Amazing creations!

Our Little Inspirations said...

I think both these cards are fabulous!!! I love the ornament card with all the silver pearls! WOWSAH!! The cracked glass effect looks good to me, even if it didn't turn out the way you wanted it to! Glad you got your floor done, happy stamping!!!

Deb said...

So beautiful, Silke! I love the elegance you have achieved with both of these! They just couldn't be any more lovely!

Natasha said...

What a wonderfully elegant creation! Gorgeous!