Friday, August 13, 2010

JustRite 029



Here's a card I made using the JustRite 029 sketch. The stamped floral image is from JustRite's 2" wood stamper with 15 pt font and center. I cut the focal image using Spellbinder's labels one die and I used a technique I saw on a video at StampTV, called layering nestabilities labels die. The white panel and turquoise are cut from the same size die and I used the technique for layering my image. I colored the image with Marvy LePlume II blender pen and marker colors ultramarine, black, leaf green and sky blue. I adhered rhinestones to the flower centers for a little bling. I stamped the greeting and adhered it with dimensional adhesive and nestled it above two Prima flowers that I layered together. I threaded the Basic Grey button with DMC floss and adhered to the center of these flowers.

Full supply details:
Stamps - JustRite 2" wood stamper w/15 pt font and center
Die cut - Spellbinders' label one
Ink - Marvy Le Plume II markers #50, #1, #48 & #75; Stampin Up tempting turquoise
Stampin Up cs - tempting turquoise, kiwi kiss
Patterned paper - My Mind's Eye
Prima Flowers
Button - Basic Grey
Floss - DMC white
Ribbon - Michaels
Embellishment - rhinestones

4 comments:

Carolyn King said...

Very nice! love how you used the sketch!!

Laura (scrapnextras) said...

Beautiful! I like how you put the sentiment over the flower instead of the image!

Liz Weber said...

Hi Elaine, love this very pretty card, great work with the layering and stamping and fab take on the sketch!

Marjorie said...

Querida Elaine, tienes una creatividad genial y un gusto exquisito en la combinación de los colores y en el empleo de los accesorios finales que le dan ese toque tan tuyo a tus trabajos. Gracias por deleitarnos, inspirarnos y dar un toque mágico a esta parte de las manualidades como es el scrap. Pronto estaré regresando para ver más de tus trabajos. Desde ya soy tu nueva seguidora. Cariños y feliz domingo
Desde Venezuela quien te sigue

Marjorie Arte y Papel
http://mararteypapel.blogspot.com