Friday, 6 March 2009

The Pink Elephant Challenge 4 - Recipe from Ellas Kitchen


This weeks challenge was a recipe to include die cuts and ribbon. I totally borrowed this idea from a stand at the craft fair at the SECC although she did it in black and white. All you do is cut a circle to match the ink (I die cut one on my Cricut) stamp part of the image (Penny Black Flying Stars stamp I bought yesterday) in Versamark then embossed in white. I stamped the main image in Brilliance Pearlescent Lavender on to a scallop card from Craftwork cards. Then embossed with clear embossing powder. You line up the die cut circle's image over the main image for a snapshot. People have probably been doing this for years but I thought it was a rather novel idea and had never seen it before. The sentiment is another Penny black stamped and embossed to match. I punched 2 hole and then thread and tied my ribbon. Added a few adhesive gemstones to fill in a blank space that need something.

Am away to try some more of these in different colours/stamps etc.

have a great day

6 comments:

Allison said...

stunning Sue, been fiddling with my stamp today too!
AllisonX

Ann said...

This is so effective - I too want to try it out and I must remember to come back and see your experiments. Love your card it has such a gentle feel to it.

Thanks for sharing it with us at the Pink Elephant.

Ann xxx

Carol said...

The stamp is pretty Sue and i love the technique you've used!
It's a gorgeous card and i'm glad you shared it with us at TPE this week :)

Hugs
Carol x

Robin said...

This is a very elegant looking card! I love this technique!
Thanks for joining us at TPE this week!
Robin

LORI said...

Oh So pretty!!

LORI BOYD
http://thepinkelephantchallenge.blogspot.com

Bev said...

This is beautiful Sue, love the image x