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Saturday, February 28, 2009


Our Daily Bread Designs had a sketch challenge this week. Since I was away the majority of the week, I was just able to complete it. lol!! I completed it this a.m. and was hoping to load it then but my computer and I have been fighting all day. IT won out until now. HOW FRUSTRATING!!! Anyway.... here it is. The set I used is another sneak peak of "You are the Potter" from Our Daily Bread Designs to be released tomorrow, March 1!!Instead of using a paper panel on the left side of my card, I decided to add some texture and use burnt orange velvet and off-white lace. I water colored the pots using Stampin up Markers and my aqua brush. The brown frame is Prism Metallic paper also available at ODBD. I love this paper!! I dry embossed it using one of my floral cuttlebug folders. I normally don't use oranges but I felt the color gave it more of a southwest feel with a touch of elegance.
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Stamps- You are the Potter- Our Daily Bread Designs
Paper- Prism Brown Metallic Paper available at Our Daily Bread Designs, Sassafrass "Pocket Full of Roses" DP
Accessories- American Crafts Burnt Orange ribbon, Wright Off white lace, cuttlebug floral embossing folder, embossing powder (gold), brown thread, sewing machine
I hope you are all having a fantastic weekend!! Thanks for visiting!! I appreciate all your comments!!!

11 comments:

Stef H: (Illinois, US) said...

Well first, thanks for sharing the sketch. Second, holy moly! That card is gorgeous. My DH being an American Indian (who looks more Irish than AI) loves the SW look as do I. This is just fabulous. You put so much love & talent into your work.

Bunny-Zoe's Blog said...

I love the texture and dimension to your card Chris, the velvet and lace is gorgeous, Hope your having a great Sunday, Big Hugs, Nikki x

Cindy Haffner said...

Perfect, awesome job. Happy Sunday.

Denise (peanutbee) said...

Oh wow, love the lace and the embossed panel!!

Becky said...

This is stunning, I love the rich colors of this, and all the details are just fab.

Pat (mspfd) said...

This is beautiful. Awesome details and gorgeous coloring.

Angie Z ~ Duckwaddlequack said...

This is wonderful! Love the velvet and lace and all the layers!

my5bratz said...

guess I know your new favourite stamp ;0) another GORGEOUS card :0)

Diane said...

This is just beautiful! I just ordered that stamp set. Love all the verses that go with it, and the Southwest look will be new for me. You did a fantastic job of coloring and the layout is wonderful. Love the card. Thanks for signing up to follow my blog. I appreciate that so very much!

Michelle said...

OMGosh Chris, this is beautiful! Very nice!

Janna said...

OMGoodness this is just so pretty!!! I love the frame you created with your nesties and eb floder! it looks like metal and your coloring on those pots is perfect!

smiles,
janna

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