July 14, 2009

Sunshiny Birthday

Hello Everyone,

Looks like another dreary day today here in Southern Saskatchewan. Time for inside play with the children and some craft time.

Today I'm sharing with you a resist emboss card. I'll be doing a tutorial over at Scrapbook Star on the 15th, so come by and say hi. This card was created with the Shore Thoughts Set from Lizzie Anne Designs. I tell ya, this set is crazy versatile. My inspiration came from the shore lines of North Carolina. I've never been but have a few wonderful magazines that show that grass to the sea shot, and I just love it. So much so, that I used some dried grass that I purchased at a dollar store to complete the card.

Now on with the show.



Supplies
Card stock: Prism
Patterned Paper: Cosmo Cricket
Embossing Powder: Tsukeniko
Spellbinders: Classic Rectangle, Scallop Rectangle
Stamps: Shore Thoughts-Lizzie Anne Designs
Ink: Versamark, Memento
Tools: Scor-Pal, Purple Cows Paper Trimmer, Precision Scissors, Heat Gun
Other: seashells, dried grass

13 comments:

  1. oh erika! it is such a joy coming here! this is beautiful.

    hugs,

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  2. Beautiful!!! I did spend a summer as a kid at the outer banks in North Carolina. Wonderful memories and your card is doing them justice!!

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  3. This is a very beautiful card! I love all the layers and elements you added to this card.

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  4. This is a beautiful card. I just love the shells and emboss.

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  5. Dang girl, this is beautiful! I love all the metallic effect on the card.
    We have a dready weather here too. What's up with summer eh?!

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  6. Southern Saskatchewan to North Carolina - I love it =)

    As a former southern SKer, I say keep up the beautiful cards!

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  7. Stunning card! Awesome color and detail! Blessings to you!

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  8. Erika, this is fantastic! love the dried grass! perfect touch!

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  9. Oh, this is so creative!!!! Love what you did with this card (:

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  10. Very interesting. Love the different elements!

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