Thursday, August 26, 2010

Daisy vs. the Rose

Happy Thursday and the last day of Innovative Stamp Creations August release! I have two for you today:

Monochromatic Dream:

I just can't help myself - I LOVE black and cream cards! The background image is a large shipping tag that I embossed one side with one of Tim's texture folder and rubbed black ink over. The Daisy from the Nature Silhouette III was stamped in black and I think this really makes the detail pop on the image! The hinge is from one of Tim's Sizzix dies. If you look at the next pic you can see the "Dream" stamp that I am so in love with!!!


Vintage Rose:

The background was created using the large image in the Sketch of Roses II stamp sheet - I inked with Antique Linen ink and then used markers to color some of the background. Since I used the AL distress ink I was able to add some gold embossing powder at the top. The hinge is the faux metal technique.

The Rose is a FABULOUS grunge paper ribbon Rose - can I say easy - here's a link to the tutorial on Lynn's blog - give it a try you'll be surprised how fast you can make these!!! The only thing that I did not like was the added liquid pearls on the rose - I'll skip that step next time!

Take a little to time see the the other designers created:


Happy Creating!

KAT

The Stuff:
Stamps - all Innovative Stamp Creations - Nature Silhouette III, Sketch of Roses III

7 comments:

LynneForsythe said...

whoo hooo Kat....great job at the GrungePaper Rose!! you did a fab job!! Thanks for sharing my tutorial!!

Lori said...

Fab pieces, and that black/cream combo is quite stunning! Great job with the roses, aren't they cool?

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

Both of these are wonderful, Kat! Love all the distressing and vintage colors. Your rose is beautiful!

Starla said...

OMG, Kat!! All your creations for this week are just WONDERFUL!! Love the vintage look of each one!

Tracy Evans said...

I really like these colours, very classy and always look stunning together. Love the flowers on the first card, particularly stunning. Tracy x

Joanne (jojot) said...

wow...gorgeous.....thanks also for the link to the tutorial

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