Here's my card for the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge
- "Let's Be Clear" - to use something clear on your card. I used a strip of clear acrylic packaging that I saved and ran through the Big Shot with a Cuttlebug ef. To anchor it onto the poppy panel, I attached it with mini brads. I used a SU Summer Silhouettes stamp for the image, heat embossing it with clear ep, then sponging it with red, orange and yellow pigment inks. The sentiment is from CAS-ual Friday stamps, and I added 3 more mini brads to the image panel. The dsp is retired SU! pure poppy.
I'm also entering this into the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers #12
- "B is for brads or buttons." There's no snarky this time around......I'm being nice instead :)
Thanks for stopping by and make it a great day!
Morning Carol super card hun really stunning love it and thanks for explaining your method hugs Judith xxx
A very beautiful card. I love the colours you used.
Thank you for joining us at Simon Says Wednesday Challenge this week.
Oh my Carol this is a beautiful card. I love silhouettes anyway, so this caught my eye! The clear embossed packaging material make for a great look on this card! I love that you attached it with brads, your sponging looks great too. I want to do a similar effect for a card I have in mind. Now just to get the time to do it! lol Hugs, Brenda
WoW Carol! There are so many things I adore about this card...the embossed acetate, the sponging, that image...and of course the brads :)
Thanks for playing along with the sisterhood of snarky stampers for the "B is for Buttons or Brads" challenge!
Love your sponging on here Carol! Such pretty, pretty colors to use with that image. Great way to use the clear acrylic too.
LOVE the clear piece on there. Embossing it was very clever as was the way you attached it. Now then I'm going to have to hunt down some clear stuff to emboss and give this technique a whirl.
For some reason your card sparked the perfect card idea for me for the Snarky Sisters, if only I have a stamp for it... we shall see. It has absolutely nothing to do with your card but that's how my brain works sometimes. Most times.
Very cool technique with the packaging! Thanks for playing with us at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers!
Oh you gotta know this is MY kind of card. Love that bird silhouette, and so very beautiful with your sunset sponging. I'm really impressed at the way the ef embossed with the acetate. That is so classy, with great texture. Again, great dp combination to accentuate the beautiful focal image. WTGo. TFS & Hugs
The colors look wonderful as they slide into different shades. I didn't know you had this pretty set! Hmmm! Your clear element looks great!
WOW, Carol, that embossed panel looks fabulous, I must try this!! Beautiful card!
Pretty Card, Carol, great technique...thanks for explaining how you did it.
Oh my! This card is stunning! The embossed acetate, the sponged main panel and brads all make for one gorgeous card! Thanks for joining us at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers!
OH how cool is that clear layer?? Love it with the brads. That's just awesome. Love the inking too - such a gorgeous panel :)
This is beautiful! Love the clear panel and love how you adhered it...brilliant
You know I'm going to have to try embossing clear packaging now -- this looks terrific! And what a great idea to use the brads to affix the panel. The image panel is beautiful as well. Thanks for joining the fun at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers!
So many great ideas here! I haven't been in blog-land for a week, and can't believe how much I have to catch up on! TFS xxx
Very pretty card. Snark is not always required, sometimes you just have to be nice (unfortunately). Thanks for joining us at SoSS
Awesome card! Love the acetate and how you attached it with the brad! Very, very pretty!
[To be read in a snotty highbrow butler voice.] I've come to congratulate you on your Princess award from the Sisterhood, Carol. The Queen has asked me remind you that you will be needed in her quarters this evening for fan waving. Please have your frond oiled and perfumed. Regards, Hammy the I
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