Monday, July 8, 2013

*SweetstStamps #125

Good morning sweeties!!
I can't believe Tuesday is here already!!
We have had such a busy week, that time has just buzzed by us.

So today at SweetStamps, it's time for another challenge theme week. 
This week, we would like to see:
Christmas Parchment
 The more I do the parchment craft, the more and more I love it!!
For my card today, I am using Bells with Bows 880 and Merry Christmas Script 954.
I stamped Bells with Bows on the parchment paper, using the white dye ink
Turned my parchment paper over and embossed the image with a fine point stylus. 
I then created shading with a bigger ball point stylus and used the grid plate to add pattern. 
The Merry Christmas Script is stamped with glue and I poured Glitter Ritz "Dark Gold" over it, once it dried.  I had to take a side view of the card, just so that you can see the glitter. 
The patterned paper is from BoBunny: Father Christmas Collection.

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Next week's challenge #126 is:
Anything Goes w/ Artsy Fartsy Stamps
Our monthly challenge, can be found HERE
Theme is:
Chalkboard Technique
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I would like to enter the following challenges:
Merry Monday "Month Long-Anything Goes Christmas" Challenge
Crafting When You Can #48
The Paper Players #153

Hugs,
Calypso




20 comments :

  1. Gorgeous card love how you took the picture. Miss Photographer. Awesome.

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  2. This is a stunning card! Is parchment paper the same as vellum? This is just so cool looking! Very, very beautiful!! :0)

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  3. Great card and that bell is awesome!

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  4. WOW! This is gorgeous! I love the shading you did along the ribbon of the bells!

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  5. Gorgeous- your parchment work is just fabulous!!!

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  6. Beautiful design, I love the parchment work on the bells and the different layers of DP.

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  7. I've read about this technique but never tried it! What a beautiful image you have created! Love the bells and especially the ribbon that looks so silky! Thanks for sharing this with us at Merry Monday!

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  8. Gorgeous!!! You have made authentic parchment (*jealous*) and you have done it perfectly! I really beautiful card. Love those Bo Bunny papers!
    Hugs Annette

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  9. Wow....this is a stunning card, what an interesting technique! Incredible! Thanks for playing with the Paper Players challenge!

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  10. Gorgeous card, the bells are stunning. Thank you for joining us for Merry Monday.

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  11. What an awesome technique with beautiful results! Thank you for joining us at The Paper Players!

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  12. Gorgeous! Love the dry embossing, etching and gridwork you've done on the bells!

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  13. Wow, your image is gorgeous! The detailing is great! Thanks for playing with us at Merry Monday!

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  14. Lovely lovely. The dp is perfect for the bell image. Gorgeous blend of colors.

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  15. This is a stunning card, love the colours and the technique! Thank you for joining us at Merry Monday.

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  16. Fab card love your parchment work
    Thanks for joining us at crafting when we can
    cAZ

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  17. I saw your lovely Christmas card on Always playing with paper Merry Monday - you might also like to enter this into my CHNC challenge extra for July - I'd love to see it there too. x

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