June 11, 2008

To Swap or not to Swap...

Remember when I posted the first two samples I made with the new Fresh Cut set, I mentioned I was also working on a swap using this set....Well, I still have a few more days to complete my cards - here's another idea using this set and the Burnishing Technique...Yep, I know what you're thinking - look at all those layers! It's only a 10 card swap -and the group I'm swapping with is pretty talented, so I don't mind the extra work!

Details:
Stamps - Fresh Cut
Card Stock - Chocolate Chip, Very Vanilla, Sage Shadow, Apricot Appeal, Rose Red
Ink - Chocolate Chip, Sage Shadow, Apricot Appeal, Rose Red
Punches - 1" Circle, 1-1/4" Circle, 1-3/8" Circle, Designer Label
Other - Sponge Dauber
Tech - Burnishing

7 comments :

Claudia said...

AWESOME card Lisa - I LOVE it!!!

GinaP said...

I'm a layering fool, so I LOVE this. The look is AMAZING!! Great job! From one fellow TJ to another, have a great day!

~Lana B.~ said...

Amazing Lisa! The Bg stamp in this set lends itself perfectly to all of your backround techniques just so beautifully!!! The layers are just great too! When you do lots of layers like that, do you use your nestabilities to take the centers out of them to make it lighter and save on cardstock?

Alexandra said...

WOW! This is gorgeous Lisa, I love what you did with this set! *STAMPIN HUGS* Alex

Lisa Somerville said...

Lana - no, I don't use the nestabilites when making my layered cards. Most really aren't too heavy.

Pat Huntoon said...

Wowza, that is an outstanding card!

Mary Davidson said...

Wow, Lisa!! This is absolutely gorgeous! I'm saving this one. Beautiful!

 
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