February 27, 2009

Keep My Lamp Burning...Different Point of View



I love Lighthouses, so it's no wonder that I had to have Keep My Lamp Burning from Our Daily Bread Designs. This set works wonderfully with many different techniques. Today, I'm sharing two quick and easy ones that I use quite often.



This first card uses the Burnt Edges Technique. I used the following Distress Inks to achieve my background - Antique Linen, Straw, Corduroy and Black Soot. The Lighthouse and sentiment were stamped in Black Archival.










Wanting to make this same card a bit more colorful - I used the Spectrum Roll Technique and my Caribbean Sea Spectrum Pad, and of course changed my card stock panels. To get proper placement of the sentiment on both cards, I used my Stamp-a-ma-jig.

Details:
Stamps - Our Daily Bread Designs
Ink - Caribbean Sea, Black Archival, Antique Linen, Straw, Corduroy, Black Soot
Card Stock - Black, Taken with Teal, Gable Green, So Saffron, Chocolate Chip, Vanilla
Other - Brayer, Spritz Bottle, Ink Blending Tool, Craft Mat, Kaiser Gems, Stamp-a-ma-jig
Finished Size - A2

ETA - Cheryl, I don't have an email to contact you. But to answer your question, the lighthouse is stamped on Vanilla card stock, which I had already done the Burnt Edges Technique on using Distress Inks. Hope that helps!

3 comments :

Cheryl said...

Lisa,
I always love what you do~! It the burnt edges on the bkgrnd with the lighthouse c/s???

Kelley said...

Lisa, these are both so awesome!! Wow, so cool!!!

JP Card Crazy said...

Lisa I agree with Kelly awesome!

 
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