July 15, 2009

Looks Like Designer Paper

But is it?


Happy Wednesday! I hope you're having a good day. I know my boys are happy, today is their last day of Summer School! They both took classes over the summer to get ahead in their HS graduation requirements. They've got four weeks off until the school starts up again, seems like they start earlier and earlier each year. It hasn't felt much like summer here lately, a few weeks ago the pool was close to 90, these days were lucky if it moves past the 70 degree mark!

Okay, enough of my ramblings, on to my card. I just received my new Stampin' Up! Catalog order yesterday, I ordered a few sets and some DSP. Wondering what was tops on my list? The new Medallion stamp was a must have for me - I see lots of possibilities. It's the size of a background stamp - so you could stamp once and be done, but I love the look I achieved using the Triple Dimension Technique, it reminds me of Designer Paper. I had started out doing the Depth of Field Technique, but felt the image was way too big. I've got a few other cards done with some new sets, but I'll keep you in suspense and save those for another day!

Details:
Stamps - Medallion, All Holidays (Stampin' Up!)
Ink - Rich Razzleberry, Black, Grey, Silver
Card Stock - White, Rich Razzleberry, Black
Other - SAMJ, Sponge Dauber, Glue Dots, Pretties Kit, Polka Dot Grosgrain - Rich Razzleberry, Dimensionals

Thanks for stopping by!

6 comments :

Vera said...

Oh, what a gorgeous card, Lisa! Love the background you created with the Medallion stamp!

Pam said...

OMG, that is just GORGEOUS!!!! Love it!

Anonymous said...

Lisa,I knew I loved this stamp when I received my catalog, but I ordered something else. Now I wish I went with my first pick. This card is wonderful, I only hope I can make one just as nice as yours.
Love it!

Kerry D-C said...

WOW! this is gorgeous, Lisa!!! Amazing!

Kitchen Sink Stamps said...

WOW!!! This is absolutely GORGEOUS!!!!!

Chris Smith said...

This is purely exquisite. Your colors are great for this technique.

 
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