October 20, 2009

Godspeed - Sepia


There's some stamps I'll never part with and Stampin' Up!'s Godspeed is one of them. Here I used the Sepia Technique from the October TJNL on my focal image and combined it with SC249 and GC24 Random Redhead Challenge - Stars.

The image is stamped in Black on Creamy Caramel card stock, then I applied the Sepia Technique. I layered this panel onto some beautiful Copper Mica from Paper Temptress. I used the Stars Cuttlebug folder and embossed my Citron Green Brawny panel, I also used the Distressed Stripes folder to emboss my other Citron Green Panel, then applied Soft Suede ink to highlight the embossing. My base card uses Canyon Brown Classic Columns card stock - it's a lighty textured card stock. If you haven't tried the paper from Paper Temptress - you should check it out, the quality is wonderful, not only do your images stamp nicely, but it's great for embossing too!

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Details:
Stamps - Stampin' Up! Godspeed (Retired)
Ink - Black, Creamy Caramel, Chocolate Chip, Soft Suede, Pastels, White Craft
Card Stock - Stampin' Up! Creamy Caramel; Paper Temptress Citron Green Brawny, Copper Mica, Canyon Brown Classic Columns
Other - Big Shot, Sponge Dauber, Cuttlebug Folders: Stars, Distressed Stripes

6 comments :

Gerrie Johnnic said...

I just love what you did with this stamp and tech. Anxious to try some of these papers, WOWZA!

Jan said...

beautiful work, Lisa...I have often regretted that I never bought that image. You really set it off nicely with the sepia technique and all of the other detail work. Jan Hoyt

Sabrina aka okimom2girlz said...

Lisa, this is such a stunning card!!! My hubby was in the Air Force for 26 years and he hates to admit that he truly misses it. This would have been the perfect image to get while it was still available. I am sure this would be one card he would display and not tuck in a box ;D. Absolutley love the stars embossing behind the main image. TFS this beauty. Hugs, Sabrina

Shar said...

Fab card and great use of the stars! I really love how you did the sepia technique. Thanks for playing the Gingersnap Creations Stars Challenge!

Juliet A said...

what a great paper for the technique! gorgeous!

Lorie said...

Your card is incredible! I had this set and gave it (yes, gave it) to a woman whose son was deployed. That was tough to do but hopefully she has put it to good use (and not put it up for resale on eBay). :o)

 
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