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April 27, 2010

Going Grey - Flowers for Mom

It's time for another Going Grey at Scrap-Creations Challenge. I'd like to thank Kristen for having me join in this past month as a Guest Designer! This weeks challenge is a sketch.

I used Origins from Basic Grey for this weeks challenge.  The beautiful flower image is from Fred B. Mullett (item FBM_365).  I inked the flower with Ranger Distress Ink Mustard Seed and Peeled Paint, stamped on Confetti card stock, then cut out using Spellbinders Oval Dies.  I sponged the edges in Chocolate Chip, then added the Cracked Glass Technique, distressing with Old Paper Distress Ink.  The sentiment is from Our Daily Bread Designs.

Stamps - Fred B.Mullett, Our Daily Bread Designs
Ink - Chocolate Chip, Ranger Distress Ink Mustard Seed, Peeled Paint, Old Paper
Card Stock - Summer Sun, Confetti, Chocolate Chip
Other - Spellbinders Oval Die, Sponge Dauber, Horizontal Slot Punch, Chocolate Grosgrain, Bow Easy, UTEE, Glue Dots, Basic Grey Origins

Thanks for stopping by, be sure to check out the other Team members creations this week and join us for this weeks challenge at Going Grey with Scrap-Creations

Crystal Irwin (not posting this week)* Kim HowardKristen Catalano * Mary Castonquay *Peggy Regan


Gerrie Johnnic said...

Beautiful! The flower looks so distressed using the cracked glass!

Jan Hennings said...

Very pretty! Love the bright yellow flower and the way you crackled it!

Basement Stamper said...

I love the cracked glass-one of my favorites and actually one I was thinking of doing this week :-)

Unknown said...

Gorgeous, Lisa! Love the cracked glass flower!!

Kristen said...

GORGEOUS!!!! your cards are always so wonderful. Thank you for playing with us!!!!

Peggy said...

I love the cracked glass technique and yours looks great!

Danni said...

So pretty! The cracked glass adds so much to an already great card!

marsha said...

Absolutely gorgeous! Love the cracked glass look and what a lovely flower!

Hugs, Marsha

Carolyn Ruiz said...

Just lovely! I have never seen that technique before. Looks great. Is it a lot of work to accomplish that cracked glass finish?


Suzanne C said...

Fantastic cracked glass! Beautiful card! I am loving your flowers that you keep using as your images. Gorgeous!

Mary C said...

Lisa this card is gorgeous! I love that flower under cracked glass. Beautiful job with the sketch this week!

Tina said...

what a beautiful card. Love the look of the flower - looks like broken glass.

mommy scraps alot

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