Welcome to all my blogging friends! I am now a Stampin' Up!® Demonstrator.


Sunday, 13 December 2009

Craftyanns Challenge No 3 TEXTURE



Here is my card for Craftyanns
Ann's challenge this week was 'Texture'
I took a blank silver pearlescent card from my stash to which I added a square of textured paper. The paper was made using 'Starburst Stain's available from The Stampman. Unfortunately I have forgotten which set of stains this is from as I have done lots recently. I used the 'Scrunch' technique and after it had dried I applied ink from my Versamark Pad before covering with Gold Embossing Powder/
Three flowers have been added from my stash which I think complement the colours, a butterfly brad attached to the centre of the flowers gives a finishing touch, as do the brads on each corner.
I hope that Ann likes what I have done and that it will fulfill her challenge this week.

7 comments:

craftychris said...

love it its really effective

chris xx

Tess said...

Just fabulous Christine and so different. Love the colours. Tess x

lisa said...

This is gorgeous, Christine. It looks like fabric. The textures are brilliant.

Lisax

coldwaters2 said...

Well hi Christine hope you are well and out of plaster. This creation is gorgeous I love the techniques you have used they are really effective and meets the challenge at CACD very well thank you for joining us this week

Hugs
Lorraine x

craftybren said...

So different Christine, lovely card

spiritofcreativity said...

This is fabulous Christine, it has all the texture I could possibly want! Great techniques too. I'll send you a pm about linking your card to the challenge properly so that you don't miss out on being in the draw which I'll be doing on thursday evening.
Ann x

Beryl said...

This is fabulous Christine. I love the look of this technique but haven't tried it (yet). Mainly 'cos I haven't got any Starburst Stains but I think I could try it with some other mica products. Anyway - this is gorgeous. Thank you for sharing it with us at Crafty Ann's challenge.
Beryl xx