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Sunday, November 23, 2008


I am doing some serious make up time in my stamp room today. I did 2 cards this morning CASEing this weeks Featured Stamper - Ebethneu.
This is for today's FEATURED STAMPER - Ebethneu. This time I CASED her FREDERICK THE FROG. I used this weeks sketch from PAPER CRAFT PLANET for my layout. I changed the layout and shape of image. I used a set called "HANGING WITH YOU" that will be released this Friday, Nov 28th from TREEHOUSE STAMP COMPANY. I colored my image with prismacolor pencils then blended w/gamsol. This gorgeous DP is some I got when I visited Ashley last week. She is such a sweetheart. I used my new oval scalloped nesties for this one and admit I need more practice with them but hope you like it anyway.
Stamps: Hanging With You, Treehouse Stamps
Paper: Cranberrry Crisp, dp, old olive, vanilla
Ink: black brilliance, versamark
Accessories: Nestibility Oval Scallops, Olive EP, Ribbon
Techniques: Heat Emboss

This is for today's FFEATURED STAMPER - EBETHNEU. I CASED her SANDY CLAWS. I changed the layout and used the sketch from Saturday's H&M owner Heather Rolin's Blog again. My image is stamped in black brilliance then colored with prisma color pencils and blended w/gamsol. I applied red glitter to the reigns and gold glitter to the leg part of the sled. I applied white liquid applique to the the hat and wrist. I doodled around all 3 squares and popped the 2 smaller ones up on dimensionals, red and green ribbon and red gems. I stamped the hollly and berry image from Backgournd basics using Versamarks new Champagne pad.It leaves a glittery finish. So pretty IRL. Hope you like it.
Stamps: Background Basics, Sandy Claws
Paper: green, red, white
Ink: balck brilliance, garden green
Accessories: ribbon, red & gold glitter glue, white applique, gems
Techniques: Gamsol Magic

1 comment:

Shannon Erskine aka e3stamper said...

cute cases! Love how you incorporated the sketches too!! Great job!