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Friday, October 21, 2011

Mother's Love

Good morning everyone!! Hope all is well with you and yours!!  I had some time to stamp yesterday so I made a card for Splitcoast's Ways to Use it Challenge to make faux tiles. ....I used Julie Warner's tutorial for my faux tile background. The white cardstock was scored and then the retired Stampin Up! background (sorry, I don't know the name) was stamped over the negative scored side. The image was colored with copics and then each square was masked off on the inside of the score lines and sponged with Memento Desert Sand. The ribbon, flowers, and pearl flourish finish it off.
Recipe: Stamps: Stampin Up!
Paper: White, Chocolate Chip, Pink Pirouette
Ink: Memento Rich Cocoa, Memento Desert Sand
Accessories: Silk Ribbon, Primas, Pearl Flourish, Score Pal

This is also for  a few other challenges:
1. Little Miss Muffet Challenge - girly girl
2. Moving Along With the Times - vintage
3. Stampin B's  - scoring
4. Kaboodle Doodles - squares or inchies
5. The Pink Elephant - scoring
6. Heart Song Inspirations - flowers or felt

Thanks for dropping by....I'm off to the shower and then to the grocery store. Not too exciting but I am going to buy a little chocolate....that will get my heart pumping a little faster...Whoohoo!!!!


26 comments:

CJ said...

Verynice technique. I may have to try this with my card swap group.

CJ

Kathy and Lucky said...

This is gorgeous, you really perfected that technique. The background stamp you used was just perfect for this and then your coloring is amazing. Have a wonderful weekend.

Dawn Easton said...

Wow! This is stunning!!! I have never gotten good results with that technique. I think I need to practice....lol
This is so soft and pretty! Beautifully coloured and your ribbon embellishment is gorgeous!

jimlynn said...

Just gorgeous! Love how you used this technique and image. So pretty with that wonderful ribbon and bow too!
Have fun with that chocolate - and eat a little for me too.
Lynn

Tammy said...

Hmm, yum, chocolate! Outstanding card! Love the technique you used and the bow is perfect! Love the colors and coloring!!

Sue said...

Aww this is beautiful Joan! I love the tiled detail, not seen that technique before. Gorgeous vintage image and love your colouring. The bow and flowers finish it off perfectly.
Enjoy your chocolate!
Thanks for joining with us at MAWTT Challenge!
Sue xx

*Vicki* said...

Such a stunning creation Joan!! That technique looks amazing with this image!! Love it!! Have a great weekend! :)

kadie said...

Lovely, lovely card! This could be framed and hung on the wall! Thanks for sharing it with us at The Pink Elephant!

Arabella said...

Amazing card Joan! I love this tile technique it looks amazing! Beautiful colouring!

Thanks for joining us for the Girly Girl challenge at Little Miss Muffet Stamps!

Arabella

Kathleen B. Hernandez said...

What a beautiful creation! I like the tile look. And it's something I would like to learn too. Thanks for the inspiration!

Thanks for joining us at Kaboodle Doodles' Inchies or Squares Challenge!

Kath
Blog: “Let’s Get Scrappy!”

agnieszka said...

it's amazing!!!beautifull colours and great idea

DesignerDiva said...

What a fabulous technique Joan! I love the image and as tiles its just beautiful
Thanks for joining us at MAWTT and good look with the challenge
Hugs Laurie x

Linda Palmer said...

Joan, this is a wonderful card. I love it all, the faux tiles, the image and the design. It is just so beautiful.

bsgstamps4fun: Barb Gault said...

What a beautiful card Joan! It looks like a priceless painting!

Crystal said...

WOW WOW Joan this is jaw dropping GORGEOUS!!!! This design is out of this world GORGEOUS!

Barb said...

Oh my gosh, Joan! I could look at this for hours! It is gorgeous! I've seen tile work before but each square was individual pieces and coated with glossy, but I love this technique with the scored lines. This is in my "gotta try it" file! Amazing!

Cheryl said...

What a gorgeous card!!! Thanks so much for taking the challenge at Kaboodle Doodles!

Sandy said...

Hey Joan - this is one of the prettiest cards I have ever seen. I have really enjoyed visiting your blog.
Sandy

sparklygirl-Tina said...

Hi Joan

What a fabulous card - must have taken ages to do but well worth it cos this is so lovely!

Thanks so much for joining us this week over at Kaboodle Doodles and good luck.

Tina

Pami said...

Hi Joan, this is absolutely amazing, I simply love the effect you have created. Beautiful! Thanks for sharing with us at MAWTT this week, hope to see you again soon! Pami x

Bev J. said...

Beautiful-love the technique you used!

~Vittory~ said...

Card is amazing! so sweet and lovely!
Thank you for joining us at Little Miss Muffet Challenges.
Hope to see you again.
With best wishes,
Viktoria.

Carole of Brum said...

Simply stunning! When I first started following your blog I remember you did a faux tile card and I liked the technique, but of course I never got round to doing it, but I really must try because it looks marvellous. Brill job, Joan, this is beautiful. CoB

Benzi said...

Joan, your faux tile card is just gorgeous, as is the wonderful scene. Thanks for joining the Stampin'B's with your creation.

Joanne (jojot) said...

pure gorgeousness...vintage and feminine

Shirley said...

How very lovely! The perfect scene for a faux tile card!