Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Let Our Lives Be Full

Hi everyone!

I'm up on the Neat & Tangled blog today with a card and step-by-step photos.

I wanted to use a Thanksgiving set in a (hopefully) non-Thanksgiving way. Here's what I ended up with:

Thanks & Giving


This card has everything but the kitchen sink--layering, die-cutting, stamping, heat embossing, splattering, watercoloring, sewing....I guess I didn't use patterned paper. Ha!

I started with watercoloring and then die-cut part of the Album Cover Lace on my Cameo. On top of that layer, I heat embossed the sentiment from Neat & Tangled's Be Full set. The embossing powder is glittery, which looks a little lumpy in photos (it's not).

Thanks & Giving


I stitched the panel onto the background to add some lift to the vellum. Here's a final picture of what the card looks like under the sentiment:

Thanks & Giving

To see the steps for making this card, I have the pictures and steps on the Neat & Tangled blog. :)

Also, Danielle is having a Black Friday sale starting at 8am ET on Thursday (11/27) and running until Sunday (11/30)!



Thanks for stopping by! Have a great day!

Supplies
Cardstock: (white) PTI; (Distress Watercolor Paper) Ranger; (vellum) My Favorite Things
Stamps: (Be Full) Neat & Tangled
Die-cutting file: (Album Cover Lace) iHeartStudio.com
Ink: Versamark; (California Poppy) Lindy's Stamp Gang; (Sweet Cherry) Heidi Swapp; (Dandelion Fireworks) Tsukineko; (Rudolph Mister Huey's) Studio Calico
Embossing powder: (Red Glitter Zing!) American Crafts

12 comments:

  1. Gorgeous... and I know I'm grateful for your creativity, Jocelyn!
    =] Michele

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  2. Oh, how I love this, Jocelyn! It's absolutely stunning. The layers are really fantastic!

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  3. Unbelievable, it's absolutely stunning! =)

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  4. This is so pretty! I love that die cut piece and the watercoloring and that embossing powder looks really cool!

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  5. This is beautiful! I love the watercolouring, all the layers and the perfect heat embossing. (And really? Patterned paper would have been just too much. LOL!)

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  6. The watercoloring is so lovely! They you add in die cutting, vellum and embossing and I'm in heaven! Thanks so much for sharing and inspiring!

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  7. This literally made my jaw drop! It's STUNNING! I want to look at it all day! The warm colors and white overlay....the stitched vellum...swoon. Just wow!

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