Thursday, October 3, 2013

Prince of Peace CCMC271

This week's challenge over at Create with Connie and Mary is a sketch challenge.  When I saw it, I knew I wanted to use my new Single Stamp, Prince of Peace, that Stampin' Up! only recently released!

Fun Stampin' with Margaret, Prince of Peace Single SU Stamp, CCMC271 sketch, Deco Framelit, Modern Mosaic TIEF, Frosty Accent, Silver 1/8" Ribbon, SU

I used a combination of Rich Razzleberry, Wisteria Wonder and Very Vanilla for the card and cut the front layer according to the sketch, although I inverted it with the larger panel on the bottom.

The Wisteria Wonder layer was dry embossed with the Modern Mosaic folder; the image was stamped with VersaMark onto Rich Razzleberry, heat embossed in Silver and attached with Dimensionals.  The entire card front was then spritzed with Vanilla Smooch Shimmer Spray.

Fun Stampin' with Margaret, Prince of Peace Single SU Stamp, CCMC271 sketch, Deco Framelit, Modern Mosaic TIEF, Frosty Accent, Silver 1/8" Ribbon, SU
The final embellishments are Rhinestones, a Frosted Finished Embellishment and Silver 1/8" Ribbon, giving this card a pretty shimmer and sparkle in person! 

Here is the Challenge sketch:

Be sure and visit the CCM challenge home page  to see all the Design Team cards!  These ladies are SO talented and you'll find lots of inspiration from their creations!

Have you joined one of Connie and Mary's fun challenges?  Then this is your chance... this is a great & versatile sketch so jump in and make a card using all Stampin' Up! products with it!  Post it on the web somewhere then link it on the Create with Connie and Mary website!  We'll all come see your work and leave you some comment love!  : )

Thanks for visiting, looking and encouraging!  Hope YOU get some Stamp Therapy soon!



Connie said...

Wow...I love the non-traditional colors for Christmas! The Wisteria Wonder almost looks blue against the Rich Razzleberry! So pretty! Great job with the sketch challenge this week!

Deb said...

Gorgeous! This stamp works perfectly with this sketch! Love the richness of the embossing! Great details!!

Vicki Milyard said...

I am new to your blog and was looking around it, saw your secret garden card done with aqua painter and alcohol. I am a demonstrator also and was wondering how that technique is different than using water. I read also that you used clear embossing powder and yet had the color for the outline. did you ink up with your color choice then stamp that in versa then put on card and clear emboss?? It is a beautiful card and one that went in my file to CASE!! Is that okay? any help with these questions would be appreciated. contact me at thanks again!

Lisa Martz said...

I love the non-traditional colors as well! I love how the sentiment is your focal point on this card!

sherryd said...

This card is absolutely stunning! I love everything about it.

Jane Giggy said...

So beautiful! Love the colors!

Lisa Young said...

I love that stamp and you showcased it beautifully. The silver embossing on Rich Razzleberry really makes it stand out!

Debbie Henderson said...

The silver embossing looks so rich against the Rich Razzleberry. I must have missed this stamp!

Nicole Tugrul said...

Gorgeous card! I love your colors and all the beautiful little details you added.

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