Tuesday, February 8, 2011

HOLA

I had so much fun making this card, I pulled out allot of supplies I had not used in awhile. It all started with
Getting Cricky to create something inspired. by Tim Holtz. I chose to use a stencil and  his Alcohol Inks.
The sketch was inspired by the challenge at The Beary Scrap Design Challenge#19. I love their challenges.
The gold hearts were cut with my Cricut-Sweet Treats. I used Versa Mark and UT(Ultra Thick) embossing enamel. I watched a video on Cricutology on how to do this. very cool results. The middle heart is the over flow of the UT I thought that would be cool to use. Paper Playtime #37 was to use cupid or hearts. Then finally the colors were from the icopic challenge#16, the sad part is I put away my pens before writing down the numbers. I traced the circles on the dragon fly then used some gelly roll pen outlining it. whew... I don't know how I combined so many challenges this time, but some how it all worked out.

9 comments:

  1. oooh gorgeous! Love it! I was looking at the gold UT at Michael's.

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  2. Such an elegant CARD.
    Super cute & HAPPY!! TFS

    I have a give-a-way over at my blog
    http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com/

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  3. Wow, what a beautiful card. I love it.

    I am a new follower.

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  4. This is absolutely beautiful! You did a perfect job with this challenge! Thank you so much for playing along in Getting Cricky with Tim Holtz Challenge!
    hugs,
    kandrew

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  5. Beautiful card! Love the hearts! Thanks for playing with us at Paper Playtime!
    Glenda
    http://glendascards.blogspot.com/

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  6. Very cute take on our sketch challenge at The Beary Sweet Challenge, I hope to see you again.
    ~Patricia
    TBS DT

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  7. Very cool card - thanks so much for joining our Beary Sweet sketch challenge. Good luck!

    Cheers,
    Susan

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  8. What a lovely card. Thanks for playing with us at the Beary Scrap and good luck!
    hugs,
    Gini

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