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Saturday, November 22, 2008

A couple Scenic cards

Here are a couple cards I whipped up tonight while watching a movie on TV (did you realize they can stretch them out to 3 hours with enough commercials? LOL) It snowed here last night up in the Midwest so I needed to make some "warm" cards!

Both cards feature the Technique Junkie technique Spectrum Roll from the August 05 newsletter which is just too quick and easy! (with a slight modification since I don't have the metallic markers yet) and 3 fabulous stamps by I Brake For Stamps (the two main stamps are large and sold as single images, and the crackle square is on the newest half-sheet of birds).

Not much else to say, these are pretty self-explainatory...enjoy!


(click on photos for detail)


I inked up just the weeds and stamped the rusty-red panel, crumpled the cardstock and roughed up the edges with a Tim Holtz distressing tool, then peeled the top corners a bit. I used the largest regular Nestibilities circle to cut this panel and then edged it with black ink and a sponge.

6 comments:

Manna said...

These are very very cool! Love them both. That's another technique I have never tried :(

Beth said...

Nancy you are so good at these scene cards love both of them.

Susan Hackney said...

Beautiful cards!

Anonymous said...

I love these two cards, such a cool -I mean "warm" technique!!! Great job as usual-Cheri

Leigh said...

Love the way you've used the elephants.

Melissa said...

Nancy, both are beautiful, but let me tell you those elephants are incredible!!