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Wednesday, October 8, 2008

World Card Making Day cont.

This usually happens to stampers with cats... their beloved felines like to get their little paws into the paper and ink. My little puppy likes to be in the middle of whatever is going on in the family. Usually, it's sitting with the kids while they work on their school lessons or trying to steal bath towels while I'm working on laundry. This day it was stamping... he just has to know what was so interesting to his people!
These next two cards feature stamps by Our Daily Bread Designs. I have to give this company some kudos. The rubber on their stamps was deeply etched, even the tiniest details... mounted on smart cushion... and the storage and packaging is both clever and space efficient. They offer a variety of Christian greetings, verses and images.
The background panels on the blue card were done with painted pigments technique (Technique Junkies Aug. '08) then I applied the basic version of cuttlebug highlights (Technique Junkies Oct. '08) over the base layers. The flourish cross is embossed in silver.

This purple card also uses painted pigments for the panels. I embossed the flourish cross in gold and burnished the image with an eggplant dye ink. The background flourish is by Stampin' UP.
This month remember those who minister in your church and those who touch our spiritual lives.

Kimm BT

3 comments:

Rubber Stamp Plantation said...

Aloha Kimm,
love your techniques...tho most of all love the pup!
palms waving aloha,
debz

Chrissy D said...

This is sooo pretty Kimm! TFS!

Debi said...

Is your puppy part Jack Russell? They usually have some good shenanigans, I had a friend that would go take a shower and the dog would always steal his towel and clothes so he had to streak naked back to the living room to retreive them from the dog. He is a cute puppy what ever he is. I love your cards and will have to try the mother of pearl thing.
Debi
Florida