Friday, October 2, 2009

Night & Day Anniversary

I made a quick card using some of the Night & Day Specialty DP featured in the mini catalog; my DS is having her 25th wedding anniversary and I thought this would be special enough for her and her hubby!

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I used a clear acetate sheet that has been pre-printed with the black dots; it's difficult to photograph this without a glare!  First I made a 4x4 card from the acetate.  The flourish from Baroque Motifs was then stamped on the inside of the front of the card in Stazon and adhered to a piece of Basic Black.  The sentiment was stamped on a piece of Whisper White and attached to the inside.  The floral motif was stamped in Cameo Coral and embellished with a Filigree Brad, then adhered to the front of the card.  I also sponged a piece of the Night & Day DP with some Cameo Coral ink to fill in the upper portion of the card and added just a small bow so it wasn't TOO girly!!

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and another outside shot.

 

 

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11 comments:

  1. Love it, LeAnne! So very creative, as always :)

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  2. OMG! That is so cool! You are showing off those fabulous materials to their best light, indeed! Such fun possibility! Great, great card, LeAnne!

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  3. beautiful. am thinking I might want to try this technique.

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  4. Wow, LeAnne, this is just COOL! Love the creative way you used the transparency, and Baroque Motifs is such a pretty, pretty set! You've showcased it perfectly.

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  5. Beautiful! You really know how to work the acetate! I love the pink medallion with the silver brad! Awesome, your DS is going to LOVE this!!

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  6. What a great card. Love the colors, the stamps you used... and the clear front... TFS!

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  7. What a super-fantabulous card! I love the way you sponged up the designer paper to match the flower on the overlay - what a lovely idea!!
    Kay

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