Tuesday, May 26, 2009

WSC82 Antique Waters...

Here it is.....the first Sneak Peek at the soon to be released 'Quiet Waters' from Our Daily Bread Designs!!!

I was inspired by this week's WSC over at Mary Jo's. After looking at this stamp for a while, it occurred to me that it looks like it could have been an old sepia print found in a frame at an antique store (and I love antiques), so I set about trying the Cracked Glass technique.

I started with a base of Chocolate Chip, layered with Close to Cocoa (pierced) and Basic Grey 'Wisteria' paper (found at ODBD). I wound three strands of twine around the panel and knotted them offset. The image has been stamped in Close to Cocoa on Very Vanilla, cut out with Label 4 nesties and clear embossed several times until a thick layer was over the image, then popped it in the freezer. When cold, took it out and snapped it in a few places and rubbed a little ink into the cracks so they would show up. I glued this to some Chocolate Chip and hand cut a thin mat around it and popped it up on some foam tape. The verse was stamped in Chocolate Chip and Perfect Plum on Very Vanilla. I cut a notch in the end and bent it to give the panel a wave and even sponged and sanded a bit (see Linda - told you I COULD do it!!) and added a brown button to the side to anchor it.

Stamps - Quiet Waters (Our Daily Bread Designs)

Paper - Chocolate Chip, Close to Cocoa, Very Vanilla, Basic Grey (Wisteria paper pad)

Ink - Close to Cocoa, Chocolate Chip, Perfect Plum

Accessories - Label 4 Nestabilities, twine, brown button, clear embossing powder, heat tool, paper piercer and mat pack

Hope you enjoyed this sneak peek - remember you can see more by visiting the other Design Team girls!!!! Thanks for visiting!!! :)

9 comments:

Leigh said...

Beautiful Kathy.

"Tillymint" said...

Beautiful card Cathy I love how it looks but don't quite understand - did you clear emboss the whole area? how do you do that? hope you don't mind me asking.
I love the Wisteria Paper - I haven't so far found the Basic Grey Pads I'm sure they are more economical.
Anyway Great Card TFS.
Sue

Susan said...

Hi! Ilive in Cyprus [Europe].I really like your cards and am so pleased that you are guest designer for ODB .Their stamps are fantastic and you really do them justice!Look forward to many more.

Denise (peanutbee) said...

Ohhhh, how gorgeous is this!!...the hemp, the Wisteria DP, that serene image. Love it ALL!

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

This is gorgeous Kathy!! Love the hemp, your layout and that gorgeous DP~
hugs,
Chris

My Paper Adventures said...

Your cracked glass is PERFECT!! Love the sepia tone of your card and how you dimensionalized (is that a word? LOL) the paper ribbon!

Lovely Linda said...

Wow - this is gorgeous - you know how I love the vintage look and you have captured it so beautifully!! Love this card Kathy - you are nailing the ODB cards girl!!! Well done - thanks for sharing!!

My lifes inky escape and more said...

What a beautiful card...love the colors used and the deer :)

Pam said...

Kathy, you are being a fabulous designer for ODBD. I LOVVVVVE how you did this card. The crackled glass turned out perfectly!
So classy.
Hugs, Pam
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