Wednesday, January 20, 2010

FS154 A Touch of Red

I'm a little late posting this on my blog due to all the JustRite fun we've had going on this week!!  :)  This is the card I made for this week's FS Challenge.  The honour this week goes to Anne (aka jdmommy) and I chose her Layered Tulips in RED card.  Anne has a clean and simple style and a huge love of RED!  I changed the images, omitted the sentiment and used embossing instead of paper.

I started with a base of red bazzill and layered with white and more red embossed with the Jemara EF.  Across the middle I attached two pieces of black satin ribbon.  Next I stamped the flowers from Artfully Asian three times in black and coloured with markers and a blender pen.  I used the Fancy Tags die to draw a line around each and cut them out with a cutter and matted them on three black Fancy Tags die cuts.  Finished with a small black Kaisercraft pearl in each corner.

Stamps - Artfully Asian (SU)
Paper - Black, White and Red Bazzill
Ink - Memento Tuxedo Black, Real Red, Always Artichoke
Accessories - Fancy Tags Spellbinders, Jemara EF, Black Satin Ribbon, Black Kaisercraft Pearls.

That's all for today, thanks for visiting!!!


Marisa said...

LOVE how you used the tags to mount the image on!! Fabulous card!!

Stacy Morgan said...

Very pretty. I love how you stamped the stems and fit them on the tag. Great job.

Laurie in MN said...

I love your card.

A Consuming Passion said...

Great use of the tags Kathy! - Love the deep red and black together - very dramatic!

Denise Marzec said...

Oh COOOL! I love the look of the flowers stamped on the fancy tags...awesome card!

Judy Covey said...

Absolutely love the layout and papers used for your card.

Christy Farneth-Kerr said...

Really like the way you used the tag:) Very clever !!

jjcreations said...

This is beautiful - fantastic job on the sketch challenge!!

Unknown said...

awesome card Kathy!!! I love the color combination and I really like the fancy tags used that way. I will have to remember that for the future.



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