Thursday, January 7, 2010
Easel card- Taking Flight & Theme Thursday
Using the new stamps from I Brake For Stamps
Paris and Hearts plate. Its the Metallic Pop techinique from TJ
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Also fits the Paris theme at Theme Thursday
Posted by Lynn Stevens at 1:56 AM
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Great card design, Lynn. And I love the embossed bg. Of course, I'm in for anything that's pink:)
(This fits in with the Theme Thursday challenge this week, too!)
Totally loving this style of card...and loving the metallics popping...fab as ever hun x
Gorgeous, Lynn! What is the clear material you used behind the image? It looks a little stiffer than acetate. Maybe some upcycled packing material? Whatever it is, the results are beautiful!
Beautiful new stamps and I had to look twice to see if it was really a card from you, it being all pink!!
WOW..stunning..I love how it pops up like that. Never seen that style before..you are so GOOD!!!
Love your talent for Paris!
Absolutely beautiful Lynn!
Love this gorgeous vintagely pink card, Lynn--just fabulous, as always!
this embossed background is super!
Gorgeous! I love the colors you used. This card is just outstanding.
Oh wow this is beautiful.
So fantastic card. Love them.
gorgeous card! I love the red tones!
What a beautiful card. Your eye for design is great!
Love it1 What a great design, the pink is perfect too!
Gorgeous card, Lynn. Love the new stamps.
Ooooooo! SO fabulous Lynn! LOVE everything about this card. - Kris
Is that the PaperTemptress Clear Cardstock? I don't think I could get regular acetate to hold a dry emboss like that. Gorgeous card!
This is beautiful, Lynn! Cheers!
Your easel card is wonderful!
I really like this new plate from AO! Love the embossing and the pink!
I love this card!!! I have received something similar in the mail and wonder if there is a tutorial somewhere that showed you how to create the stand up? Do tell.
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