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Monday, June 16, 2014

Holey cardstock, Batman!

No, you don't have to be a superhero to join in the new challenge @ Love to Scrap!  You just need to create a project with at least one hole/opening for your stamping to show through.

For my card, I diecut a scallop frame opening from cardstock, then adhered it over the stamped image with foam tape for some dimension.  The image is the Calla Lilly Sympathy Frame from DRS Designs, colored with colored pencils and gamsol for a softer look.  I added a little clear shimmer with a Wink of Stella pen, and a few tiny pearls for subtle accents.

 
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I'm also entering this in the Crafty Calendar Challenge to use petals and pearls.

8 comments:

Desire Fourie said...

A beautiful sympathy card with such a serene feeling about it.
Hugs
Desíre
{Doing Life – my personal blog}

FeistyCrafter said...

Your title cracked me up...very creative! Your card is soft and elegant. Calla lilies are beautiful! I have several in my flower bed.

Mikha Adriani said...

Hi Brenda! :) Thank you for stopping by on my blog on previous challenge and sorry for not going to yours.
This is really elegant card! I love how you put that lily on frame, surrounded by sentiments.
Just beautiful!
Hugs, Mikha

Leslie said...

Brenda, your card is just gorgeous! You picked a wonderful image to work with and your design is amazing!
Hugs,
Leslie
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Shuly said...

always such classy cards!! what a great embossed paper framing such an elegant image! i love how the sentiment frames the image too...

Annette Reed said...

This is sooo pretty! The embossing and frame make this such an elegant card. Your coloring is spot on. Beautiful!

lynne said...

What a very prety card! Love the apperture and soft colouring! Thanks for joining us at Crafty Calendar Challenge this month!
Hugs
Lynne xx

Martha tucker said...

I absoluly love that embossed frame! What a great idea!
Xx Martha