Monday, September 6, 2010

A Fallish Mushroom

Here's another card I made during my "fun" labor Labor Day crafting time. I hope you guys aren't getting tired of all my layered cards cause this is another one. This cute little mushroom image is a free digi I found on a blog called Steady On. I layered the mushroom, butterflies, and flowers. I added a little real and a little faux stitching to this card. The coloring was done with Prisma colored pencils and odorless mineral spirits. I chalked around the image and there's even a little Vintage Photo Distress ink around the edges of the distressed kraft cardstock. I hit twelve layers with this card. LOL
Here are the challenges I'm entering it into:

Pile It On--layers
Paper Sundaes--two different coloring mediums
Friday Sketchers--sketch #118
Paper Play Challenges--hand, machine or faux stitching
Just Inspirational Challenges--digi image
Stamptacular Sunday Challenge--distress it

Supplies
Paper: Recollections cardstock, Making Memories
Stamp: digital image from Steady On blog, Papertrey Ink Mixed Messages
Inks+: Prisma colored pencils, Gemini Masterpiece Odorless Mineral Spirits, Inkadinkado Blending Chalks, Vintage Photo Distress ink, Sakura brown Micron pen
Tools: Nestabilities Classic Squares Large (S4-126); Heidi Swapp edge distresser tool
Miscellaneous: buttons, Crafters Square hemp cord, DMC embroidery floss, Paper Studio Gemstones

Thanks for visiting!
Blessings,

16 comments:

  1. Just Stunning ! Love that Layout, the colors and such a beautiful 3D effect ! Great Job !
    Thanks for joining our challenge at Paper sundaes !

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  2. Gorgeous card! I saw this on the Just Inspirational blog when I was linking up and had to drop by.

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  3. beautiful card and great colouring. Thanks for joining us at Paper Sundaes this week.

    fi
    x

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  4. Wow! That stitching you've done down the side is GORGEOUS!! WOW! Love it. Nicely done!
    Thank you for joining us at STamptacular this week!
    Cheers
    cheri

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  5. Very pretty card Tracy! Your faux stitching looks amazing & I LOVE layers - they all look great! :) TFS

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  6. What a great card. That image you used is adorable and I just love all that layering.. Looks like you had a very creative holiday..

    Hugs, Linda

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  7. Wonderful work thanks for joining paperplay

    Liz x

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  8. Tracy this card is adorable! I LOVE it! The dimension, the texture, the colors.... Great work!

    Regan

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  9. LOve the layers on this! Glad you kept layering. Adorable card!

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  10. Oh yes, I love the layering, and you are so good at this! Great card! I also love that soft blue and lace on the umbrella card, soft and pretty, thanks for sharing Tracy!

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  11. what a super cute card, tracy! i looove the mushroom, butterfly, and flowers! and buttons! wowee, 12 layers! thanks for sharing and have a great nite! *hugs* steph :)

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  12. Your work is so original, elegant and unique! Thanks for joining us at Pile it On! Hope to see you again next week!

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  13. Wow.
    And now that the challenge between us for the most MS punches is over, I believe the next challenge MUST be layers. (I count them all all all the time...) I have never done this many, but I believe there is a Papercraft Star challenge coming up that will work and I will take on the 12 layers... hahahahehehehe (man, that did not even look evil at all did it)

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  14. I LOVE this Tracy! Everything from the layout to the colors and all of the details..just fabulous!

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  15. Wow what a find! that mushroom is cute (if a mushie can be cute?? lol) love it anyways!! love all your layers and o my look atthat stitching! great job and thanks for joining us for our distressing challenge this week at SSC.
    Hugs leonie

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  16. Just beautiful. I just love your mushroom. Thanks for playing at Paper Sundaes.

    Danielle

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