Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Papercraft Star Challenge #50

     It's week number three of our dual challenges at Papercraft Star.  This weeks challenge is to make a creation using elements that start with the letters of the word STAR.  I have to admit it took me a little while to come up with the combination I used.
     The focal point of my card is the stamped image of the bird which I have matted onto a Scallop die cut.  Beneath the image I've used some fun Trim.  The base of my card is kraft cardstock.  The first mat is chocolate brown and the second was created with Alcohol ink.  Lastly I added some matching Rhinestones.
     Cecilia is offering another set of TradeFish Designs stamps for this weeks prize  and our Grand Prize sponsor for the month of June is The Scrapbooking Cottage.  Each time you play your name will go into the drawing at the end of the month for the Grand prize.  Our link will be open until 9:00 p.m. EST on Sunday.
     Happy Wednesday!


Supplies


Paper: Ranger Gloss Paper, Bazzill, Recollections
Stamps:  TradeFish Designs "Missing You", Tim Holtz "Urban Grunge"
Inks:  Rust, Caramel, Latte, and Gold Alcohol inks
Tools:  Nestabilities Labels Eight (S5-019), Classic Scalloped Ovals (S4-111), and Classic Ovals Large (S4-110)
Miscellaneous:  Stampendous Jeweled Gold Transparent embossing powder, Versamark, Timber Brown Stazon, acrylic rhinestones, trim from my stash

4 comments:

  1. Hoi Tracy, your creation is a beauty!
    And I want to say HALLO.
    Greetings hennie.

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  2. It's so fun the way you came up with "STAR" and created such a beautiful card! I won some of the glossy paper and I have some alcohol inks that I haven't opened yet. Maybe I'll have to get to work! :o)

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  3. Hi tracy,what a beautiful card!
    And love the pictures ,what is nature beautiful

    Hugs Heidy

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  4. That sweet little bird has returned to its nest :-) Glad to see it arrived home safe and sound. It's a darling card Tracy, hugs, Ira

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