Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Papercraft Star Challenge #57

     Hope you all had a chance to grab those freebies we offered last week at Papercraft Star.  Another one went up yesterday in case you missed it.  This marks our second week with our new sponsor, The House Across the Bay.
     For my card this week I used one of the Ancient Manuscripts images behind the tag pocket I created for the front of my card.  Both the manuscript and my copic colored A Day For Daisies image reflect our book theme for this weeks challenge.  I used some beautiful Bo Bunny Gabrielle paper for the large mat.  I created the tag pocket and used some Distress inks to randomly stamp in some colors that matched the DP.  I added a Large Grungy Prim Tag from Kraft Outlet in the pocket.  It can be used as a book mark.
     The "hinges" and the sentiment tag are all Nestie die cuts.
     You can get your "Books" project linked up at Papercraft Star by Monday at 6:00 a.m. EST for your chance at a digital download prize from THATB!
I'd like to enter my little book lover into the following challenges:

Sentimental Sundays--flowers plus sentiment
Stamp Something--August digi day
Craft Us Crazy--anything goes

     Thanks for popping in!


Supplies

The House Across the Bay Digital image from Ancient Manuscripts (033)
Papers:  Bo Bunny Gabrielle, Bazzill, Recollections, Copic X-Press It Blending card, Kodak Glossy Photo paper
Stamp:  A Day For Daisies "A Magical Read", My Minds Eye "Gertie Girly" stamps, Tim Holtz "Heartfelt" Cling Stamps
Ink:  Tumbled Glass, Tattered Rose, and Walnut Stain Distress inks
Copics

           skin E000, E00, E11, R20
           hair E29, E31, E35, E37, E39
           clothing R11, R12, R14
           butterflies B00
           book E50, E53, E57, G82
           shadowing W1, W3
Tools:  Nestabilities Fancy Tags (S4-235), Martha Stewart Frond and Branch punches
Miscellaneous:  Recollections brads, Kraft Outlet Large Grungy Prim Tag, paper doily and lace from my stash, Prima and Recollections flowers, Recollections pearls, Martha Stewart seam binding

15 comments:

  1. Gorgeous Tracy,love the vintage look that you created!
    Hugs Heidy

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  2. This is truly a beauty Tracy! I love the "feel" that it portrays! Really lovely! :o)

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  3. What a gorgeous card.. So many wonderful layers.. And that image is beautiful..

    Hope you are enjoying your day!!

    Hugs, Linda

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  4. fantastic, a truly beautiful card

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  5. Oh My Tracy! What a beautiful card. This is a double click for me! I just had to take a closer look at all that beauty!!!!

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  6. Oh, this is so beautiful, Tracy! Looks like a fairy tale! LOVE all the detail here. The vintage style is SO up my alley. :)

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  7. Luv luv that shabby vintagey look.
    I will be honored if you will add this project in our weekly linking party every Wednesdays at
    http://www.passionatelyartistic.com/2011/08/my-inner-baker-with-linking-party.html
    Have a great week,
    Maggie
    http://passionatelyartistic.com

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  8. You always always do something just that little bit different from everyone else, always unique, and your patience always shows. Hugs !! (great take on the book theme too, love it !!)

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  9. Beautiful Tracy! I love the earth tones with the peach color, they look wonderful together.

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  10. Beautiful card Tracy, love the soft tone and romantic feel!

    Thanks for introducing me to Kraft Journal, I am so glad I finally find time to play along, it was fun, thanks!

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  11. This is gor-geous! I love the soft warm colors and all the layers! That peach color is calling my name and your card has has just the right amount of vintage style that I love!

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  12. There are so many beautiful layers and detail! The delicate lace, flowers and coloring! Fabulous!
    Kindest regards,
    Jennifer

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  13. Absolutely gorgeous! LOVE the distressing! I have distress inks on my wish list, will get them soon!

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  14. Oh, so pretty! So glad you linked up at Craft Us Crazy!

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