Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Arigato

     Our Papercraft Star challenge this week is "Thank You". 
     For my card I stamped the base mat of the card with a Ornate Background stamp and embossed it with gold embossing powder.  The fan is made from vellum and I used a little digi image from Beccy's Place for the flowers on it.  They're colored with Prismacolor pencils.  For my focal point I used this cute little Asian lady image from Stretch 'n Bubbles.  I paper pieced her using a Floral Fabric Domino THATB digital image.  Her face and the umbrella are colored with Copics.  The floral panel behind her is also a digital image from the Oriental backgrounds digital file.
     We have a special guest with us this week, Ros Crawford.  Make sure you check out her guest project!  :-)
     You can link up your "Thank You" projects by 6:00 a.m. EST on Monday.
     I'd like to enter my card into the following challenges:

Simon Says Stamp--Thanksgiving/Thanks
Party Time Tuesdays--thanks, giving thanks, being thankful
Paper Sundaes--digital images
Sentimental Sundays--Thanksgiving, thank you + sentiment
Aud Sentiments--thank you or Thanksgiving

     Happy Wednesday!


Supplies
  • Papers:  Recollections, Kraft Outlet Translucent Vellum, Kodak Photo Paper, Copic X-Press It Blending card
  • Digital Image:  The House Across the Bay "Oriental Backgrounds (112)" and "Floral Fabric Dominoes (119)"
  • Stamp:  Stretch 'n Bubbles "Tooling", Beccy's Place "Blossom Branch", Stampabilities "Ornate Background"
  • Ink:  Copics, Prismacolor pencils, Brilliance Galaxy Gold Dew Drop, Versamark
  • Misellaneous:  Ranger Gold embossing powder, Recollectiions pearls, fiber from my stash

17 comments:

  1. Stunning card Tracy, love your idea of creating a parasol out of vellum, this is so Asian looking! Hugs, Ira

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  2. Oh Tracy,this is gorgeous,love the parasol!
    Hugs Heidy

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  3. So unique and different! Love the job you did on the hair! You really can do ANYTHING, my friend! :o)

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  4. Gorgeous artwork! Enter it over at Simon Says for a thanks challenge!

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  5. What a gorgoeus card. I love the image. Thanks for joining us at Aud Sentiments.

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  6. Stunning card! I love the fan you created!

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  7. Tracy this is so gorgeous! I love the paper piecing and embossing. The fan is such a lovely touch. You always have such beautiful creations:-)

    Anitra

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  8. How clever ARE you !! The fan is just inspired, and this is one of the most beautiful Oriental cards I have ever seen. Wonderful wonderful wonderful...

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  9. tracy this is adorable! I love the folded fan and the cute image ... thanks so much for inviting me this week

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  10. Wow! Tracy, what a gorgeous card!! I am blown away! Love this!!

    Thank you very much for joining us this week at the Simon Says Stamp Challenge Blog!

    Hugs...
    Melissa

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  11. Wow fab card, love the detail. Thanks for joining us at Paper Sundaes
    Hugs Kat xx

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  12. You paper pieced her dress!!! Genius! What a fabulous way to use that digi! I love every single detail of your card!
    Kindest regards,
    Jennifer

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  13. Tracy this card is stunning! I love the image and the vellum fan... wow!! You are amazing!

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  14. A truly beautiful card, your attention to detail and the colours are wonderful. Thanks so much for joining us at Party Time Tuesdays this week.

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  15. Wonderful card, thanks for joining us at Sentimental Sundays this week.
    Hugs, Bente

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  16. Wow! Such elegant papers!! I love the image too - very cute : )

    Thanks so much for sharing your creativity at the Simon Says Stamp Challenge!!
    -Sarah

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  17. a gorgeous creation! Thanks for joining in at our challenge at AUD Sentiments! Gemma :)

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