It's time for another Bellarific Friday. Today the team is showcasing our Stamp of the Month Uptown Girl Lolly and her Brolly. You can get her this month for 20% off. YAY!!
Last weeks challenge was Free Form. For my card I started by masking off where the blue stripe is with some Frog tape. I used Peacock Feathers and Tumbled Glass Distress inks to create the ombre gradient. Next I used some embossing paste and a stencil to create the texture on the right hand side of the card. The sentiment was stamped onto vellum with Versamark and heat embossed with Liquid Platinum embossing powder.
Lolly is colored with Prismas. I stamped her twice and cut out the umbrella, daisy, and her boots for some 3-D layering.
Next weeks challenge is a Mojobella Sketch.
To play along just use a Stamping Bella image (make sure you use something that's currently in the store stock) and the theme requirements. You can enter your project in the Inlinkz over at Blogabella or get your project photographed and emailed to Em at (emily at stampingbella dot com) with Bellarific Friday challenge and the date of the challenge in the subject line by Thursday evening. Em offers a $25.00 Bella Bucks prize to one lucky winner every month.
You can find all the wonderful DT creations as well as those who participated in the sketch challenge over at Blogabella.
Paper--Recollections, The Paper Studio vellum
Stamps--Stamping Bella "Uptown Girl Lolly and her Brolly"
Ink--Memento Tuxedo Black, Versamark, Prismacolor pencils and Gamsol, Tumbled Glass and Peacock Feathers Distress ink
Tools--The Crafters Workshop Mini Cubist stencil
Miscellaneous--Crystal Stickles, Recollections ultra fine glitter, Ranger Liquid Platinum embossing powder, Wendy Vecchi embossing paste
Absolute perfection! From the glittered stencilling to your blended BG ... Gorgeous!
A really gorgeous card Tracy, love it.
As always Tracy a stunning card ! Fab x
Oh, man, this is amazing, Tracy! LOVE your prisma coloring and love the 3D effect you got with all the layering. She looks amazing fussy cut and overlapping the inked panel, and the embossing is so fabulous, too. Looks like she is perched next to a brick wall. There's a sense of a scene, without being a literal scene at all... and that is just genius!
Super card!! I love the embossed brick texture and ombre strip to show off your cutie image :) Have a great weekend!
I love the image and the 3D effects but my fave is how you added the texture on the side! And the added vellum and embossed text just completes a perfect design!! Hugs
Oh, Tracy, what a sweetheart! I love her and how you've fussy cut her and added such a wonderful background! Wow! I love it!! Hugs, sweet friend!
Your work continues to be excellent ! Think of you often, hope you are well...
Beautiful card!! You always make such lovely cards!!!!
Tracy I love the background y created. I must remember that trick with the frog tape.
A beautiful background and gorgeous layered image Tracy, love it.
My mil has that sentiment at the bottom of all her emails. Such a beautiful way to highlight that image! GREAT texture!
I love it! Love the embossed sentiment like crazy - I just never seam to be able to pull it off. :(
Great, bright colors, too. :)
Have an awesome day, Tracy...
She's a beauty! I'm more than ready to have my chance to jump in puddles. Beautiful card T and always love that velum. :D
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