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Time for another Divine Diva Inspiration Challenge! Today our picture comes from Hostessblog.com We had several but I chose this towering chocolate work of art. I like the look of the autumn colored fruit against all the chocolate. Yummy!


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BEST OF 2010

All images are Innovative Stamp Creations. For my card, I white embossed the leaf background on dk chocolate card stock. I did the same with the sentiment, and extra leaf and one of the pears. I used chocolate brown embossing powder on the big leaf, two more pears and the sentiment, again. I pieced together the sentiment from the two different colors. For the big leaf and one pear, I used dye reinkers  and a water brush to color them. The final card measures 5.5 x 4.25.

Please stop by and visit all of the Diva team, I know they’ll have some yummy creations for you!

Lori (chanteuse)
Chris (glowbug)
Anne (jdmommy)
Donna (donnarie)
Kerri (girlydecou)
Julie (justwritedesigns) you are here!

Thanks for stopping by! We’d love for you to join our challenge. Please put DDIC in your keywords.

 

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Supplies:
stamps: ISC
paper: watercolor, dk chocolate
ink: Colorbox frost white pigment, VersaFine Onyx, Adirondack dye reinkers
accessories: white & chocolate embossing powders, water brush

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Welcome to the Sparkle N Sprinkle Fall Inspiration Blog Hop!
If you hopped here by way of Judy Rozema’s blog, then you’re on the right track. If you’ve arrived from somewhere else, you might want to start from
the beginning, at the SNS blog, so as not to miss anyone’s remarkable cards! This is a 2 day hop,  10/18/10 thru 10/19/10

Of course a prize is involved. Just:
  1. Leave a comment at each person’s blog (if experiencing technical problems, e-mail SNS_Artist@tampabay.rr.com with your name in the subject field, and include a message about the artist’s card and which blog it was at).
  2. Follow the directions at the last blog to become eligible for a stamp set of your choice!

Julie Warner - justwritedesigns https://thewritestuff.justwritedesigns.com/

(You may have seen these cards on the Splitcoast Faux Brad Tutorial which debuted 10/13/10.)  For both of my cards, I used the Autumn Swirl set 410. Isn’t it lovely? For the first card, I used a rainbow ink pad for the tree, greeting and 1/2″ faux brads. I used a Spellbinders rectangle to cut it out and a petite oval for the greeting. On the horizontal mustard layer, I stamped another of the swirl images using part of the Autumn Leaves Kpad. The sentiment was die cut using a petite oval nestie. The faux brads were made using a scrap of the vanilla which I first stamped w/ the swirl images using the Kpads. These faux brads are 1/2 inch. Finished card measures 5.5 x 4.25 (A2).

Supplies:
stamps: Sparkle N Sprinkle – Autumn Swril set 410
paper: vanilla, mustard, grape
ink: Kaleidacolor Creole Spice & Autumn Leaves
accessories: Spellbinders petite ovals & rectangles, 1/2 inch hole punch (faux brads)

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For this second card, I used the same images and layout, but “painted” my tree with 3 different embossing powders. The swirly tree image was stamped w/ VM and I used the 3 embossing powders and a technique I call “painting w/ ep”. I used a rectangle nestie to cut it out. Two very narrow mats, 1 mustard, 1 rust (spritzed w/ bleach), back it.

On the horizontal mustard layer, I stamped another of the swirl images using part of the Autumn Leaves Kpad. The sentiment was die cut using a petite oval nestie. The Faux Brads were made using a scrap of the vanilla which I first stamped w/ the swirl images using VM and sprinkled w/ the embossing powders. These faux brads are 1/2 inch. Finished card measures 5.5 x 4.25 (A2).

Supplies:
stamps: Sparkle N Sprinkle – Autumn Swril set 410
paper: vanilla, mustard, rust (spritzed w/ bleach)
ink: VersaMark, Kaleidacolor Autumn Leaves
accessories: embossing powders (Indian Corn, Fall Fiesta & Golden Follies- all SNS), Spellbinders petite ovals & rectangles, 1/2 inch hole punch (faux brads), bleach

Thanks so much for stopping by! To continue the hop, please visit Sandy Meier who will be sharing her lovely Autumn inspired design.

 

 

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Julie Warner - justwritedesigns https://thewritestuff.justwritedesigns.com/

Happy Columbus Day!

This card was made for two challenges at Splitcoast: yesterday’s Featured Stamper (FS192) and today’s Technique Lover’s Challenge (TLC294). For the FS challenge, I chose Jenn’s CAS Trees. I kept the 3 repeated images and horizontal layout, but used different images and offset them slightly. I also changed the colors. For the TLC challenge, I used damp water color paper but instead of stamping with ink, I scribbled water color crayons directly onto the stamp, misted it, then stamped onto the w/c paper.

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Weekly-Favorite

All images are Innovative Stamp Creations. After I colored, misted and stamped  the sunflower block  individual sunflower 3 times, I used a lt brown gel pen to add a little definition and cross hatching to the images. I used deckle scissors to cut out the blocks and attached them to a piece of turquoise card stock. I stamped the greeting in the lower right then used a white gel pen to highlight and a dk orange pen to shadow the letters. It’s attached to a white, 5.5 x 4.25 (A2) card. The sunflowers were added and a cut out butterfly. I made 3 faux brads and attached them to the lower right card front.

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Thanks so much for stopping by!
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Supplies:
stamps: ISC – Nesting, Flowers Watercolor Effect
paper: water color, turquoise
ink: Ancient Page turquoise
accessories: Caran d’ache water color crayons, white & dk orange gel pens, deckle scissors, mist sprayer

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