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Thank you so much for stopping by to visit my blog... it is changing as I change and learn more things... I hope after Christmas to get an opportunity to make some more CARDS. I am loving Loom Knitting now... and have lots to do before Christmas....I don't mind sharing how I do things and if you have questions you can E-MAIL me @ winacard@gmail.com and I will be happy to answer any questions that I have.


Friday, July 17, 2009

Plaids and Flowers

This week at The Cuttlebug Spot we were to do a technique that had been done it the past... I am pretty new to The Cuttlebug Design Team so I went back and researched what I wanted to do... I came across the challenge to emboss something other than paper...so I embossed velum with the Stylized Flowers embossing folder.... I then colored it with colored pencils from the back and trimmed around the shapes.... I hope that you like what I have done!! ... we are blog hopping this week... Hop on over to Margie/Bella Bugs blog by clicking HERE...... thank you so much for looking! I love your comments! .... Hugs, Jeannie

27 comments:

DonnaMundinger said...

WooHoo first to post,(I think unless somebody's typing faster than me. LOL) Beautiul Jeannie! Great minds think alike, I picked the same technique. Not the same stuff though. Yours is so pretty and mine is rough and tough. LOL LOVE THIS! xxD

Margie said...

Jeannie, I love what you've done with this! What a great way to use that folder and the coloring on the reverse side gives it such a softness! Beautiful card!

~JulieH~ said...

Oh Jeannie I love the softness of your card and colouring from the back what a great idea. i also love how you have cut around the vellum. Beautiful beautiful card!
Hugs
Juliexx

KarenB said...

How beautiful! Great work Jeannie!!

Lost in Paper said...

I really like your card... a great technique, I'll have to check into this, I'd like to try it!

Rheannon said...

Beautiful work Jeannie! You did a great job with this technique. I love how vibrant the coloring is behind the vellum.
Hugs
Rheannon

Piali said...

Beautiful technique!!! I used colors on embossing folders never tried trimming them ,now I will do so. Thanks for sharing.

aworld said...

This is gorgeous, just like all of your cards!!!!!

I'm glad you are on the CB Design Team!

Lil Sis said...

Card looks lovely - great technique.
Beccy x

LiveLaughScrap said...

Great card. Blog Hopping off to Margie's blog.
Lori

Lynne in NI said...

Oh wow - I love this!

Sarah A said...

Brilliant idea to cut around the enbossed shape, I have this folder so will have to try it!

Off to blog hop again!

Angela said...

tfs your card! its very cute!

Crissy said...

beautiful card, you've got some serious talent!

KarenB said...

I've never tried embossing vellum, thanks for sharing :) I'm blog-hopping too.

Southernbelle said...

Beautiful work!

Aymee

BlueRose said...

Lovely card I love how you use many different textures of paper....♥

meluv2scrap said...

Amazing Cards! Great blog!

"Um Buggin" said...

Jeannie, gorgeous card my friend. I love the way you used the technique with the vellum. One of my favorites. Then all of your cards are my favorites. LOL, TFS

Hugz, xx

~L~

Donna said...

I love to blog hop. I haven't tried this technique before. I've only had my Cuttlebug about a month so I just may have to try this one. Thanks for the inspiration!

"SNOWMANLOVER" said...

Wow, Jeannie, what a great technique. I just love your work!! barb

Josie0602 said...

Very pretty card!! Love seeing different techniques!

Nikki said...
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Nikki said...

Jeannie,
Just another wonderful creation that you make, that's a great idea for vellum with the embossing very delicate
Huggs Nikki

~BridgetL~ said...

beautiful card Jeannie. Love how you embossed the vellum.

Ann said...

Beautiful - love embossed vellum and the colouring makes it even better.
Ann xxx

Kr├╝mel said...

This is just and adorable card Jeannie! Love how you colored the embossed areas - and how clever to do that on the back. And I love how the background paper looks through the vellum.
Hugs,
Kathrin aka Kruemel

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