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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Our Friendship Card JRC_086


I made this card for the JustRite Papercraft Challenge #086 - Proud As A Peacock. For this challenge, we were to use peacock colors in our creations.

I decided to use my newest JustRite stamp set Vintage Oval Labels. I stamped them with VersaMark, and embossed them in gold. Then I colored them with Gelly Roll pens in shades of blue, green, violet and yellow. They were stamped onto Core'dinations Pearl paper. I love the metallic and sparkly look of the Gelly Roll pens on this paper.

I shaded the centers of the labels with violet Brilliance Ink, and cut them out with scissors. (There are matching Spellbinders dies for these labels, but I don't have them). Then, I outlined them with a gold pen, and mounted them onto pearlescent violet paper from my stash. I cut out around the label, and outlined that with gold as well.

The papers I used are DCWV Mariposa Stack, Core'dinations Pearl in white, and Gemstones in blue, more of the pearlescent violet paper, and Gold Mirror Card separating each layer from the next.

The white daisies are from Recollections, and the blue ones are some I made by layering various flower parts. The stamens were colored with a gold pen, and I added gold pearls to three of the corners. Both of the labels were mounted dimensionally.

7 comments:

Olga said...

stunning!

Sasha said...

Lovely rich peacock colours, Kathi. I love your new stamps and the way you coloured them...gorgeous! x

Marisa Job said...

This is such a pretty card!! Love the colors!!

Regina Hamilton said...

Beautiful.

Sheri said...

WOW! You really worked those colors in nicely! Great coloring too! Thanks for sharing with us at JustRite Inspiration ;-)

Marge said...

This is lovely in all those luscious colors from the inspiration photo!!!

Greta said...

So pretty! I haven't ever used my one JustRite stamp set, but I need to. You've inspired me!