Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Quilting It Up

Today's card is definitely outside of my comfort zone. I decided to try to play along with the SCACD challenge. The goal was to create a card using a stamp from the site along with a quilting technique. I do not do machine stitching so this one was pieced the old fashioned way... glue and faux stitching... compliments of my trusty black acid free pen and straight edge. I really like how it turned out! Here's to trying new techniques!

Card Recipe

Cardstock - Bazzill, Image - Gina K Pure Luxury
Pattern Paper - Bo-Bunny Lunch Sack Splatter, Pressed Petals Blue Plaid, Bo-Bunny Shabby Princess Bluebell Blossom (cut in 3/4 inch stripes and adhered randomly to cardstock base and trimmed)
Punch - Martha Stewart - Eyelet
Image - SCACD - Elisabeth Bell - New Friends
Ink - Memento Tuxedo Black
Memento Desert Sand - Sponged onto pieced work to age it
Memento Summer Sky - Sponged around image for sky
Markers - Copic
Ribbon - Stampin Up
Spellbinders Nestabilities - Labels One - Used to cut and emboss image


Kim said...

Lori this is gorgeous! I absolutely love your quilt technique! :) such a beauty! Thanks for joining us at the SCACD Challenge!
Hugs~ Kim

Lori said...

This is FABULOUS, Lori! Way to go stretching your comfort zone : ) Thanks so much for playing along with us at SCACD Challenge!
Love and hugs ~ Lori

Alex said...

I think it is STUNNING! You show do more of it! Just a wonderful job with the 'quilting' and the image is colored beautifully.

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