Sunday, January 17, 2016

MC Jan/16 - Brocade Window - Hope Is The Thing - God Grant Me


At the last quilling session the gals put out a challenge to use your older dies... just found out about it yesterday BIG GRIN, so created this card... I'm using a favorite from a long time ago - Cuttlebug "Brocade Window" emboss and cut die.

I scored and folded my dark blue card (5"w x 7"h).

Painted a piece of white glossy cardstock using a blue Acrylic paint and then streaking in Viva Inka Gold "Silver" paint, moving everything around with a wet brush, dried and die cut the Brocade Window. Trimmed it down and adhered to card front.

Stamped the quote (Quietfire Design "Hope Is The Thing...") using Versamark and embossed with white embossing powder. Filled in the bird area with a Quickie glue pen and micro fine glitter "Star Dust".

Adhered a filigree butterfly (Memory Box "Viviene") from my stash cut from Paper Roots silver embossed paper adhered to white cardstock for strength. Adhered to card and used a Viva "Bronze" pearl pen for the body and antennae.

On the inside, stamped the stitching border (Stampers Anonymous Tim's "Spring Sprung" set) using Versamark and embossing with Emeradl Creek Hot Stuff "Turquoise Shimmer" embossing powder. 

Stamped the quote (Quietfire Design "God Grant Me...") using Versamark and embossed with the white embossing powder.

Created eCut files for the feathers, eCut then inked the stamps (Local King Rubber "Feather Pleasure" 6pce set) with various colors of Distress pads, misted with water and stamped. Adhered to card.

Click on any image to enlarge. Enjoy

And it fits for these challenges:
Hiding In My Craft Room  #234 Embossing
Sweet Stampin Challenge  Things with wings
Avenue 613  #159 Stylish/Elegant
Opus Gluei  #219 Sparkle & Shimmer
Alphabet Challenge  W for window (the cut/emboss folder is called Brocade Window...)
The Ssterhood of Crafters  #47 something old/new (the cut emboss folder is old and the feathers are new)
The Paper Shelter  #231 shades of blue
Scrap Creations  use something new (the feathers)
City Crafter  #294 butterfly (2nd entry)
Dies R Us  #41  stitching faux or real


13 comments:

Jackie Trinder said...

Hi you cards are stunning. Thank you for joining us at Alphabet Challenge Blog challenge W for window. Hugs Jackie (DT)

Darlene said...

FANTASTIC inside and out Yogi! Thanks so much for playing in our ‘STITCHING’ challenge at Dies R Us and the 'Something Old, Something New' challenge at the Sisterhood of Crafters! Please come back again soon!

Darlene (DRU Blog Leader)
DIES R US CHALLENGE BLOG
The Sisterhood of Crafters
DAR’S CRAFTY CREATIONS

Ros Crawford said...

Beautiful cards!! Thanks again for playing along at CCCB!!

Chat Noir said...

Love all the shimmering elements, especially the butterfly. The sentiment inside your card is my favourite. SO good to see you at Opus Gluei again.

Leslie Miller said...

Oh, that's pretty! Love that Cuttlebug die. Looks right up my alley. Glad to see this in our Stitching Challenge at Dies R Us, Yogi!

Anna said...

Great card! :) Thanks for joining us at The Paper Shelter. Good luck in the challenge and hope to see you again. :)
Hugs Anna

Stella said...

Another gorgeous card from you; good to see you for the second time this week :) And thanks so much for joining us again at CCCB!

Craftin Suzie (Susan Flynn) said...

Beautifully embossed card.Thanks for joining us this week at The Paper Shelter hugs Susan x

Cass said...

Beautiful card. Thanks for joining us at Sweet Stampin'
Cass xx

Cass said...

Beautiful card. Thanks for joining us at Sweet Stampin'
Cass xx

adziamar said...

Wonderful card, thank you so much for joining us at Sisterhood of Crafters challenge

Wedgie said...

Really pretty projects.
Thank you for sharing with us at Sweet Stampin this week, Wedgie xxx

Rosemary said...

I really love the shimmer you've added - it's there but seems so subtle and elegant. I think it is great that you've pulled out items from your stash and used them in a new or different way. I need to do that more often. What heartfelt cards you've created here, Yogi, thank you for sharing them with us at Opus Gluei!