Friday, July 9, 2010

monochromatic blues

Have you ever worked on an acetate card? This was my first try and I love how it turned out! I will do these more in the future for workshops- great technique idea!

I decided to enter the CARDS blog challenge again, monochromatic in all blues. I thought that the acetate would work perfectly with a Snowflake design, add to the cold frozen image. The stamp is from CTMH and used MS glitter to add pizazz. Blue rhinestone to finish it off. Also used lots of scraps for this card. The only part that becomes tedious is making sure to hide the glue strips, using lots of larger cardstock pieces inside the card (one to write a sentiment on and the other to finish off the front.

Also for the challenges:
Paper Sundaes#25: white plus one color
AudSentimentsChallenge: #6 no sentiment
Christmas Stamping: #56, free challenge


Carla aka scrappypug said...

gorgeous card...just beautiful. Thanks for joining us a Paper Sundaes!

Audrey said...

What a beautiful card! I love the CAS style of it. Thanks for joining us at Aud Sentiments.

Sally said...

Absolutely beautiful! I love the blues.

SuzanneK said...

Just beautiful, very elegant. Thanks for playing along at Aud Sentiments.

BananaStamper said...

Fantastic card! I have yet to try acetate, but really should! Thanks for playing along with us at Paper Sundaes!

Kathi C. said...

This card is absolutely beautiful, Kelly!

Dragonlady said...

HI there

Gorgeous card, perfect snowflake. Thanks for playing along at Aud Sentiments.

Hugs Ali x

Emma and Susan said...

Great card!!
Thanks for joining us at Aud Sentiments this time
Love and hugs

Maria said...

Thank you for playing along in our challenge this week at Christmas Stampin All Year Long! Your card is beautiful!! Hope to see you playing along with us again! Good luck in the challenge!


Wendy Ramlakhan said...

What a beautiful card, I love the acetate.

Thanks for joining us at Aud Sentiments - hope you will play along with us again.


Julie said...

Gorgeous! Thanks for joining us at Aud Sentiments