Tuesday, January 24, 2017

SHOPPING OUR STASH #287 - All That Glitters is Gold



Hello crafty peeps! It's time for a new challenge at SHOPPING OUR STASH! For this week's prompt, we want to see GOLD on your cards or projects.
Here is what I came up with:


 and the inside:

I bought this stamp set last year and this is the first time I inked her up. NBUS! She's stamped directly to the front of my kraft card base, and colored with Prisma Color pencils. I accented the image by adding gold dots with a gold Gelly Roll pen. I then die cut that gorgeous flower frame from gold foil paper and glued it around the image. I sponged brown ink around the edges. On the inside, I cut a panel from kraft, stamped the sentiment, and sponged more brown ink around the edges, then dragged a gold ink pad along the edges also.

Now it's your turn to play along! Just link up your card or project at Shopping Our Stash so we can admire it! For more inspiration, check out what my teammates and our Guest Designer, Marina, created for your viewing pleasure.

Just a reminder: We are looking for Guest Designers! If you'd like to be considered for February, simply leave a 'DT' after your name when you link up. Easy peasy!

Thanks for visiting. Have a wonderful day!


I'd like to enter this at The Paper Players #328 - CAS with flowers



Supplies:
Stamps: Unity Stamps - Faceless Beauty
Ink: Memento - Rich Cocoa; Colorbox/Susan K. Weckesser - Shimmer
DP: Bazzill - gold foil
CS: Darice
Accessories: Prisma Color pencils; GC; Memory Box - Fairytale Flower Frame; Sakura - gold Gelly Roll pen; sponging tool
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner; Scotch - scrapbooker's glue


13 comments:

  1. Chris this is such a beautiful project.
    This will also be perfect for one entry as an anything goes creation for our challenge below.
    Hugs
    Desíre
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  2. Absolutely breath taking card, Your colouring is flawless, the design perfect.

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  3. holy moly!!! that frame tho!!!!!! <3 (not to mention the amazingly colored image!!!)

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  4. I love the gold frame!! Such a pretty card!!

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  5. Wow, I can't believe how great the pencils look on the kraft-- add that to my long list of "must try" items! I really like the bohemian look of it. The sweet sentiment on the inside really goes perfectly with the image, and I love your treatment of the inside panel. Bravo.

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  6. Perfect gold frame for that beautifully coloured image Chris. Love the touch of gold on her flower. Just fabulous!

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  7. Ohhhhhh love that you stamped directly on the kraft paper!! And the pretty gold frame....ahhhh....awesome!!

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  8. WOW! What a stunning frame you have created around your lady! Beautiful, the gold foil really catches the eye. And, I must say, I recently purchased my first every jelly roll pen and they are AWESOME! Thanks for joining us at The Paper Players this week! Crystal, DT

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  9. A beautiful card, Chris! The intricate gold frame is so pretty surrounding your lovely lady. So glad you joined us this week at The Paper Players!

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  10. This is awesome, Chris! LOVE the one layer stamped panel. Your coloring on kraft is amazing! And that gold fancy frame is gorgeous. Love that you added some gold dots to the image, too. Wow!

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  11. Gorgeous gold flower frame - it's VERY gold - and your beautiful use of colouring pencils is quite inspiring to me (who got some for Christmas!).

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  12. Chris, I love the way Prismacolor pencils look on Kraft paper, for some reason, they take a different shade and blend beautifully on it. This image is colored perfectly the gorgeous golden flower frame is the most lovely detail.
    Hugs,
    Maria.

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  13. This is gorgeous, Chris! The composition and execution are perfect! I just love it!
    Hugz,
    Chana

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