Thursday, June 21, 2012

Fleur de Lis in Blue

Today's card is created using the gorgeous background Stamp Wallpaper Print illustrated by Laura Kirste Campbell for Penny Black Inc.

I have stamped white card with Tsukineko Versamark and embossed using White Embossing Powder, then sponged using blue ink, adding some light and shade by varying the depth of the ink.

I have added this gorgeous Fleur de Lis by Want2Scrap - don't you just love the way it compliments the stamped background.

I have added black gems, also from Want2Scrap - Black Rhinestones I love the way they look good on masculine cards as well.

Finishing off with some Baker's Twine, black lace and a Fleur de Lis emblem that was sent to my in a RAK.

YOu can see two of Laura's cards using her divine Wallpaper Print by visiting her new website Laura Kirste

This card is for the following challenges:
Cooking It Up With Katie - Dad or special guy, Texture & Metal
Crafts and Me - anything goes
Scrapbook Sisters - diamond  
Use It Tuesdays All About Dad  - used Bakers Twine and Embellishment I have had for over a year (**head hung in shame**)

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  1. Linda this is a great card - the background pattern almost looks as though it is flocked wallpaper. Amazing.

  2. What an elegant card. I love the bling and the little charm!!

  3. Wonderful! How cool that you have the same image (Fleur de Lis) in so many mediums to come together on this card!
    I received my order of LOC stamps. Now that I see the lovely things Laura and Nina are doing for Penny Black, I'm going to have to start collecting those, too!
    You're a great sales woman, Linda! =))
    Hugs and Blessings!!


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