Thursday, August 13, 2009

Spellbinders art work

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I am SO excited to share these projects with you!! This first Spellbinders project is featured in the New Release catalog and highlights the totally fabulous Letter Press technique that is all the rage. By inking an Impressabilities, placing cardstock over the top of it, and then running it through the machine, you get this gorgeous, and I mean gorgeous, inked and embossed pattern.

Supplies: Spellbinders Die Templates-Flower Impressabilities, Rectangles Large, Scalloped Rectangles Large, Nested Butterfly, Patterned paper and sticker-Chatterbox (Fabulous), Ribbon-Creative Impression, Ink-Clearsnap (ColorBox Chalk Pumpkin Que, Chocolate and Blueberries Que), Cardstock-Papertrey Ink (Vintage Cream, Dark Chocolate)

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This is the card that is featured on the Circle Cut Impressabilities packaging. That still amazes me!!! This card also uses the Letter Press technique. Isn’t that background groovy?

Supplies: Spellbinders Die Templates-Circle Cut Impressabilities (available early September), Labels 4, Stamps-Hero Arts (Everyday Messages), Ink-Clearsnap (Colorbox Chalk Black), Cardstock-Papertrey Ink (Stamper’s Select White, Raspberry Fizz, True Black)

Kimberly Crawford Baby Ensemble for Terri O view 2

And finally one more project featured in the New Release catalog. This is a baby shower ensemble that utilizes the wonderful new Borderabilities. I used the Eyelet Borderabilities to create a napkin ring, the bottom border of a name place card, the border of a flap of a treat box, and the decorative ring around a cupcake holder. So much fun! :)

Supplies: Spellbinders Die Templates-Eyelet Borderabilities, Patterned paper and Stamps-Crate (Lil Sprout), Ink-Clearsnap (Colorbox Chalk Pumpkin Que), Cardstock-Papertrey Ink (Vintage Cream), Twine-May Arts, Buttons-Papertrey Ink

Have a terrific day and thanks for stopping by!

Oh, a quick reminder, I LOVE when you ask questions, BUT, leave me an email so I can respond to you!! :) You can turn your email on in your Google profile, or leave it at the end of your comment. I feel so badly when I cannot help you out!!

And one more thing, Happy Birthday to my FIL!! :)

16 comments:

Norine said...

everything you do is always so pretty love these
Hugs
Norine

Maile Belles said...

Beautiful work!!! Too cool, your work is featured in the catalog and on the packaging!!!

Betty Wright said...

WOW!!! Gorgeous designs and projects, Kim!!! Wonderfully done!!!

Tracey said...

wooooooowwwww xxxx

Regina Easter said...

wow kim, everything is FABULOUS............

Latisha said...

Love all three projects, however the first card totally blew me away!!! I love everything about it!!
hugs
latisha

imastampin said...

What great creations Kimberly!

Claire Brennan said...

I just come here to drool!!!!

TanishaRenee said...

girl, these are gorgeous as always! I love that letter press technique! I really love that letter press technique!

Niki Estes said...

Great projects, Kim! I love that first one especially! Love the colors and what a fun technique!

Charlene Austin said...

These are absolutley FABULOUS missy!! The letterpress backgrounds are just stunning.

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

Beautiful work! I love the black and white, your gift set is super sweet!

Stacy Milford said...

all i can say is WOW! I'm just in awe of your work! love all of the fun techniques...i'm just drooling :o)

Melvin said...

WOW! This block is beautiful! You do amazing work!
thanks for sharing....

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Kira said...

Ahh I absolutley love the Futrue belongs to... card because it's an Eleanor Roosevelt quote and she was just amazing :D It's my all time favorite quote

Julie O. said...

Love, love, love this!! No wonder why it was chosen! Just beautiful. Did you combine all those inks to get this gorgeous color??