Thursday, May 7, 2009

True Friend

Here is a card that I made for my guest design stint with Jen del Muro's Sketch For You To Try (SFYTT). I told you that you would be sick of the Chatterbox Fabulous papers...hang on, there is a lot more because I got the rest of the collection at the Spellbinders design team retreat. That makes me smile, I am kind of sorry for you though! :)
The Crystal Clear cardstock I placed in the four corners, was run through my Cuttlebug machine. Isn't the look wonderful? The cardstock is from Flourishes. It is thick enough to be a card base-awesome stuff! I know I have seen several people using it, so if you were one of them, let me know so I can give credit to those that inspired the idea! :) (Amy Sheffer, maybe)

Right now, I really have nothing to post. Well, that's not true, there are tons of projects, but I cannot share them with you. That's hard because I cannot wait to share them!!
Have a wonderful day! thanks for stopping by and for your emails, I love hearing from you!!

Patterned paper, Chipboard, Felt Trim-Chatterbox Fabulous
Cardstock-Papertrey Ink (Dark Chocolate)
Stamps-Papertrey Ink (Friends Til The End)
Ink-Palette (Dark Chocolate)

Acetate-Crystal Clear Cardstock (Flourishes)
Tools-Cuttlebug Swiss dot embossing folder


Stamp Talk with Tosh said...

Beautiful card Kim!! Love the dp's combined with the texture. And that butterfly on the chipboard? is fabulous! Love the sentiment running along the side too!! Awesome!!

Julie Masse said...

Beautiful Kim! Love the clear over the design - so pretty!:)

Anonymous said...

I was looking for an extra idea for after school stamping club today and I think I shall try those old clear overheads with the Cuttlebug! Thanks for even more inspiration, Kim! sUSAn

Tracey said...

This is gorgeous Kim! I can't wait to see everything else you have waiting in the wings!! :)

Jane Wetzel said...

Totally love this Kim! I HAVE to try that with the clear some just the other day! very cool!

Deanna said...

Um yeah this is stunning and so different!

Fae said...

Please do tell how you made the butterfly focal point? Thanks a bunch.

Clear Cards said...

Nice card. The design for this card is really nice and i think we should take inspiration from this kind of stuff. This is an example for the newbies.

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