Sunday, October 25, 2009

Holly and Berries Sizzix Embossing Plates.


Here is the card I made for Unscripted Sketches using a variety of materials and techniques. The products can be seen in the photo.Unscripted Sketches 28

The background page was made using my Cuttlebug and Sizzix Embossing plate Holly and Berries. I used Tim Holtz Applicator to add the Fired Brick ink and then spritzed it with water. When dry I lightly inked with the green.
The red rectangle was made using the Holly Ribbons Cuttlebug Embossing Folder and the Joy was cut and inked from The Cuttlebug Season's Greetings Embossing Folder.
I used the Dabbers to paint up the foam stamp and then stamp it onto white cardstock. I outlined the Holly with green pen and lightly inked it with the green ink.
The eyelets I put in with a Fiskars Eyelet Tool.

I had fun making this card as it had so many techniques.

7 Comments:

Steph said...

Rose-Anne this is fabulous! Love your take on this weeks sketch. So glad you joined us again!

Caryl P said...

Beautiful card, thank you for sharing all the details and techniques you used. I love the look of the embossed piece with a variety of inks applied and spritzed. Thanks for being Unscripted this week!

itsabrt said...

What a wonderful technique intensive card! Beth aka BR-T

Dawn said...

Love all the techniques you used to make your card...great take on our sketch this week.Thanks for playing along with US.

Marcy said...

I really like your card! I am also a fan of Tim Holtz's paints and inks. Great job, thanks for playing along with US this week.

Sarah said...

SO fun! Love all the techniques you used. Great card. Thanks so much for playing along with us at Unscripted again.
Sarah M
Unscripted DT

Libby said...

Great card Rose-Anne. I love all the different techniques and the colours you have used.

Elissa Rose

In loving memory of my granddaughter Elissa Rose
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