October 12, 2008

CPS86 To Your and Yours

Guess you could say I'm on a roll making Christmas cards this weekend.... I could not resist this week's sketch (CPS86) from Card Positioning Systems.  It is such an easy layout and works so well with my image, To You and Yours. I stamped the image using a technique, featured on SCS, called Faux Dry Embossing. I added lots of sparkle with glitter, and a Stardust clear gel pen.  Thanks for stopping by, and have a great week!
Supplies: Stamps - SU! To You and Yours, Best Yet; Paper - SU! purely pomegranate, close to cocoa and SU! DP; Ink - SU! craft white and purely pomegranate; Accessories - Nestibilities; SU! oval punch, MS border, dazzling diamonds and some tiny pearls.

16 comments:

  1. Prerty, pretty, love your colors and your layout. Happy week-end.

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  2. Oh how cool is this??? I love this technique...my friend Michelle did this for a swap recently and I was just agog over it! This one has that same effect! Too Cool!

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  3. Gorgeous Christmas card.
    Hugs and smiles

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  4. you really made a wonderful christmas card!!

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  5. Wow, this is gorgeous, Pat! Love the faux dry embossing with this image. I'll have to CASE this one!

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  6. This is awesome! Great job on the technique and lovely colors!!

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  7. Lovely job on this technique, the colours you chose are lovely

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  8. very pretty, love the colors

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  9. You did such a neat job with the CPS sketch! Love the technique too.

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  10. SO pretty! Love that sparkly house!

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  11. Hey Pat - great card! Love the simple sketch, your colour scheme, the tiny pearls ... everything really!
    TFS!

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  12. This is so pretty and great technique too.

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  13. oh, pretty! love the non traditional xmas colors and super take on the cps sketch!

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  14. very pretty Pat. the color scheme is very pretty too.

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  15. Beautiful colors, great job on the sketch!!

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