Thursday, January 12, 2012

Cards Magazine - January 2012

Hello friends! Today I have a post for a card that is featured in the January issue of Cards Magazine! I was so thrilled to have this card chosen as it was a new technique for me and one of the first cards I created as a member of the Rubbernecker Stamps DT!

I stamped the Dark Garden background stamp three times in varying shades of blue and then carefully cut the panels into strips and reassembled them on the front of the card. I finished the card with a sentiment tag tied to shabby ribbon.

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Supplies: Stamps - Dark Garden BG, Just Because (RN), Cardstock - Crumb Cake (SU!), Vintage Cream (PTI), Ribbon (Memriemare), Vintage Button, Twine (PTI), Tag Die (Spellbinders), Ink - Brocade Blue, Brilliant Blue, Night of Navy (SU!), Cuttlebug

11 comments:

  1. wow Jen this looks great, thought you used three of the same papers in different shades, but these are stamps! WOW! Hugs Gemma

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  2. What a beautiful card, Jen! I love the stamping technique with the gradation of color. The trio of blues on that elegant image mixed with the kraft is just delicious. Love the seam binding bow, too. Congratulations on your pub!

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  3. It's so pretty, Jen! Love the different shades of blue and that stamp is gorgeous! How cool you're published again!!!!
    Wishing you a lovely weekend ahead!
    Hugs, Wendy

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  4. This is beautiful, Jen! Love the color range!
    Congratulations on having this one published!

    ~Bev

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  5. This is SO pretty Jen! Congrats on being published (again!) and with RN stamps - you go girl!!

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  6. Jen, this is beautiful! Congratulations!

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  7. I love it! That's a technique I definitely MUST try!! Thanks for sharing and congrats on the publication!

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  8. Truly beautiful creation--but not complicated at all. I love those blues!

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  9. Absolutely gorgeous! It looks so complicated, but sounds like it is very doable. Thanks for sharing and congrats on the publication.

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