Friday, February 20, 2009

Stamp Something Challenge

Good morning! This weeks Stamp Something challenge is hosted by Alex. Her challenge to us is 3D Somethings. The possibilities are pretty much endless with this one! I decided to do a 3D image. I'm not sure if you can tell, but there are 4 layers in the flower. I decided to make a sympathy card because I don't have any and I like to have a stash of cards on hand. I took the picture at an angle to show the dimension of the flower, but at that angle it kind of hid most of the paper piercing on the basic black. I never realized how hard sympathy cards are! Maybe it's just me, but I had a really hard time with it. I kept wanting to add stuff, but it just didn't feel right on a sympathy card.

-Stamps-Impression Obsession Grandma's Rose, SU Thoughts and Prayers
-Paper-White, Kraft, Basic Black and Riding Hood Red
-Ink-Memento tuxedo black, Riding Hood Red, Copics-R37, R46, R59, YG95
-Accessories-Black grosgrain, stampin' dimensionals,

Hope you all have fab day! Make sure you check out the rest of the DTs awesome creations on the Stamp Something Blog. And why your at it, why not play along with us!

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8 comments:

~Denise Lynn~ said...

GORGEOUS! Love your flower Emily, it looks almost real. Fabulous job with this challenge. :)

Lorie said...

This is beautiful Emily! I love the craft paper and the color of that flower. *sigh*

Cindy said...

Absolutely gorgeous, Emily! Love, that rose, it is so stunning in those colors. Have fun with your new stuff :D

Lauren said...

This is so rich and elegant Emily! Great job with the challenge.

Cheryl said...

My that is gorgeous!I really love that extra dimension on your flower.

Vicki (basement stamper) said...

Emily!! This is so gorgeous!! you did a beautiful job with your popped out red flower!! I LOVE THIS!! ;)

Marilyn said...

This is a totally amazing card Emily - you've blown me away - your eye for detail is awesome! The receipient of this card will know you truly do care!

Deb M. said...

WOW! Your card is stunning, Emily. I love the flower...it is fabulous!! :-)

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