Monday, March 9, 2009

This card is for the Serendipity Challenge at The Cuttlebug Spot. This technique is done by tearing strips of paper and glueing them down, then running it through the cuttlebug and embossing them.

I made this card using La Creme paper. I tore it into strips and attached it onto white cardstock using my adhesive then ran it through the cuttlebug. The stamp set I used was Happy Harmony and I added some glitter to add some sparkle. I also added some pearls to the side of the main image.

15 comments:

Incredible CreatAbles said...

Love the simple elegance of the card. Great job on the challenge.

Steph said...

What a beautiful card! Love the colors and the "vintage" feel of it. Well done!

poupetteval said...

beautiful card !!!!

JazzyH said...

Beautiful! I never thought to do that with my cuttlebug

Tawnya said...

It looks so beautiful! I love that technique!

~Lori (loree2000 SCS) said...

Great job on the challenge!! Super colors too! Pretty...

Rebecca said...

You did a great job with this card. I love the color scheme. This flower stamp is one of my all-time favorites. I love the addtion of the pearls on the side.

Michelle Walpole said...

Stupendous Angela. I totally love this card!

Margie said...

Angela, this is one classy looking card!

Susan (peebsmama) said...

The strips are such an interesting twist on the original technique. Your card is so elegant.

Rleen said...

I love the design and the pearls. Fabulous card.

Southernbelle said...

This is so beautiful! You did a wonderful job with the technique!

Aymee

Anita Hovey said...

Absolutely gorgeous! I love the monochromatic look of it. It's beautiful...I might try that challenge after all.

Merrigrace said...

I love that stamp set. It was one of the first I used as a demo. I still have it. It's great to see people still use it. Great job with the card. It on my favorite list. Have a great weekend.

Meda said...

Wow! This card is extraordinary!
Meda

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