Thursday, March 15, 2007

More Petal Resist


I'm still feeling pretty icky today, but instead of doing piles laundry, I'm using all my energy on brayering! LOL. The laundry will be there tomorrow right? Who needs matching socks when you are 10?

Versamark
resist is one of my favorite techniques. If you look at the previous post, I explain step by step how to do Versamark resist. This one is a little different in that after it dried, I added some images from the Polka Dots & Petals stamps in basic black. I stamped the main images on glossy also, cut them out, and attached these with two eyelets and some black gingham ribbon. The flower is on
dimensionals.

I used the Parfait Spectrum pad on this one, but you can purchase a blank one from Stampin'Up! and add any color of reinkers you want.

This one, again, is done with the resist technique and the Cotton Candy Spectrum pad. This time when it was dry, I stamped the flowers from Big Blooms all over in Pink Passion. I love how you can see the flowers under them. I used my Crafter's Tool Kit and did some faux stitching around the edges and pierced some holes and added a few touches of black in the Big Blooms. The main image is a little flower from the Polka Dot & Petals set with a Vintage Brad in the center. The Val stem with the tool kit. I tied the gingham ribbon in a knot, then attached it with a mini glue dot. The friend tab is made with the new Round Tab punch.

Okay.... now I must truly go and at least fluff the dryer. Thanks for visiting today! :)

All images ©Stampin'Up!


16 comments:

Charmaine (CharmWarm on SCS) said...

Very very nice! I like how it's a softer look than clear embossing the versamarked (is that a word?) part! Beautiful cards!

Beate said...

Cami, those cards are amazing! You create BOMBS even when you are sick! Get well girlfriend!

PJBstamper said...

Oh, to have a smidge of your creativity for myself. It just doesn't seem fair that you can create like that when even when you're sick!!

Jessica said...

I love your versamark resist! These are all wonderful! I hope you are feeling better and I say let the laundry wait! The kids won't notice the socks.

wildwestwaldos said...

I love the variation of color in the first one- I don't know anything about the versamark... I guess you will have to teach me! Hope you feel better, and of course nobody cares about matching socks, heck the weather is warm enough, just forget the socks!

tmarie said...

These cards are the bomb baby! I love the bright colors and the resist technique is fabo!

Heather said...

WOW WOW and WOW!!!!! Cami is BOMBALICIOUS!

Jeans inky hugs said...

Hope you're feeling better!

and Yes the laundry can wait....

As always I love your artwork.

Take care :)

Lois said...

Hope you are feeling better, You always make the cutest cards, whenever I need a little inspiration I come see you!

Kathy W said...

Sorry that you are sick; take care of yourself! I want to practice this technique this weekend; thanks for the tutorial in the previous post. Your cards are beautiful and perfect for the sunny weather we have been having!

Shelley ~ Photocropper said...

LOL! Hope you are feeling better.
I love all your creations!

Gwen Mangelson said...

YOU ARE DA QUEEN! love your projects! and who needs socks anyhow?

Lori Craig said...

Cambria ~ Can I just say WOWZA! I love your Big Blooms cards! I love all your work, but these are soo beautiful and different! I remember being so wow-ed with your Shapes and Shadows gallery, too! Absolutely classic technique! You ROCK!

chelemom said...

I have added you to my "favorites." You do such nice work! YOu have inspired me to start my own blog. I make cards, but I am really more of a scrapbooker. I look forward to seeing more of your creations!

chelemom said...

Cambria,

I hope everything is OK with you. I check your blog everyday and you haven't posted in awhile. MAybe just busy with other things....just checkin!

Julia Stainton said...

I just adore that pink card! The flower is awesome and everything just pops! FAbulous!