Monday, October 6, 2008

Poinsettia Card

I used my first chipboards this week. I sponged them with real red reinker, versamarked all over the little one and added irid. ice, but it wouldn't dry on, so I wiped it off and it left a small amount of glitter. I outlined the bigger one with a versamark pen and added irid. ice. I don't know what I was thinking, but I messed up this card with the river rock corner piece. I wanted it right in the corner, but for some strange reason put it where I did and it was adhered too well. All the time making it to finish it with that blunder. Oh well, it's still one less card to make for this years xmas card list. I love this Anna Griffin PP. It's got such great colours in it that are traditional and elegant.

Recipe:

Stamps - Kimberly Poulson Flourishes
Papers - Real red, vanilla, river rock, Anna Griffin PP, dasher? pp.
Inks - Real red, river rock
Accessories - Pearl brads, shimmer pen, ribbon, irid. ice, versamark pad and pen.

Okay, now to my simple mass producing xmas cards I need to get done! I seem to be doing anything and everything but them!

5 comments:

Mel M. M. McCarthy said...

Stunning! So that's what you do with chipboard. LOVE it! I'll have to try some. That red is inkredible. I don't know what you mean about the river rock piece! It's gorgeous especially how it matches with the ribbon. and is that a stamp? MUST borrow that! Poulson flourishes? You have wicked taste. :O) OXO

Erin (fishlips) said...

This is so so pretty, Love all the colors, gorgeous card just gorgeous!!!

Anonymous said...

Ohhh, now this is a new favourite!! Absolutely gorgeous. Love the PP, Love your ribbon style, Love the stamp on the photo corner, IMHO it looks great where it is! WOW Love it!!
Beth Greco

Anonymous said...

Ohhh, now this is a new favourite!! Absolutely gorgeous. Love the PP, Love your ribbon style, Love the stamp on the photo corner, IMHO it looks great where it is! WOW Love it!!
Beth Greco

Shirley said...

Kim, This is lovely beyond words! I just love everything about it.