Wednesday, September 8, 2010

I Challenge You Wednesday -- No layers!

My friend and I took the summer off from our Wednesday challenges, but with fall and a more scheduled life we're starting it up again.
This weeks challenge was to make a card with no layers on it.  I actually picked this challenge (hard to believe since I'm more of a "pile it on" person) -- and it proved to be just that --- a challenge!
I didn't have a lot of time with company all week-end and not feeling very well since Sunday night, but here's the three projects I completed....
Supplies used:
  • Apple basket from here
  • Crayola markers
  • Harvest Expressions (Inkadinkadoo)
  • Copper Embossing powder
  • Houndstooth Embossing folder (Provo Craft)
  • Brown Ink pad (inked over the entire card)
  • Easy Stitches Template (Paper Pizazz)
  Supplies for this card:
  • Creative Memories Kit of the Month stamps - World Travels
  • Diamons in the Rough embossing folder (Provo crafts)
  • Brown Chalk (rubbed over vera marked bike/globe images)
  • Teal Ink (stamped "postmark" and compass with)
  • Brown marker (stitching and highlight around text)
  • Easy Stitches template (Paper Pizazz)
  • Brown ink pad (rubbed over embossed image)

Supplies used:
  • Utopiary Stamp set (Inkadinkadoo)
  • Coastal Stamp set (Inkadinkadoo)
  • Sentiment (Studio G)
  • Black Embossing Powder
  • Chalks (layered two shades of green and brown for earth and two shades of blue and black for sky)
  • Swirls Embossing Folder (Provo Craft)
  • Blue ink pad (inked over sky embossing)
  • Green ink pad (inked over earth embossing)
  • small circle (to mask the moon)
     Now go here to see what my friend created (with no layers) for this week's challenge.

      1 comment:

      Sophia said...

      They're all very nice! The apple basket card is my personal favorite. I love the houndstooth embossing folder on it. I have that folder and haven't used it yet (got it for $2, so I couldn't pass it up). I'll have to pull it out and experiment!

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