Friday, May 18, 2012

F4A117 Vellum and CCEE1220

I did this card for two challenges. For the Free for All challenge on Splitcoaststampers this week we were to use vellum. So I dry embossed the vellum to make it quallify for the CCEE1220 challenge as well. I also used my new cameo multilayered stamp from Kitchen Sink Stamps that arrived yesterday in the mail. All the embellishments are diecuts from Spellbinder and My Favorite Things. It was fun getting to start the morning in the stamproom for a change today!!!!

11 comments:

Catherine said...

Beautiful card, love the gorgeous blue cameo...

The Other Patti Sue said...

This is way over the top beautiful!

Melina said...

beautiful! I love all the delicate details :)

Lynn McAuley said...

What a remarkable beauty!! The embossed vellum looks divine with your stunning blue cameo!! You have created a masterpiece with this elegant design, Liz!

Carol said...

WOW!!! Let me rephrase that......WOW!!! That is one beautiful card!

Tracie said...

very fancy!

Carolina Little said...

Love the soft colours and the embossing and the image!!!. Beautiful card!!!

Joanne (jojot) said...

OMGosh....this is drop dead gorgeous....so feminine and fine....thanks for playing with the CCEE, Liz

Charlene Merrick (LilLuvsStampin) said...

Absolutely beautiful, Liz! So glad you were able to play in the CCEE challenge!

Sabrina said...

The embossed vellum is a great setting for the cameo. Even the flourishes match up so well.

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