Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Flourishes - Timeless Tuesday Challenge

It's time for the Flourishes Timeless Tuesday Challenge.  The challenge this Tuesday was to make a Christmas card.  Well, I'm on it! I've been making cards constantly for the past few weeks every chance I get.  I usually send about 50 - 60 cards to family and friends and I'm still about 10-15 cards short.  Each of these cards were designed using a Flourishes stamp.  Their stamps are absolutely gorgeous!

 




This first card was made with a white card base. I used a Sizzix embossing folder for the dotted background and layered that on a piece of red cardstock.  The image is from the Flourishes Christmas Classics stamp collection and was stamped with Memento ink and colored with Copic markers. I cut it out with a Spellbinder die, then added a red backing that I trimmed with my scalloped scissors.  I added a red ribbon and bow...all done! 

This snowman card is a one layer card stamped with Flourishes Warm Winter Wishes stamps.  Colored with Copic markers and then I added a little glitter (stickles) to the snowflakes and to the snowman.  Very simple, but I love the way it turned out!

This next card was made using the Flourishes Christmas Classics stamp set.  I stamped the stockings with Memento ink, then colored them with Copic Markers.  I drew a mantle above the stockings and cut everything out with an exacto knife.  The red brick fireplace was embossed with the Tim Holtz brick embossing folder.  I cut out the "fireplace" and then hand drew some bricks on the white cardstock and highlighted them with a Copics marker.  I smudged the edges of the fireplace with a little black "soot", then added a few hand drawn logs and flames.  The logs were cut from brown cardstock and highlighted with a few doodles.  The flames were drawn with a black pen, colored with Copics, cut out and mounted on pop dots.  Lot of work in this card, but I love the results!

This card was designed using a white card base.  The snowflake embossed piece was pop-dotted on the card base.  The ornament is from the Flourishes All That Glitters stamp collection and was stamped with Memento inks and colored with Copics.  I used a gold cord to hang the ornament.  The white top on the ornament was covered with some stickles for a little sparkle.  I colored the top of the ornament with a gold gel pen. The sentiment is from PaperTrey Ink.

This last card was designed with a solid white card base.  The embossed piece (Merry Christmas) was done with a Sizzix (Basic Grey) embossing folder.  I added a striped piece (Die Cuts with a View) across the bottom and mounted both on a piece of red cardstock.  The image is from the Flourishes Christmas Classics stamp collection and was stamped with Memento black ink and colored with Copic markers.  I cut it out using a Spellbinder die and then backed it with a piece of red cardstock that I cut by hand.  Added a pretty red ribbon and bow...all done!

Thanks so much for stopping by! I appreciate your comments! Until next time...

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5 comments:

jimlynn said...

ALL of these are fantastic!!! I couldn't even pick a "favorite" since they're all so pretty.
Lynn

Dee Jackson said...

Wow!! You most certainly are on it:) your cards are wonderful!! Thanks so much for playing this week in the FTTC #93

Cheryl Nelson said...

Such gorgeous work Susan!!!

Bonnie said...

What a beautiful collection of cards!

Silke Ledlow said...

WOWZER Susan, you really went to town with these sweet Flourishes images!!! Love each and every card...such BEAUTIES!! Thank you for joining us at the FTTC!!! Hugs ~S~

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