Friday, October 21, 2011

Flourishes Friday Free-for-All



So, did you enjoy all the new release sneak peeks with Flourishes last week? The new sets are all so beautiful, I think you'll agree! The Sr. Design Team today has a few more cards to share with you using the new sets, so be sure to click on their links down below and check them out!

For my card today, I'm using the Season of Celebrations stamp set. These sledding kids is such a classic-looking image and I love that even though it's a silhouette stamp, there's still some detail in the image, too! I paired my image with some My Mind's Eye "Be Merry" paper. I stamped the image in Vintage Sepia Versafine ink on Flourishes Classic Ivory cardstock, cut it out with the Curved Rectangle Nestabilities, and sponged inside the die with some Tumbled Glass distress ink. The scalloped border was cut with the Classic Scallop Edgeabilities, and I added some clear Zva rhinestones to each scallop. The layout for my card was inspired by this week's sketch challenge at Splitcoaststampers.

Stop at the other Flourishes Designers' blogs to see their creations today using the new release stamps...



If you like what you see, there's still time to pick up the New Release Bundle! Through the end of the day TODAY you can get all four sets at 10% off the regular price! Check it out HERE!

Thanks so much for stopping by today!




7 comments:

petra,s cards said...

verry stunning card still love this fabulous image!!!
xx petra

Amanda H said...

I don't know how you do it Tammy, but you have magic in your finger tips!! This is just Gorgeous!! I love it so much!! The soft sponging really brings out the image and makes it dreamy! I love it :)

Tanya said...

Beautiful Tammy! Love those new images, and your paper is perfect, so fun! Have a fabulous weekend!! :)

dpkennedy said...

I love this silhouette in brown! This is so pretty!

Leslie Miller said...

CUTE! I love how you did the sentiment. Fabulous papers, too!

Ravengirl said...

My goodness, but this is cute!

Cindy Lawrence said...

Oh, how I love this! You chose the perfect papers to go with that image, and the sponging is dreamy!