Monday, July 4, 2011

reverse spotlighting!

hi there, this post is for Donna's challenge over at STV "reverse spotlighting - remember that a randomly drawn entry wins a FREE stamp set!

For as easy as this card turned out - it sure took me forever to do it!!!  just couldnt get a grip on the reverse that I've done it... realize I was my own worst enemy because I was overthinking!! over thinking!!! LOL

card above was posted over on STV earlier today.
sooooo, we were rained out of fireworks...soooo did another card with this technique....
well, two for me on one challenge! wow...
think I will stick with regular spotlighting LOL

do love my handmade flower (it was made from the circles that were punched out including the ones that werent punched in right spot :-) and leaves...
now back to blog surfing and watching toots! waiting for the Macy's fireworks on TV...
card one
stamp set from GKD - Vogue Vases by Theresa Momber
ink: Ranger's Distress Faded Jeans
Copic: B00, B41
cs: stash SU dp, Bordering Blue, white
embellishments: Pear Pen glass effect blue, cuttlebug embossing folder, stash ribbon

card two
Stamp sets from GKD- Fancy Tags and Grand Damask both by Nina Brackett
ink: Vivid purple
cs: stash Basic Grey Wisteria, GKD creme de menthe, white
embellishments: punches used - SU oval, nesties petite ovals small, lacey circles
my handmade flower and leaves


The Other Patti Sue said...

Both cards are beautiful... my fav is the first!

Especially_For_You said...

Gorgeous cards! :)


Olga said...

well thats different, love em both, then I love all your cards!!!!!!!!!!

Lori said...

Well they came of lovely! I don't do any spotlighting, so I appreciate any type. Great looks.

Barbara Colbert said...

Well YOUR reverse spotlighting..LOOKS LOTS better than mine!!! I love the purple one!!!! Good job!!!! I know what you mean about having a hard time getting into reverse!!!! Guess must be a FORWARD person only! :-))) Nice job Linda!

sandi said...

I can't wait to try this tech, both cards are BEAUTIFUL, I like the first one the best, Thank you for sharing.

Mary G. said...

Beautiful cards, Linda! I'm goig to have to try this technique!

Scrapping Julie said...

what an awesome technique


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