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Monday, July 14, 2008

Black and White Magenta

I've been working on some cards for my upcoming "Black and White Magenta" Card Class at Cranberry Hill Mercantile. Today, I am going to show you the first card...


This layout is from the Sketch Challenge on Splitcoaststampers, found here . I just loved the sketch when I first saw it, but didn't get a chance to make a card until now. It is a square card (!!), my favorite..

I stamped and embossed the Bird image with detail black embossing powder twice, from one of the images I cut out just the frame. Frame is raised on pop-up dots.

I stamped the background Postage stamp with black Memento ink onto the white paper, then cut the image out into 1 1/4" squares. These squares were mounted onto 1 1/2" black squares.

Can you believe this card has nine layers!! I really like how the card had turned out!!

The Bird stamp is from Magenta and the Postage Background stamp is from Hero Arts.

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I will have one more Black and White card done with Magenta stamps for the class, and will share it with you within a couple of days.

This class is scheduled for: Sunday, August 10th, 11:30 - 2:30 and Tuesday, August 12th, 11:00 - 2:00. To sign up for the class, please call Cranberry Hill Mercantile at 408- 736-9151.

:) Irina

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

WOW, WOW, WOW Irina,
I love, love, love this card. I love black and white anyway and should have known you'd come up with something extra special. FABULOUS!!!!!!!

Hugs,

Sylvia

Claudia Rosa said...

oh my goodnes... irina.
this really takes my breat away.
you know your work is so gorgeous.

i almost thougth you got a card from laurie schmidlin!!! awesome.

sweetie i got the other day your long email and i wanted to reply i just totally tied up. i checked also the link you sent me. i hope they contact you!!! keep me updated.

love
claudia

Anonymous said...

Whoah. That's REALLY nice! Very classy and elegant, and I love the way you used the Hero postage background stamp. See ya soon!

-Nicole