Sunday, November 24, 2013

Acrylic Block Stamping Technique for FMS #113 and 52 Christmas Card Throwdown

The Cranberry panel on this card was made by inking an acrylic block and then spritzing it with water and then applying it to paper.  That is the challenge this week at 52 Christmas Card Throwdown.  I used the current Freshly Made Sketch #113 to try out this technique.


The greeting is from the Frosted Cardmaking Kit and was black embossed.  The background was embossed with a Darice Snowflake embossing folder.  A strip of Silver Shimmer Trim was placed on the left side and the Cranberry inked panel was popped up with 3D Foam Tape.

This was a fun card to make!  Thanks to Sarah Stone whose blog I follow who inspired me to enter these challenges with this technique.

Thanks for stopping by!  Have a wonderful week filled with fun and creativity!
:) Marie

8 comments:

  1. Lovely card, Marie! Made a card using that technique quite some time ago but will have to revisit it as it gives a unique effect every time. Thanks for sharing it!

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  2. What amazing effect!! I love the simplicity and colors of your card!!
    Rosi x

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  3. That embossing folder is so pretty! And I love that sentiment. Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches this week!

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  4. Isn't this great, Marie?! Love the pretty pop of color and the sparkle. Glad you joined us this week at FMS!

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  5. SUPER fun!!! LOVE the great bit of glitter paper and I LOVE that bright red! Thanks for joining us at 52CCT! :) Mynn xx

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  6. Oooh really gorgeous effect you got with this technique. LOVE the cranberry color. Thanks so much for joining us this weekat 52CCT

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  7. I do like the panel you made with the technique - looks fab! Great colour and texture too. Thanks so much for playing along with 52CCT this week!

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  8. Really love the panel - the colour is warm and very Christmassy. love the contemporary feel to your card- thanks for joining us at 52 CCT

    Louise

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