Saturday, 10 March 2012

Week 58 One Layer - Script

Everyone's favourite... the One Layer Card!
Actually we think that some little time ago the thought of a One Layer Card struck fear into the hearts of many LIMettes, but we know that quite a few crafters now really enjoy this genre and make some stunning projects.
This week we'd like you to include 
Script
This includes any text, not just handwritten styles, but must be in addition to any sentiment you might decide to add.
If you have no suitable stamps, you could always resort to your own handwriting (Shock Horror!).

Chrissie

This is a similar design to one I have made previously, but this is obviously a one layer version, which is a little more complicated to construct.
I cut a mask with a Stampin' Up heart punch and used the negative part to stamp through with the lacy stamp in SU white ink. I then used the punchie itself  to mask the white heart whilst I stamped the script in black, which was then heat embossed.




This one began with the stamping of the woodgrain using an Impression Obsession stamp, off the edge of the card. I overstamped this with the Stampin' Up  French Script  in Soft Suede and followed that with an Artemio stylised flower. The sentiment is from Hero Arts.







Mandi


and bling is back.....breathe!
Easy peasy for me. The fabulous stamp is by Butterfly Kisses Chic Background Stamped in Versarmark and embossed with WOW Princess Pink....scrummy! It is, as I said last week, THE best embossing powder, it stays just as sparkly once embossed and doesn't fall off or overheat, as I found with older powders from years back. The rhinestone embellishment is from Hobby House yawn, I know I use them all the time!! And a feather from my stash.
Here is a close up... I was trying to show you how crisp and sparkly it is, but I'm not sure if you can see it in this shot.

 

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Have a great week, happy crafting!

21 comments:

  1. fab cards ladies - and another challenge to get the grey cells working - just the thing to cheer up a grey day.

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  2. Morning another fab challenge and cards xx Jan

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  3. Oh my goodness,I'm a convertee lol! Love the one layer now,my mind is whirring,just hope I've time to create today ! X

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  4. Fantastic challenge - perfect for a Sunny Saturday - Emma W x

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  5. Hi Girls
    fabulous cards as always i must be improving cause i make them when i Dont have to!!!! lol, sue,xx

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  6. Morning all,

    Fab challenge again Chrissie and Mandi. I'm still away and not able to spend so much time on-line, commenting on the fabulous entries so please take this to apply to your entry if you've submitted one ...

    FABULOUS!!!

    P.S. normal service to resume all too soon!

    Kathyk

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  7. Love this challenge, and the great inspiration provided. Thanks!

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  8. Beautiful samples and entries. I would love to try this challenge.

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  9. congratulates the winner of the last challenges of No 57 Beautiful cards. Now, I am also impressed with all the work. Again I was surprised by the variety and ingenuity of the participants of the game. I love watching these little gems

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  10. Another fun challenge! Thanks Girls~

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  11. Thanks Ladies,
    two cards for this challenge => because my flower is too big ;)

    I love the inspiration => wonderful samples and entries.

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  12. Thank you for this challenge which gives me a reason to link a card I've been wanting to make before St. Patrick's Day! So thank you for the great timing, too!

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  13. Thanks for another great challenging challenge! Hope you can see the background on my card OK.

    Helen x

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  14. Thank you for another lovely challenge. Your challenges are making me dig out unused stamps and I'm enjoying the fun x

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  15. Thanks for the challenge and all the inspiration. My first one layered card! Really enjoyed making it really refreshing change and can't wait to do some more. Thanks to everyone.
    N.B. The brown background is not another layer, just my coffee table! LOL
    Carolx

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  16. Thanks for the comment and the reminder of leaving the white space!!! I really got carried away didn't I. LOL. Will remember in the future, but thanks for popping by my blog
    Carol x

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  17. Fabulous challenge and DT creations!!! :)

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  18. Another great challenge and some great samples thanks Mandi and Chrissie.

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  19. Wow what fabulous entries to another brilliant challenge.
    Sorry not had a chance to leave many individual comments this week but I have dipped in and out of a few blogs.

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  20. Made it!!! I'll try to get around and see the cards too - the thumbs look super!

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