Thursday, January 1, 2009

It is release day at Our Daily Bread Designs !!!! This card uses the set He is Risen! This card is for SCS Ways to Use it Challenge (WT199). The only requirement for this challenge was to make a card using something silver. I have just recently started purchasing some Ranger distressed inks. Now, while they are called distressed inks, they do not have to be used as distressed only. I stamp with them normally, too. I just think they are wonderful for distressing items because they are alcohol base inks and blend so beautifully. For this card I went totally distressed and old world...with a punch of silver per requirement. I stamped the cross in ranger walnut stain onto pink pirouette paper. I know can you believe a pp lurks underneath all that shading? I started with antique linen, tea dye, fired brick and some vintage photo. I kept blending color until I got the color and look I wanted. For some added texture and distressing, I added my sanded background with walnut stain. Next, I pierced the crossed corners and added some hemp that I actually touched with a copic marker(E27) to make it a rich brown. The background dp was altered quite a bit as well. I stamped french script and sanded in walnut stain, then wet the edges and torn them and nipped pieces out with scissors. I used Prism by Prismatics blush red light cardstock for a background layer and stamped my weathered bg using vintage photo ink to create more texture. I altered my jumbo brads with a dark brown permanent marker.
I finished my card with a crisp clean slightly dusted silver embossed scripture with silver brads added to the jumbo brads. I love the finished look. What do you think?
Be sure to check out the other ODBD DT members blog to see what they created using the new sets!!!!
Check out Our Daily Bread Designs for Ranger Inks and Prism by Prismatics cardstock, too!!!!!
STAMPS
SU sandeds, weathered, french script(retired)backgrounds
PAPER
choc. chip, Prisms blush red light, pink pirouette, MME bohemia blossom damask light pink
INK
Ranger antique linen, walnut stain, fired brick, tea dye, vintage photo
ACCESSORIES,
Sponges, jumbo brads, silver brads(MM), CAD

9 comments:

  1. Oh My Betty...you've given it such warmth and richness. I LOVE the torn edges, it's just a gorgeous tribute to the nails, the Cross and the empty tomb.

    Happy New Year friend!

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  2. beautiful card!! I love the distressed edges and over all feel. I saw that you had become a followe of mine--thanks!! I am still a work in progress!! I am hopin new opportunities become available in 2009. Happy New Year!!

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  3. HAPPY NEW YEAR Betty!!
    Love this card and you new blog layout!!

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  4. Happy New Year Betty!!!

    WOW - girl - this card is fabulous!!! Love this look - totally awesome!!!

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  5. Betty this is awesome. I love the distressed rich feeling!

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  6. Betty..I just LOVE this card as I love distressed cards!! This is so cool!!!

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  7. Love this Betty!! Such warmth!! Love all the distressing - and the inks are blended so beautifully!!
    Happy new Year!!
    hugs, Jami

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  8. I love the look of the wood on the background paper, such a beautiful card!!!

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  9. Happy New Year Betty!!! Absolutely love this card! I like the way you distressed it!!! It is so warm looking!!

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