Thursday, July 26, 2012

Display Stamper for Convention

I have entered this card in Stampin' Up! Only Challenges.
This week their challenge is to use
BUTTONS or BRADS


I originally made this card for the display boards at Convention. 
I'm really sad that I didn't get to go last week.
I haven't seen this card pop up in anyone's convention photos,
so I guess it didn't make the display boards.  


This card was made to feature the Daydream Medallions stamp set.
I started by using the bleaching technique with the stamps and Island Indigo paper.


When the bleach dried, it was a bright yellow colour.
It paired really well with Daffodil Delight.


I used the flower punch to create this cute flower.
I layered three of them.  The middle layer is from the Summer Smooches paper.


The top two layers were curled and popped up for depth.  I layered two buttons for the centre.
The bottom image is from the Daydream Medallion set.
I mounted it on a piece of Summer Smooches DSP. 
It took a bit of work to centre it exactly, but I'm pleased with the result.

8 comments:

Lorraine said...

Fantastic use of that background paper. I love the flower against the medallion. Very lovely.

Alison Day said...

Beautiful as always! Now I really have to get that set out and play with it!

Cherie said...

Wow! This is gorgeous! I'm going to try this tomorrow! I just love it! TFS!

Cindy said...

Simply beautiful! If it wasn't on a display board, it SHOULD have been! Thanks for joining us at SUO Challenges!

Mary Brown said...

Oh my...this is just absolutely STUNNING yet a perfect CAS card! Thanks for playing along in the SUO challenge!

Karen Barber said...

What a gorgeous 3d flower - the colors are perfection!

Jen Timko said...

Wow...this is amazing! I love the perfection of the background DSP and that flower is aweseome. I'll have to go through my pictures to see if I have it. I still have only gotten through a few. Glad you joined us this week at SUO Challenges!

Heidi Baks said...

Beautiful CAS, Sandra! Thanks for sharing with us at SUO Challenges.