Monday, October 11, 2010

Congratulations

I haven't taken part in the One-Layer-Wednesday challenges lately, but something made me want to join this week's challenge though - the theme is Heavy Metal!

Here's my card:


Congratulations - outside


And here's a view of it opened up:


Congratulations - inside

I used a combination of Fiskars stamps for this card - the dress is from the China and Glass set and the sentiment is from the All Year Greetings set. You can't really tell from the photo but I stamped both using Silver Versacolor ink.

The card itself is a precut/scored one I got in a 5 pack from my local bargain shop ages ago and sat neglected until now.

And as I have so little supplies and have them all listed in the text above, I call this entry done!

Thanks for looking ;)

12 comments:

  1. Fabulous design for a one layer card Jess! This is so elegant & beautiful!!!

    Thanks for following me, now I'm following you!
    hugs & blessings!

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  2. GORGEOUS! I'm warning you now that I'll be casing this before long. :)

    And I sympathize with being stumped by the Embellish colors. Those mittens came out of nowhere, but I first looked at the colors and thought, huh?

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  3. Oh you clever thing, Jess! To remove a layer and have that gorgeous dress peeking through - a super design!
    Hugs,
    Aimes
    x

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  4. beautiful window card, Jess. so elegant.

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  5. Love it! How clever you are using the window to get around the "one layer" restriction! It adds a great design element, but is still CAS. Great card!

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  6. This is gorgeous! Love how the dress is peeking through the window. Beautiful take on the challenge!

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  7. Window cards call my name. I must get some. To have done the inside and outside both at the same time.....very clever.

    I have seen a twirling heart installed in the window, on dental floss or fishing line or a violin string or some such invisible filament. The installation was tricky but a fun card. In fact the installation was so tricky, I can't remember how it was done. sorry about that.

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  8. So beautiful and creative!

    I've been trying to respond with my physical address but for some reason my system is not accepting your email. Would you mind sending me another email?

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