Friday, August 10, 2012

Clementine Thank You


Do you remember when it seemed there were torn paper borders on everything from cards to scrapbook pages?  I have gotten so used to clean lines that I forgot the texture that torn edges add to a project. The sketch this week at Unscripted Sketches took me back quite a few years.


I created my card with the Clementine Workshop On the Go Kit.  The kit comes with these great stitched and layered flowers.  All you have to do is peel and stick...but they look like you spent hours making your embellishments.  They coordinate perfectly with the Clementine papers. I inked my torn paper edge with Cashmere pigment ink.  I love the soft look that the pigment inks add for distressing.



All supplies by Close To My Heart:
D1525 Casual Expressions
G1046 Clementine WOTG Kit
G1043 Pear & Partridge WOTG (ribbon)
1388 Colonial White Cardstock
X5666 Twilight Cardstock
Z2160 Twilight Ink
Z2503 Basics Pigment Inks

I have also entered my card in the following challenges:
Delightful Challenges - Fabric, fiber & trim
Simon Says Stamp –Bingo (Ribbon, Free, Blooms)
Stamp n Doodle Buttons
The Ribbon Reel – Photo Inspiration, plus Flowers, Ribbon
Tuesday Alchemy – Bingo(Ribbon, Choice, Buttons)

Thanks for stopping by!

21 comments:

sari said...

Hi Ellisa! What a gorgeous card with such lovely papers and sweet flowers! Thank you for joining us over at Tuesday Alchemy this week! Good Luck! Hugs and sunshine

dstandard said...

Fabulous card! I love this! Thanks for playing at Unscripted Sketches!

Joan said...

Great card - love how the colours are tied together - and your layered torn edges are wonderful.

Christina said...

Love your card and your blog!

Creative M said...

Wow!What a Stunning card!!Very beautiful!

Maria said...

Very pretty card! Love the paper and sweet flower!

Tracy said...

Ooo I love the torn edge design. So pretty Allisa! Hugs and happy weekend!

Amy said...

I love this card. I have not seen the torn paper technique in awhile, still loving it!

Lady Bug said...

Is there no end to your creative talents?! I find joy in checking out the latest on your blog. Thanks for the inspiration! :-)

Pauline said...

What pretty papers, so perfect for our challenge, and the sketch is great!
Thanks for joining us at The Ribbon Reel this week!

Saron said...

This is fabulous!! Thank you for joining us at Art Impressions challenge!
Soili-Maria

Chana said...

The papers are gorgeous and the torn edges just take the design to the next level! Sometimes Old School is the Best Lesson! Thanks for reminding us! Very nicely done!
Hugz,
Chana, DT, Stamp-N-Doodle

I would love to see this in the Anything Goes Challenge at http:\\jacksonsdigitalexpressions.blogspot.com

Laurel said...

Very pretty! Love the papers you paired with the images.....

http://craftinsuzie.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/fabric-fiber-and-trim.html

Judith said...

This is so pretty - love the papers and gorgeous trim thanks for playing along at Delightful Challenges this week hugs Judith x

Jeanne J said...

I like the torn edge - you're right - it is time to revisit this! Your button flowers are so pretty too!

Renlymats World of Family & Crafts said...

Very pretty. I was instantly drawn to your flowers. You shouldn't have said they're peel and stick. I really did think you made them! Your color combo is beautiful! Thanks for joining us at Art Impressions. Hope to see you again soon.
Renee

Ciska said...

Such a beautiful card and you're right, the torn edge really adds a lot of interest to the project. Thank you for sharing with us @ Digital Delights this week :)

Eileen Ng said...

Pretty combo on the card! Great job integrating all of these techniques for our BINGO challenge this week at Tuesday Alchemy!

Eileen

debby4000 said...

Brilliant card and gorgeous too.

Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamps Challenge.
luv
Debby

Larelyn said...

Lovely card! I still love torn edges. Thanks for sharing at Delightful challenges.
Hugs,
Larelyn

Lenet said...

beautiful card thanks for joining us at the ribbon real

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