Saturday, 27 November 2010

Lots to do - Embossing

While this last week has not been any quieter, visiting the Lots to do entries last week think I learnt a new technique or two thank you.  One of the many wonderful things about our caring sharing art movement is just that you are all such wonderful sharing peeps.

So this week the theme for our challeng is Embossing.   I've used a Cuttlebug embossing folder and grunge.  Now there is not a lot more I can tell you about that because this is also my entry to Linda's Compendium of Curiosities #23 Double Distress challenge.    Can tell you that Shabby Shutters and Vintage photo were used.     The stamps are from Creative Expressions stamped with Timber brown stayzon.

There are so many ways you can emboss paper, acetate or any craft project looking forward as always to seeing how  you respond to us this week at Lots to do

25 comments:

  1. This is terrific Zoe, I love the theme you've used and great technique. Enjoy the weekend, Annette x

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  2. Great embossing and SO true about the saying, I'm always a few rolls short! LOL

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  3. What a great card! Your layout is so nice, and the colors (Yeah T!m)! are fantastic.

    Thanks for sharing!
    Hugs, Pat

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  4. oh hun what a brilliant design,love love that embossing,and the colors you have used are just so effective,hugs cheryl xxx

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  5. Great card! I love how you used the filmstrip ribbon on this, very fun!

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  6. Oh wow Zoe, this is fabulous, love it!
    Great idea,-))m

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  7. Great card layout Zoe. Love the grungy look to it.

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  8. thanks for your kind comments on my painting..like your embossing card..for this challenge I have been buring my fingers with utee!

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  9. Beautiful work, and I adore the message! So fun!

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  10. adorable card! looks so stylish!
    love the background!

    hugs and kisses from germany,
    silvi xoxo

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  11. Brilliant! Love your composition Zoe!

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  12. Excellent use of the technique and I love how you used the film strip. I just got some of that this week and needed ideas, and this is a great one. thanx

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  13. WONDERFUL CARD ZOE! Just noticed your 3 kitties pic they are lovely!
    Chris xo

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  14. Fantastic, love how you used the film strip.

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  15. An absolutely fab card Zoe. I love everything about it but especially the way you have curled the films strip and how it lies with that triangle at the bottom.

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  16. Love the theme for your card, it looks fabulous.
    Sue x

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  17. Hi Zoe

    This one is gorgeous.

    Sorry been quiet, optic neuritis again so computer limited to short bursts.

    B x

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  18. Where did you get that sentiment! I love it and it was written for me! Love this card!

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  19. Fantastic - love the layout, the technique and the colours you've used

    Thanks again for starting the challenge off at Lotstodo again this week xx Hilda

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  20. Oh how clever! I love how you used the film strip here. Thank you so much for stopping by my blog and leaving me a comment! Happy Holidays, Melisa

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  21. Love this Zoe, my daughter is doing photography at college this is a brilliant stamp

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  22. Hi Zoe! This is such a cool card, and you've definitely demonstrated who amazing an embossed background can look! I'm loving the combo of Shabby Shutters and Vintage photo, and the sentiment is brilliant (although it hits a little too close to truth in my case!). It's fabulous, darling!

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