The challenge for this week (HERE) is Food and drink.
I made the background using Ranger Distress Inks dabbed onto the craft mat, spritzed with water- and dried between each color. I used Wild Honey and Barn Door, and I flicked on a tiny bit of Black Soot. The Silhouette image from the Wine! set was stamped onto the panel. I added the chandeliers in using Fantasy Silver EP- they are actually the smaller wine glasses upside down.... : )
I was imagining the girls sitting in front of the big glass window enjoying the view. So, I took the Stone Path ATC stencil and added embossing paste and embossed with BrownStone Enamel EP. Normally, you let the paste dry prior to embossing, but I thought the bubbly look would be cool on the bricks, so I did not wait. I love the way it turned out.
Here are the Products I used from the SweetStamps store:
We'd love to have you join us for the challenge. Our winners are chosen by Random.org- and if you use a Sweet Stamps image, your entry will count x's 2!
Thanks for stopping by!
What a great card! The scene is so fun and love how the bricks turned out...so real looking! Great texture:)
You are one clever lady!!! Love the how you used the glasses as chandeliers!! They entire scene looks amazing.
Wonderful design, I love how you used the stencil for your border and what a unique idea using the wine glasses for chandeliers.
This is just wonderful! Great job on that brick border...loving all the glitz and glam going on here. The wine glass chandelier is so unique...love it to pieces!
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