Thursday, October 14, 2010

Flourishes A Gift for You Blog Hop

Flourishes has invited the Spellbinders Design Team to take part in their new release, here is a little info about the stamp set.

If you’ve been searching for a perfect set that could give class and elegance to your Christmas gift packaging, search no more! Today, Flourishes is sneak peaking a brand new set called, A Gift for You, and some of the Spellbinders’ team is joining them in the fun! This set was designed not only to coordinate with some of Flourishes best-selling Christmas stamp sets but with more than a handful of Spellbinders Template Dies! A Gift For You - drawn by the ever-so-talented Marcella Hawley - offers 8 different tag styles and 8 different mini sentiments to fit inside! To make sure your tags come out with a regal style and design, this set coordinates with Spellbinders Labels 14, Labels 15, Labels 16, as well as some of the new circular and square shaped designs like Lacey, Eyelet and Beaded Circles and Lacey or Eyelet Squares! The customizable options are endless.  Would you like to win this set? Simply leave us a comment here on this post!  Flourishes will draw a winner and announce this coming Saturday in their Winner's Circle on their blog!
If a peek didn't whet your appetite enough, head on over to see what some of the Spellbinders and Flourishes designers whipped up today. I promise, you won't be disappointed!!

·  AJ Otto
·  Latisha Yoast (me)

Here is the card I created using this stamp set.  
I started by stamping the label image onto Flourishes ivory card stock, cut/embossing with the Spellbinders S4-290 Labels Fourteen.  I colored in the wreath at the top using Copic markers, and then chose the Happy Holidays sentiment to stamp in the center.  Before adhering the label down with foam tape, I embossed the card stock using the Spellbinders I2-1003 Snowflake Impressabilities, then distressed it with some brown ink. 




Materials Used:
Flourishes A gift for you Stamp set
Flourishes ivory card stock
Copic markers
red satin ribbon
Kaisercraft red pearls
Spellbinders Labels Fourteen
Spellbinders Snowflake Impressabilities
Versafine black ink
Memento ink
red satin ribbon
foam tape

30 comments:

Holly - Wild Wyoming Girl said...

Beautiful Card Latisha! I love how you used the Impressability. Beautiful Copic coloring as well.

Margie H said...

Such wonderful details...colors, red accents, embossing...just lovely! xo

Gina said...

Such a sweet little card Latisha . . . LOVE the embossing! Great Card! :)

Mona L. Pendleton said...

Very pretty! Love that embossed BG!

Crystal said...

So gorgeous, Latisha! Great job with the stamps and beautifully coloured!

Marie-Précieuse said...

WOW! This embossed background is gorgeous!! Love the card.

Dawn B. said...

BEAUTIFUL..love this Latisha.. your background makes the image pop...

ChristineCreations said...

Well Hi Latisha :)!

Gorgeous rich coloring and I love the beautiful sense of texture and warmth you added with the embossing!

Laura (scrapnextras) said...

Gorgeous Latisha! Love the sponged background and your classy little design! How fun to have you on our team again! Miss you!

Deborah Young said...

So pretty, girlfriend! Love the embossed background.

Deborah Young said...

So pretty, girlfriend! Love the embossed background.

Julie Overby said...

Very pretty....ya, had a feeling we'd all pick this stamp to use. It's so gorgeous!

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

Classy and elegant! Love your coloring girlie! Sure do miss you over here! Fabulous work as always. hugs...

Judy Hayes said...

Your card is so striking! I love your combination of colors and textures. Beautiful!

Amanda said...

Wow!! Love your card!! And the embossed Background is Fabulous!! :)

bethping said...

Latisha, that is soooo pretty against the Impressabilities embossed background. I love it!!

Linda Carson said...

What a delightful card! Love it!

Luv 2 Create said...

Latisha,
This embossed rubbed backround just makes the label pop. Love it. Fabulous card.
Marcie

Jessica said...

Just beautiful!!! I love this stamp set. And the snowflakes impressabilities die too! Very pretty. Thanks for the inspiration!

Leslie Miller said...

Oh, Latisha! I could never imagine this embossing folder looking so splendid! This is magnificent! Beautiful card!

Cindy Lou said...

So would it be redundent to say your embossed background is beautiful! It sets everything off so nicely. Thanks for sharing such a beautiful card.

Tiff said...

This card is GORGEOUS! Love the shading on top of the embossing!

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debbi said...

Love the embossing folder

Faloe said...

I have never used Spellbinders as they are to pricey for me. I am on a fixed income and can not afford them. Thank you.

--Marcy said...

How ver4y clever!

Ceesa said...

very cute stuff.... I am going to have to follow you...

Lynne said...

My favorite was to you and yours. I have made a few shaped cards with mixed results. Thanks for sharing so I can try again with better success.

Anonymous said...

Cardmaking and spellbinders go together like peanut butter and jelly.

Miriam said...

Love the cards very inspiring.

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