Sunday, October 28, 2012

Inside And Out

Talk about under the
gun. I created this card to enter in The Kraft Journal's Inside and Out challenge, and just discovered it ends in the next two hours. Last minute or what?


I started out with
my favorite Kraft cardstock... Lunch Bag Kraft. From there I built layers with The Timeless Type 8x8 paper stack from DCWV. Lots of edge distressing with my Tonic paper distresser, Vintage Photo Distress Ink and Distress Stain.


The chipboard pieces are
from Prima's Londonerry collection, the flowers are I Am Roses, May Arts black burlap string and ribbon from my stash.


From Idea-ology:
ChitChat Stickers, Long Fasteners, Mini Paper Clips, Mini Gears and Label Pulls.


The inside.


I really want to
show you this today... time crunch or not. The Penmaker did this one last night and I thought it was soooo gorgeous... just had to post this.


There are tiny birds
and flowers imbedded in the acrylic... wish these photos did it justice.

Now to enter that challenge.

Thanks for stopping by!
Hugs!
Linda

7 comments:

Rebecca said...

Oh my gosh, Linda! Last minute OR NOT this is just beautiful. I'm amazed at all the gorgeous things you can make. I'm not a paper-girl...love to do computer stuff but the hands-on things just take my breath away. LOVE IT!

xoRebecca

Linda R said...

What a gorgeous card. This has a wonderful vintage old world feel to it. LOVE that. Tell Mr penmaker that is pen looks amazing. Love the color of this one.

Hugs~

Ros Crawford said...

Oh my goodness ... what a talented couple you are ... your card is beautiful with all those layers and the pens ... amazing!!

~Tammy~ said...

Linda, this is just gorgeous! I mean I am just drooling over all the fine details...The pen is amazing! So happy you shared with us at The Kraft Journal for the Inside and Out challenge!

Colleen Dietrich said...

Linda, it was so nice of you to drop by my blog!! I have missed you. Time just gets away from me...I'm sure you know how that goes. ;)

I can't believe you created this in under two hours (and still had to photo it and upload it to the blog!)...it's just gorgeous. I like the post card piece, and the clock hand. There are many wonderful details on it. :)

Colleen Dietrich said...

PS - tell the Penmaker that he did a wonderful job on his creations, too!

Audrey Pettit said...

wow, wow, wow! Your card is stunning, Linda! You do vintage to perfection! And another amazing pen from the penmaker. Love the feminine look to this one. Soooo romantic!

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