Tuesday, December 8, 2009

TIOT47 - Fancy a Fold?

It's Tuesady!! Do you love it?! We have another fantastic Try It Out Tuesday challenge from Susana's Custom Art and Card Design for you today! This week's challenge (TIOT47) calls for a fancy fold card featuring the newest Elisabeth Bell for SCACD image line, Sampler Edition #2. Any type of fold will do this week so be creative!

For today's challenge I chose to make an easel card. These were all the rage a few weeks back and I didn't get around to making one then, so I'm all over it today! What a fun idea this card concept is. If you click the link above you can find the instructions for this type of fold/card.

I stamped her in Memento Tuxedo Black ink on PTI white cardstock and colored with Copic markers. After she was colored up, I cut her out, along with some Classic Oval Nesties to use for mats. The rest is all patterned paper (Basic Grey OF COURSE) and bling! I used a BG brad for the base of the easel and lots of Kaisercraft rhinestones to decorate the front. She is FABULOUS, one of my latest favorites from the amazingly talented minds of Elisabeth and Susana!

Be sure to check out the SCACD store blog for lots more inspiration from this week's challenge! Oh, and don't forget, Susana has another new product in -- the latest colors and mixes of Bella Embellishments! Love those little guys, they add so much so fast to any project and the new mixes are yummers!

AND selected Spellbinders are on sale over at her shop in the Specials section - great deals to be had and once they are gone, they are gone so get yours!


5 people made my day!:

the whimsical butterfly said...

Super cute-I LOVE Easel cards-I was obsessed with making them last week and in fact was just thinking it might be time again, haha. Cute image too!

Debi said...

Fabulous card...love the bright colors and image. Great job on it!

pezadoodle said...

fantastic! LOVE the colors

Julia said...

Love the colors on this! Beautiful!

Dianne said...

Fabulous card! Isn't this just the best image? You did a great job with the coloring.