Friday, December 9, 2011

Just Us Girls - get bendy with it!

It's NOT your ordinary card - it's all scored, bent and FUN!

That's right - I'll bet you guessed it... Technique time!

Never, never, ever and I mean NEVER made one of these before!
Yeahooooooo! - for new techniques! OUR darling Kathryn picked
this one out and IIIIIIII am SO happy she did! She's our lovely
hostess this week and I'm telling you - she puts ON a party!

I found this Center Step Card to be a terrific platform for REALLY
showing off some AWESOME paper and materials! I hope you'll
consider playing along with us - we'd LOVE to see how you use this!

I sure had FUN with the details! But SPEAKING of details -
you won't want to miss any of these CARDS and all of the
special nuances of the talented Jugsters this round:


And our super TALENTED guest designer, Lenet!

Hope you'll glean all the glorious inspiration you need,
to get your creative "seat" on OVER to Just Us Girls!


We CAN'T wait to see what you make!

Thanks for riding on through!
Hope you have a super crafty day!

Supplies -

C/S - Stampin' Up!
D/P - October Afternoon
Stamp - Creative Imagination
Acrylic Paint - Eco Green Crafts
Seam Bias - Wright's
Ink - Color box Chalk
Charm - Tim Holtz
Pin - Maya Road
Thread - Guterman
Artist Medium - Eco Green Crafts
Glitter - Stampin' Up!
Transparency - Office Supply Store


Lynn said...

Ahhh...I love the mixy, matchy papers Elise! This is a stunner for sure!

Nancy said...

This is not just a card! It is a work of art and an engineering masterpiece! I love all the layers and amazing details! Stunning is right!

~amy~ said...

what a wonderful card...check out all that scoring! Love all your fun paper choices!!

Vicki Dutcher said...

How cute with Santa flying over the town! Love it!

Kathryn B said...

Hello my west coast friend! Once I took a gander at this beauty you created it made it feel like Christmas time instantly in my cold neck of the woods brrr!!!( the cold temp of 25 degrees I might add!) Love the cut outs tilted like so and the different patterned papers you've used to creat your Christmas scene!

Carol L said...

I like your style and this card is another amazing creation! I just LOVE the stick pin/charm/ribbon combination, and Santa flying over the town ain't too bad either :) Great card!

TesaB said...

Ohhh, what a fabbie card! So gorgeous with those papers and lovely little accents.

Lisa Kind said...

Oh this is amazing! I love all the patterns you brought together in this lovely card! And the stitching on the bottom looks like my heart beating...getting excited looking at all the fun details in this card!

Karen said...

Now that's one fold I haven't seen. Great layered look and perfect distressed charm! Hope your holiday season is twinkling, my friend! :>

Dana Gustafson said...

Ack! I love it! LOVE it! You surely know how to paint the scene on your cards. I would love to beam myself right into the middle of this holiday scene!

Marlena M. said...

You have such a gift of marrying DP and materials, Elise! Beautiful card. ;)

Anonymous said...

[url=]christian louboutin shoe sale[/url] I don't know how many of you are interested but my site is actually running a contest giving away free copies of the X-Files Revelations. [url=]Canada Goose jakke[/url] Nkwefxbxp [url=]canada goose sverige[/url]
zcdykq 401102 [url=]canada goose ski jackets[/url] 313713 [url=]canada goose authentic[/url]