Newspaper Skyline

Hi ya, all! Here is a card that I made for the "Clean & Simple" challenge over at Hero Arts Blog and for Kristina's Inspiration challenge over at Simon Says Stamp Challenge Blog.

I also used one of the sketches provided for this month's challenge from Hero Arts Blog. And yes, glitter once again! =) I honestly don't love playing with loose glitters, but this is such a fun technique and the outcome is totally worth it.

The cardstock is first trimmed to size and covered with Scor-Tape, the top corners are then rounded then glitter added after peeling off the backing paper. The Newspaper Skyline from Hero Arts is stamped with Jet Black archival ink then mounted on the scallop die-cut Smokey Shadow cardstock. The sentiment from Heyday set is stamped with Pure Poppy then cut out.

That's all for now. Have a happy day, my friends! =)

Thanks for stopping by!

cardstock: (white, Smokey Shadow, Pure Poppy) Papertrey Ink
wood stamp: Hero Arts
clear stamp: (sentiment) Hero Arts/Studio Calico
dye ink: (Pure Poppy) Papertrey Ink
archival ink: (Jet Black) Ranger Industries
fiber: (black/white baker's twine) Queen & Company
die: (scallop) Memory Box
tool: (die-cut machine) Provo Craft, (Corner Chomper) We R Memory Keepers
other: (foam tape) 3M
card size: 4" x 5 1/2"


yyam said…
Looks amazing Alice! I so want to try this technique!
Helle said…
This card is so cool! Love the red with the grey!
Oooh love the is really effective. Beautiful design and the touches of red are so striking :)
Carla S. said…
Very cool card, Alice! Love the skyline and the glitter!
Virginia L. said…
GREAT take on the sketch, Alice! Love the glitter goodness!
Lisa Carroll said…
Alice, this is wonderful! Absolutely perfect design with that skyline stamp! Thanks for playing along in Kristina's inspriation challenge over at Simon Says Stamp. :)
alexandra s.m. said…
Gorgeous card dear Alice!
Kathy Martin said…
Love, love, love those text buildings!
Jingle said…
Gorgeous card! I love this!
BabyBokChoy said…
I like it because I recognize that stamp as a cut available in the silhouette store!!! Great inspo!
~amy~ said… it Alice!
Elizabeth Allan said…
Out on the town with glittery glitz!
Karen B. said…
Such a cool effect, and perfect image for this!
Kelly Booth said…
Love perfect for the challenge. I have not used that technique in is always so fun! I use my xyron to do it though.....xoxoxo

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