10.26.2007

Just some Quickies

This LoveyBella is an wishrak image from Sandye C. ( SGC) and the basic black cardstock has the filigree background heat embossed in PINK. then the W*E*L*C*O*M*E sentiment is from PeebsMama ( Susan ) and i trimmed it with scissors then layered it to an word window punchie. Its on top of an Heidiswapp pink plastic flower.
The Teachabella is an WishRak image from Sue Stroyzk, and the fine lace background is stamped in Not Quite Navy. ( tone on tone) the pp are from Imginisce (sp?) The thank-you is from the su set called fancy flexible phrases and is punched out with Martha Stewart tag punch then tied on with the new style su gold thread ( whats in the little Christmas flyer books) and its different, fun thing i noticed about it is it does not unravel like the old style thread.
This Clickabella is an granted wish from JulieMLacey. Shes on the same papers as the teachabella card, and the Welcome is punched out with an punchbunch scallop oval then matted with an Yellow sized Marvy scallop oval, ( these do not line up the same but, don't look too bad together.) Its up on pop-dots. Another thing i have noticed about stamping Bella images is it seems like the newer released images are Larger { and therefore easier to color haha}
Now these i just wrecked these, so when the ink is dry again I'm going to try going over the top of the background of the box with pencils, i wanted to add some color to it and i used a very pale neutral tomobow brush marker to add some color, but it activated the reds and pinks colored elsewhere and dragged the color in... so anyways, all of these My Favorite Things hot stuff images were Wishes i received almost right when i first joined wish rak and they were gifted to me by two different people and i have all the images inside one baggie together... printed paper on this one is Basic Grey, textured cardstock is Bazzill and ribbon is May Arts.
This one i colored to be able to use this double ruffled May Arts ribbon. :)
the fine lace is chocolate ink on Carmel cardstock.
this one uses up more scraps, the filigree is heat embossed on the black cardstock and the pink mat layer has some spiral punchies along the top. ribbon is unknown and the Welcome is from the SU set fancy flexible phrases.

9 comments:

Linda M. said...

Great cards.......

Stacy, you should enter the coffee cup ones to Take Ten......the samples of taking one stamp and using it in different ways. You would get published in my book!

Karen said...

I love your bella cards! I especially love the black cs embossed with pink, the filigree looks gorgeous like that!

Fink said...

Great cards! I love filigree--it is just gorgeous

KardKrazy said...

Wow, what a fantastic bunch of Bella cards. Love the first two especially.

Penny said...

These are beautiful! Love the first pink one especially :)

Beth said...

Cute bunch of cards.

Tami said...

Great cards. I love the rose, red, and tan color combo you used. Very pretty.

Stampin' Meg said...

I like how the pink and black mixed-I think it's a cool effect. I am still not quite sure about those headless people stamps- somehow I find them kinda un-nerving!

Nancy Maxwell James said...

your cards are always fantastic!