Design Teams

Thursday, June 3, 2010

Creative Inspirations Paints Challenge-Acetate

Team A of the Creative Inspirations Paints challenge this week is to use Acetate on our project along with Creative Inspirations Paints.  I decided to make a gift set for a gentleman that fixed my lawnmower last week while my husband was out of town……..
CreativeInspirationsacetategiftset
I made 6 cards, 3 of each layout and put them in an acetate holder from CDS with an acetate tag on the front.
Creative Inspirationsacetatetagcloseup
The tag is backed up with a piece of CS with a Technique Junkies technique called Twinkling Faux Stenciling in light blue and silver Twinkling H2O’s. 
The shimmer is awesome and very difficult to photograph! 
Stamps are Clear Dollar Stamps-Yard Yabber stamped with Black Stazon
CI Paints- Antique Silver, Tan, Coal, Garnet, Green Olive
CreativeInspirationspaintcard2
CreativeInspirationspaintcard1
I am a little OCD, I sorted my Su paper and tried to use the new colors- Soft Suede, Real Red and Blue Bayou. The layout is a CASE from a SU mini catalog.
I colored the image with Copic markers C1, C2, C3, C5, G21, G24, G94, R24, R27
HERE is a link to the Creative Inspirations Challenge Blog where all of the DT samples are posted- check back next Thursday for Team B’s projects. 
Challenges:
For Fun Challenges-For a man
Crafty Calendar-Great Outdoors
Daisy Doodles-Anything Goes

Thanks for stopping by today!
Shelly

21 comments:

Carrie said...

what a great man set. I like what you did with the circles on the cards.

Tracey said...

Fantastic cards Shelly, would be perfect for my Father-in-Law :)

Thanks for joining us at For Fun this week.

Hugs
Tracey
x

Lisa Somerville said...

Great masculine cards, the colors you used are perfect "guy" colors!

jimlynn said...

These are so cute Shelly. Just great. I'm going over to the challenge site to check out all of the cards. Oh, I also have access to the Tech. Junk. newsletter now and am awaiting the snail mail copies. Can't wait.
Lynn

Maria Matter said...

oh Wow what a great set Shelly and such a kind thought! Wonderful!!!
Blessings!

Helen Dooley said...

How cute! Thanks for sharing with us this week at For Fun.

Annie said...

these are totally great!!!!

Gerrie Johnnic said...

What a cute stamp, luv what you did with it!

cbuswell said...

Great cards, love the colors, perfectly masculine!

Kathy said...

This is such a great set, that gentleman will love it. Really nice and manly! So kind of him to help you out, too.

Joan Ervin said...

This is such a great guy card, Shelly, and perfect for the man that fixed your lawn mower!!! Your coloring is beautiful, too, and I love the paint technique on the background!!!!

CraftinGranny said...

Super card Shelly! I know he's going to love it. Great coloring and choice of papers.
Thanks so much for joining us at For Fun Challenges this week and we sure hope to see you again next week.
"Hugs" Granny (Carol)

Joanne Gilch said...

How cool is that you having a lawn mower image for the guy that fixed your LM? Great card love the different looks on each one.

Karen Howard said...

OMG, this is awesome!!! Love the lawn mower and grass!

Rhonda said...

Great Card! Thank you so much for playing with us at Daisy Doodles! We hope to see you again.

Cheryl said...

Wonderful cards! What a great set of cards for a man.

Mary Ski said...

I never saw a lawn mower image before. It is great for a man card or a honey do jar... Thanks for sharing with FFC

Lisa said...

Very cute! Nothing says manly like a lawnmower. Love the grass, the circles, love it all. Thanks for playing at For Fun Challenges...see you next week!

Melisa Waldorf said...

I"ve been a member of TJ for several months now and still have played with one single technique
:(. Maybe after the move. What a sweet thing for your to do for him. That acetate tag is really cool and I'm just wondering did you put the paint on the front or back of the acetate? It looks awesome!

~ Kendra ~ said...

Beautiful job!! Where did u get the lawn mower image from?

Anne said...

This is so clever, like the "grass"!