Sunday, August 16, 2009

Kilkenny Cross

I hope you all had a good weekend. I know I did! But gosh...was it short, or what?


I managed a tiny bit of stamping time today to make this cart. And oh my, was it a fun one to make! The stamp is Kilkenny Cross by Holly Berry House. One of the reasons I love this stamp so much is because it's so versatile. Depending on the colors and verse you choose to stamp on the inside, it could be great for a sympathy card, confirmation, thinking of you, or even Easter or Christmas!
I stamped it 3 times on Sage Green Prismatics light, and three times on cream paper, which is the reverse side of the MME French Flea Market designer paper I used for my background. The ink I used is Colorbox Evergreen pigment ink. I embossed with Detail Clear embossing powder. The cut out layers were adhered using foam tape for dimension.

I cut a panel with my Curved Rectangle Mega Nestabilities as a background for the cross. The edges were distressed using Ranger Antique Linen distress ink.

The pearls are actually Snow White pearls colored with a Copic C5 marker.

This last photo is just to show you the dimension. Lots of layers, huh?

Thanks so much for stopping by tonight. I always appreciate it when you do!

6 comments:

Carol L said...

WOW! All those layers look awesome! I love the colors and simple, elegant design! Beautiful!

Stamp Talk with Tosh said...

Your cross is gorgeous Michelle!! I adore the greens you used!! What an elegant beauty!!

Amy Sheffer said...

Oh my!! This is absolutely gorgeous, Michelle!! Love the colors you used!

SMK said...

WOW! this is amazingly gorgeous! love the layers and the colors you chose!

Denise (peanutbee) said...

This is SUCH a beautiful card, Michelle! Wow! LOOOOVE all the layers!

www.amazingpapergrace.com said...

Stun-ning!! That cross is magnificent!!
--Hugs Becca