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Spotlight Class Card #3

Wasn’t the Stampin’ Addicts blog hop awesome?!  I hope you had a chance to visit each blog and see all the fabulous eye candy that was offered.  Wow!  That’s all, just wow!  I’m so proud to call these wonderful, creative stampers my friends. 

Here’s the 3rd card from our Spotlight Technique class.  This card was inspired by a card I saw on Splitcoaststampers.  The artist used Lovely As A Tree (item #115026) with Always Artichoke and Whisper White craft.  I thought it was stunning and wanted to use the technique.  I think the Crushed Curry and Whisper White are awesome.  What do you think?


Supplies Used (all Stampin’ Up!©):
Stamps – Upsy Daisy
Paper – Crushed Curry, Basic Black, Whisper White
Ink – Crushed Curry, Whisper White Craft
Accessories – Big Shot Die cutting machine, Perfect Details Texturz plate, 5/16″ jumbo brads, 1/16″ hand held punch, White embossing powder, embossing buddy, heat tool, stamp-a-ma-jig


6 Responses

  1. Very pretty! Fantastic use of this technique.

  2. You are right – AWESOME!!! I love the Curry and white together. Very classy!!!

  3. Ooooooh, I love this! Love that you used a rectangle for the “spotlight” instead of circle and Curry is just the yummiest color yet!

  4. This card is beautiful! I already did this technique with my club – but man, I wish I had waited – this is soo much better than what I tried to do.

  5. Really pretty! I like the contrasting colour.

  6. This is beautiful. I’m new to card making. Could you please let me know how you created this card? Or let me know how to find this item number on Splitcoaststamers? I would really like to try this technique. Thank you for the post.

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