Sunday, February 8, 2009

CPS #102 and PaperTrey

The party continues at Card Positioning Systems blog and there are more sponsors this week and more prizes. The sponsor that I was able to play with for this week was PaperTrey ink. WOWIE! Check them out if you haven't.
There were TWO things that totally stood out when I first opened my package.
1. The weight and feel of the cardstock. It is thick and velvety
2. The completely fun and unexpected color combo. I wouldn't have put these colors together and yet it was just plain fun to work with the papers, stamp pads, ribbons and stamps - Ripe Avocado, Raspberry Fizz, Dark Chocolate and Vintage Cream.
I just had to create some cards to show off these supplies. This first card, above and below, is my card using the CPS sketch 102 for this week.
I stamped the flower, one each in two different sizes, colored them with Copic markers, coated some of the petals with Clear Paper Glaze by Aleene’s®/Tulip for a 3-D and epoxy look and then cut them both out.
For the fun dot design on my card base, one of the sets of dots is the outline of a dot, there is another set that is solid dots. I stamped both and then coated the solid dots with the same Clear Paper Glaze – Aleene’s®/Tulip.
For this card, I stamped the outline dots stamp with the Raspberry Fizz ink and stamped solid dots on the brown paper with the Vintage Cream ink. This kit came with stamps of dots of many sizes and lots of word choices.
For this card, the flower was stamped repeatedly over the cream colored cardstock with the Ripe Avocado ink and over that I stamped some mini dots in the same ink. Then each flower was colored in with several shades of Copic Markers.
A portion of each of the flowers were accented with a Metallic Pearl 3-D fashion paint.
This card is very simple. I stamped two different sizes of the dots on the cream colored cardstock and then added the papers in strips with the word phrase in the middle section.

SKETCH 102 – SUNFLOWER-PAPERTREY card
Materials:
Cardstock, Stamps, Ribbon and stamp pads – Courtesy of PaperTrey
Border punch- Martha Stewart
Copic Markers
Clear Paper Glaze – Aleene’s®/Tulip

20 comments:

Ann said...

These are all wonderful cards! Isn't Papertrey awesome? You are making it hard to resist buying Raspberry Fizz! ;)

~amy~ said...

Lovin' ALL of your gorgeous cards!!!!

Deanna said...

Wow wow wow! Love them! Especially the hear one, I love how you did the heart!

Heidi Van Laar said...

These are so beautiful! I love what you did with the pearl paint and paper glaze!

Tracey said...

WOW - these are ALL amazing - I love your style. I think my favorite is the square card with the peral paint and the jewels...LOVELY. Thanks for stopping by my little corner of the world too :) Have a super Monday!

Kathleen Summers said...

Linda, you rocked the cards again! Love 'em... especially those hearts on the Forever Friend card.

xoxoxo

happydays525 said...

Wow, Linda...what a post! Everything is beautiful,especially loving that flower on the first card you posted.

Have a great Monday!

Jen

Jamie Martin said...

Boy have you been busy! They are all wonderful.

scrappermimi said...

Man girl....these are pretty!

Judith A. Novak said...

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and commenting on my CPS submission. I's just starting to get involved with the Challenges and am looking forward to entering more. Your cards are beautiful!! The Friends to the End stamp set is gorgeous!
Thanks again,
Judith

Melanie said...

I soooo much love that flower stamp! I love what you did with it - great job with the copics! Thanks for sharing!

Molly said...

you make such beautiful cards! love them all!

Natty said...

Oooh you lucky thing! I just love those polka dots - such gorgeous cards. :o)

Melissa Sauls said...

I LOVE LOVE LOOOOOVE your samples!! Beautiful work!

Monika/Buzsy said...

Very pretty cards! Love the great colors... the CPS sketch card is beautiful! TFS!

Jenn said...

Linda, you did such a gorgeous job with the kit! Well done, friend!

Ingrid said...

Gorgeous cards. I love them all!

Sheryl Dickinson said...

Very pretty! Love the flower-so bright and cheerful!

Rosanne said...

Love all your cards!

Kicki said...

WOW! I really love those cards! Especially the first one with the double flower. They are gorgeous!
Thanks for the nice comment in b´my blog!
/Kicki