Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Chinese Lantern Paint Chip - Hero Arts stamps

So, I have been trying to use this amazing stamp set and look what I found at the Home Improvement store while I was doing my creating!? A little paint chip where the red color is named Chinese Lantern! I just knew I had to use it. I love these particular paint chips because they come with a couple coordinating colors on them.
The card base is White Cryogen Curious Iridenscent Cardstock available at CutCardStock.com. I have mentioned before how much I love stamping and coloring with this paper but here I embossed it for the card base. It is a metallic kind of paper so it is just made for embossing plus it has a slight sparkle making it a great card. I just purchased an entire package of this paper and I love having it to reach for.
The long line of flowers and leaves are part of the clear set of stamps that come with the Four Dolls. I stamped them in white and embossed them with white embossing powder on black paper and then cut out the whole line. It made a great accent on top of that blue patterned paper that was punched with a Martha Stewart border punch.
The little lantern is also part of that same set. I just colored the doll and the lantern with Copic markers. For an added accent, I put a dot of the White Slick 3-D Fashion Paint by Tulip. This makes a great, almost pearl look and I also used it as an accent on the lantern.
Thanks for visiting, Linda (lbpost)
Cardstock – Cryogen White Curious Iridescent/CutCardStock.com
Clear stamp set – Four Dolls/Hero Arts
Versafine stamp pad
Clear Detail embossing powder – Stamps n’ Stuff
White stamp pad – Craft Essentials/Joann’s
White embossing powder
Martha Stewart border punch
Fiskars corner rounder punch
Paint chip – Home Improvement store
Copic markers
Swiss Dot embossing plate – Cuttlebug/Provo Craft
White Slick 3-D Fashion paint – Tulip


~amy~ said...

well, how perfect is that paint chip for your sweet card??!! Magnificent!!

Sandy from Ukiah said...

Awesome card... I love how you used the cuttlebug folder behind it.

Desire Fourie said...

Who would have thought that a paint chip can look so creative. Hugs from Desire

Peet said...

oh, so gorgeous, Linda!!!

CraftyC said...

A gorgeous card, love these little beauties

Natty said...

Wow you have really rocked those stamps! I have that set still sat in the packet waiting for inspiration - I just love what you've done with them. :oD

Pamela said...

LOVE this!!!

Audrey said...

gorgeous work Linda!

Amy Adams (aka Scrapitgal) said...

What a CUTE card and great idea using that paint chip card!! I love that hero set - just eying it the other day at the store!

Heidi Van Laar said...

Really beautiful card! I'm in love with the color combination you've used!

♥ Marlou ♥ said...

oh wow!!! Linda this is soooo gorgeous!!! I love it :) ♥

ChristineCreations said...

What an adorable creation! I love the pop of colors!

Diana said...

Just love this. Awesome blog!

Stephanie Vetne said...

That is just darling!!!

Linda Rodriguez said...

How perfect! That is totally adorable and what a great red Chinese Lantern is! :)

lindal said...

Thane for leaving a comment on my blog. I got my stamps free at Two Pea in a Bucket's 10th birthday. It was so much fun. I love your use of the stamp. I really love the card at posted Wednesday. It is fab1

Mimiko said...

Love it (and other cards made with these stamps too) ;)