Monday, October 4, 2010

Gettin' crackin' with 2 challenges!

Wow, I can't believe how many NEW followers I have! I am so grateful and love all the comments you leave! I hope I keep all of you happy! I have to thank CNS for hosting such an awesome blog hop - that girl is AH-MAZING!!!

Today I have a card to share with you using a new technique - faux cracked glass. didn't come out as great as I had hoped. For some reason, the blue embossing ink didn't dry clear. It is supposed to but I don't emboss a lot so it's pretty old so I am going to pick up some new embossing ink pronto so I can try this technique again b/c other than that, it is AWESOME! I really love the vintage feel it gives and I just HAD to pair it up with some more of my new Hall'oween Wonderland pad by G45. LOVE it! Of couse, the image is Royal Proclamation since I'm entering it in this weeks Tiddly Inks Challenge - Diamond Glaze/Crackle Accent (hope this qualifies). The sketch is from this weeks Taylored Expressions.

Thanks for stopping by!


Jill said...

Looks good to me Carisa! Jill x

Andrea C said...

are you mad!!!!! this is one of the most gorgeous and brilliant cards I have seen, I so Love it, I keep scrolling back up just to have another look, unbelievable x x

Christy/Tiddly Inks Digitals said...

I love this too...I would have thought the blue was intentional. :)
This is very vintage and very cool...:)

Melissa S. said...

Love your card. How much fun is the Crackle Glaze and even though the embossing ink didn't turn out the way you want this looks great to me.

DonnaMundinger said...

Oh I love it! It looks like porcelain! REALLY COOL! Thanks for joining the Tiddly Inkers this week1 xxD

Patricia Mae said...

That came out so cool. I like the lines showing I think it works awesome. You would think this is a pin by the way it looks.