This card blew me away when I received it from a customer. This card is full of texturing using the Eclectic Layering Thinlits #143774 from Stampin Up. What is so fun is the coral floral section was creating by making a mask using the Eclectic Thinlits and then she filled in the mask with colored embossing paste that had been colored with a few drops of calyso coral reinkers. She added other embellishments from the Eclectic Layers Thinlits. This card inspired me to order the embossing paste #141979 from Stampin Up.
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Today’s post is is a simple card that I made using leftover pieces had laying around on my table and decided to use them on a card rather than pitching them out. Since the leftover pieces were cut from the Eclectic Layers #143774 Thinlits from Stampin Up, I used the mosaic piece to cuet the window from the layer and used a scrap of the now retired Naturally Eclectic DSP behind the panel and then added the floral and leaf embellishments. The sentiment is from a Paper Pumpkin stamp set and stamped on a Pretty Label #143715 punched piece. I think I did a fine job creating a treasure from what would have been trash.
The main reason that I bought the Eclectic Layers Thinlits #143774 from Stampin up was for the diamond shape so I could make engagement and wedding cards. Today’s cards show case 2 versions of the diamond using the glimmer paper. The background paper is from the now retired Painted with Love collection and was perfect for the diamond ring.
The Naturally Eclectic patterned paper works perfectly with the Eclectic Layers #143774 Thinlits but is now retired from Stampin Up. I used blender pens to color in the segments of the diamond and stamped the sentiment from the now retired You’re Priceless stamp set and cut them apart to center above the diamond.
Here is a second design that I used using the Eclectic Layers Thinlits, the Naturally Eclectic DSP and the You’re Priceless Stamp set.
I had been wanting to use the now retired Naturally Eclectic DSP from Stampin Up but never got around to it until now. I paired it with the now retired Your Priceless stamp set. The diamond was cut using the Eclectic Layers Thinlits #143774. I loved how this turned out and went to town using up the other patterns in the Naturally Eclectic DSP so stay tuned.
This card is absolutely stunning features the direct to paper technique for the background. Cammie made the pile of coal using black cardstock and white gel pen. She added a great big diamond using Dazzling Diamond Glimmer paper and and the Eclectic Layers Thinlits #143774 and added the silver embossed sentiment from the You’re Priceless #143760 stamp set.
The Naturally Eclectic DSP from Stampin Up is the star of these 2 cards. Cammie paired the DSP with the You’re Priceless #143760 photo polymer stamp set and the coordinating Eclectic Layers Thinlits #143774 to create cards for all the priceless gems and jewels in her life. These cards most certainly show how brilliant they really are!