Wednesday, 15 April 2009

MM Wine

Good afternoon everyone,

Well, this is the last of my....hic!...wine cards for now!...hic! ROFL!

This one is my least favourite of them all, but I will show it nonetheless. The background, this time, was created with the use of Marvy Metallics. I love making these backgrounds, but this particular image does not do it justice...IMHO...

And no...that isn't a drop of wine on the card, Anita! Tis a raindrop. It still hasn't stopped raining here, but the best place for photos is still the back verandah!

I do love the fact that the elongated rectangles from the Nestabilities range are big enough to create a base card. Yes! Very cool!

Well, I hope you enjoyed this series of cards. I would love to hear what you think!!!

Stamps: Inkadinkadoo 97121P (Wine), Hero Arts C4070 A Happy Hello
Inks: StazOn Black Ink
Cardstock: White Gloss Card, Gold Card and Black Bazzill Base
Other: Cuttlebug, Nestabilities Long Rectangles, Gold Cording, Bling Brad (Unknown Source), Gold Brads (Bought Many, Many Years Ago)

17 comments:

Linda B said...

Cool! I love the background that you created! Is the wine glass and bottle all one image?

Becky said...

beautiful :), love this back ground, I am going to ask the same question :), is the glass and bottle one image?

Rebecca said...

I really have enjoyed seeing the variety of cards you made. It was fun. You've done an awesome job with all of the backgrounds.

shellpole said...

Yes ladies...Tis one collage style stamp....Inkadinkadoo 97121P (Wine and Cheese)...pretty isn't it? I also like the wording which complements it...seen in a couple of the series of cards.

xiumaiyuki said...

Michelle, all these different cards are amazing!!! Although, the focal image is the same...the backgrounds really make each one of them unique. They are all amazing! but if I have to choose I'd pick the Wine CC post. That one is beautiful and the embossing background really makes it pop!

Judy C said...

Shell, I absolutely love this series of cards. Each one is stunning. I actually have this stamp and have only used it once...you've inspired me now!
Hugs from windy, dusty Canberra

Anita Hovey said...

I don't know...looks like wine to me LOL COFFEE girl... you need COFFEE!

I actually like this one even if you don't...I like the colors. I'm not much for background techniques, but you might inspire me to try some.

Jaspere said...

This is beautiful. What a background!

JazzyH said...

Beautiful!

laos348 said...

You do such really neat backgrounds - another pretty one here!

specialcraftmom4 said...

oh I really like this background! The colors on this one are really nice (:

Deb said...

Another great card with the colorings!!!!! I love this stamp! You should make several sets and sell them. They would be great to go with a bottle of wine for a gift!

Kristin said...

all of these are amazing.. you are such an artist!

MollyD said...

I am loving how you are utilizing the same stamp but different techniques - I think it is great and that way you are familiar with the iamge and it doesn't take away from the technique - GREAT JOB! Have you ever though ot framing them and selling them??

BTW - I am with you on the clip art thingy!

Cheryl Walker said...

I love them all, but I have to say my favorite is the blue one. I love how they all look sooo different, and you did a great job on all of these!!!! Thank you for sharing them with us :)

Have a wonderful day!!!
Hugs,
Cheryl

stampin abi said...

love the contrast of the black and gold

Ilina Crouse said...

I love that wine stamp, hic ;-) lol
I love the whole series of the "wine" cards, and the stamp as well. I used in some class some wine stamp, I really liked it, though I think I like your better, as it includes cheese and it's more detailed. hmmmm...now I am going to look for a wine stamps LOL hic!