Sunday, 12 April 2009

Wine Bottle CC

Good morning people

Today, I am sharing another wine bottle creation displaying the credit card technique. This card was extremely hard to photograph. All the shiny bits were giving my little camera a very hard time! I have limited time this morning. Visitors are arriving by smoko time to have a day of playing cards and other games.

This card is really, really pretty IRL. I think it would be perfect for males of a certain age ;). The background was achieved using just el cheapo black cardstock and applying various paints over the top using the credit card. Found the perfect sentiment in the drawer to go with it, too!

How different is this from yesterday's? Tomorrow's has an even different appearance. Hope you can come back to check it out!

Materials
Stamps: Inkadinkadoo 97121P Wine Bottle, Stamp It Australia2922D Perfection
Inks: StayzOn Black
Cardstock: Bazzill Bling, Artee Burnt Gold, Cheap Black Card Unknown Source
Other: Jo Sonja Paints: Blue, Silver, Gold, Burnt Gold Brads, Cuttlebug, Bubbles Embossing Folder, Nestabilities Rectangles DSFT

9 comments:

Tenia Nelson said...

Another stunner!!! tfs!!
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Kristin said...

this is amazing. i am super impressed!

Laurel DeViney said...

Really nice...Please elaborate on the technique- just pull the paint across the image with a credit card? Sounds too easy-lol! I love it! Great job!

shellpole said...

Hi Laurel...
1. Get old credit card.
2. Run acrylic paint along one long edge.
3. Swipe it lengthways on your cardstock.
4. Load new colour and repeat.
5. Load gold....and repeat...be careful NOT to totally go everything else.

Tis all...One of the easiest techs out there with brilliant results.

Actually I will post this to our group.

MollyD said...

I like the cuttlebugged background and how that still doesn't take away from the techbique on the image!

Jennie said...

Oh, I love this one! It looks like a piece art, it is in its own rite! The sentiment goes perfectly! Great job and I took notes for this technique. :o)

stampin abi said...

interesting technique will have to have a go at this! bet mine doesn't end up looking like your though!!!

xiumaiyuki said...

I love this one!!! Love how you incorporated the CB folder to the background yet it doesn't take your focus off the amazing image!!!

Elizabeth >^..^< said...

Such a striking card! Awesome background you created!