Wednesday, November 24, 2010

ICSketches #97 - and more Christmas cards

This week over at ICS the designers were sponsored with images from DZ Doodles.
I am particularly pleased with finally putting my MM Slice to work here - 
I cut 2 triangular photo corners and 2 scalloped squares - 
nothing mind boggling at all - but it sure feels good to use a tool
 that I had allowed to be a white elephant for nearly a year !  
I have been cutting words and frames since creating this card . ;) 
This is the also the first card actually
 where I went to town with the Marvy Liquid Applique . lol.


This card was inspired by Jennifer McGuire's Holiday Thinking Inking Class -
Love how easy this background was created. 
Smoosh Broken China heavily on a piece of white cardstock,
then pounce 3 colors of Perfect Pearls with a brush on the wet ink -
I used Gold, Pink & Blue powders.
Really easy & fun ! 


Other supplies : 
Such Sweet Tierney's snowflake chipboard button,
CC's Mitten Weather pps, 
EK Success border punch, 
Prima bling center, 
MM Glittered foam cardinal.


And another Echo Park Papers Everybody Loves Christmas card . ;) 


7 comments:

Lynette said...

My goodness Pearl...where do you find the time to make all these beautiful cards?

tania said...

Beautiful pearl. your cards always make me smile:)

Kim said...

OH I love the Jennifer Mac q inspired card just stunning

Jennifer said...

Pearl, these cards are just beautiful! The background on that one card is amazing!! Congrats on cutting shapes!!! That is exactly how I feel when I use my Cricut to cut something other than a circle!! ;) Your cards are making me feel Christmassy!!!! :)

BabyBokChoy said...

These cards are beautiful and cute!!!!

Helen Tilbury said...

Lovely Pearl! You have been a busy bee this week & I love all the liquid applique - has me thinking I have some of that stuff somewhere but I have a sinking feeling mine is bright blue lol!! (got to wonder what I was thinking when I made that purchase!)

Audrey Pettit said...

Great cards, Pearl! I especially love the cool background you created with the Perfect Pearls.