Well I am trying to write this post very late at night as having to make this card kind of snuck up on me...I always hate trying to make a card, photograph it, and post it in the same night. Always makes for a very late night. So since it is late, not much chatter for you. I do still have a couple of posts coming that I hope will be of interest. But until then, let's get to this Blog Hop!
You should be arriving to my blog from the wonderful Michelle...if you didn't start at the beginning, then make sure you head to the PMS Blog so you don't miss a single piece of inspiration and collect your letters for 15% off the entire release!
I used one of the new silhouettes: Emma Silhouette for my card. I went for the "Joseph Dreamcoat Technique"...at least that is what I think it is called. Anyway, I scribbled markers on a piece of Iridescent Cryogen White cardstock from Paper Temptress. Then I stamped and clear embossed my silhouette over top of my scribbles. Then I brayered black over top a bunch of times and finally wiped any ink that was on the embossed image. Kind of fun! I love how the sparkle from the Cryogen White cardstock still shines through embossing and brayering. The layout is from the Mojo Monday Sketch Challenge #198 and the color combo is from the SCS Color Challenge #330.
Well I am the last stop on the Blog Hop, but before you go, here is my letter:
Don't forget to join us at the Release Party on the PMS Forum, 9 - 11 pm. Dawn has been cooking up some Release Party challenges (called Paper Makeover Challenges) to make it even more fun! Thanks for checking out my kind of engineering!
The Engineering Details
Stamps - Emma Silhouette, Danced in the Rain Sentiment (Paper Makeup Stamps); Paper - Rich Razzelberry, Melon Mambo, Tangerine Tango, Basic Black (SU!), Iridescent Cryogen White (Paper Temptress); Ink - Rich Razzelberry, Melon Mambo, Tangerine Tango (SU!), Versamark (Tsukineko), Momento Tuxedo Black (Tsukineko); Accessories - Velvet Black Ric-Rac (unknown), Labels 16 Nestabilities (Spellbinders), clear embossing powder (SU!), dimensionals, heat gun