Sunday, March 29, 2009

Fearfully and Wonderfully Made

Before I get to today's cards, check out my earlier post about an awesome challenge and blog candy giveaway that Jen Tapler is doing to raise funds for the Alzheimer's Association. Better yet, check out what Jen has to say about it!

I have a couple more projects to show that I designed with You are the Potter by Our Daily Bread Designs. For this first one, I colored the pots (with Copic markers) to coordinate with Basic Grey's gorgeous Marrakech line.



For this next one, I played around with the Cracked Glass technique to give the main panel the crackled look, and then created a raised square frame using a combination of Nestabilities and the pinking border piercabilites.



Thanks for visiting. Enjoy your day!



Fearfully and Wonderfully Made
Stamps:
You are the Potter (Our Daily Bread Designs)
Paper: SU Really Rust, Papertrey Vintage Cream, Basic Grey Marrakech
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, SU Baja Breeze, Night of Navy and Really Rust
Accessories: Copic makers, Spellbinders Mega Curved Rectangle Nestabilities and Pinking Border Piercabilities, Mark Richards bling, Fiskars lace border punch, SU ticket corner punch, ribbon unknown
Size: 5 1/2" square

Jeremiah 18:6
Stamps:
You are the Potter (Our Daily Bread Designs)
Paper: SU Chocolate Chip and Always Artichoke,
My Mind's Eye Bella Bella French Flea Market, K&Co dp for frame
Accessories: Spellbinders square Nestabilities and pinking border Piercabilities,
May Arts natural burlap woven string, Papertrey chocolate twill ribbon, hardware (Making Memories?), Prima flowers, distressing tool, sewing machine, SU linen thread and Earth Elements beads (retired), foam adhesive
Size: 5"x7"

33 comments:

  1. Amy your cards are beautiful, I love all the layers, Have a great Sunday!

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  2. Amy both of these cards are really beautiful. I love the way you did the colors on the clay pot card! It looks very Moroccan. Since I just organized my ribbon (no small feat -- why oh why do I need sooo much ribbon) I know that the ribbon on that card was from Michael's dollar bin. I have the same stuff! Can't wait to get that Marakech paper (why oh why do I have sooo much paper, I digress) out and team it up with that ribbon. I'll have to use a different main image since I haven't purchased that particular set yet!

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  3. wow! I love those cards. The pots look stunning against the Marrakesh papers and I love the depth of your next card. the frame looks stunning. Must get myself some of these great verse stamps! You are an inspiration! Thank you!
    Judy x

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  4. These are AWESOME!! Beeeeeeautiful papers and I love the cracked glass technique. Everything you do is beautiful, girl!

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  5. You are amazingly talented. Your cards are so incredible... I love to look at them. I always wonder how long it takes you to create these beautiees and what you do with them. If they were mine they'd be framed and hanging all over the house!

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  6. Amy, both are stunning!!!! Love the colors and the coloring in the top, and in the bottom one....love al the textures and cracked glass look. Beautiful!!!

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  7. I love these cards, they are so beautiful and rich in color, love the jars the best tho :), your coloring of these are just awesome, you should do a tutorial on coloring these :) :).

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  8. Gorgeous cards Amy! I really love the paper piercing work in the second card - it's absolutely stunning! And the colours have such a beautiful antique feeling to them! WOW!!
    Hugs, Danielle

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  9. Both of these are STUNNING! Love the colours, ribbon and border of the first! The second really caught me with the square panel with the cracked glaze, pinked edges and that awesome looking piercing! Love the vintage look!

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  10. ooohhh... love that basic grey paper! Beautiful cards as always!!

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  11. Amy, I love both of your cards. The colors and the coloring are just perfect. Thanks for sharing them with us.

    Joan
    MN

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  12. Amy - both cards are gorgeous!!! Love the framing and piercing on the second one - super fab details!!!

    Have a great weekend!!! Hugs ~S~

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  13. Oh my gosh Amy! They are both beautiful!
    Love the pots on your first card...the shadowing is awesome!

    Love your cracked glass on the second card and the cool paper piercing on the frame.
    Such wonderful details!

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  14. Love how great the pot colors match the paper!! The ribbon is so cool! The cracked glass card is fantastic..love those new nesties!

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  15. hi amy!
    the cards are gorgeous! coloring on the pots is fantastic and i love the frame you made!

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  16. Amy these are both so beautiful. I especially love the colors in the first one!

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  17. Wow Amy!! Love both of these!! Great layouts. I love the embellies and layout of the second and the colors with the dp and border on the first! Gorgeous!!!

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  18. Amy, I love both of your cards, but the second one esp caught my eye. I love that verse and I love the vintage feel to it!

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  19. The colors in your first card are just great!!
    I so Love the second card, you just amaze me with your talent, I love the beading on the corner, the framing with the piercing is so neat, love the cracked glass, it is all just perfect, you are such an inspiration to me..

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  20. Your work is always beautiful but I really love that cracked glass card!! WOW!

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  21. These are BOTH just gorgeous, Amy! I especially love the Piercabilites frame!!

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  22. WOW! I am complete AWE!!! The first card with the new BG papers are a perfect fit, but THEN I see the second card and am stunned! AMAZING! AMAZING! AMAZING!! The colors, the layers, the piercing, the lace...wow. You have been given a gift!!

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  23. I love the cards you make with those clay pots. i would never look at that stamp and "see" what you do with them. I am in awe of your creative genius.

    And I need to invest in piercabilities...

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  24. These are magnificent Amy! LOVE your coloring on the top card, and you have SUCH a flair for design...you are AMAZING!!!

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  25. These cards are so beautiful. Thank you for letting us know about Jen Tapler's fundraiser.

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  26. Ok-here goes: Your work is ALWAYS top notch. From the various posts Ive read on your blog, it sounds like you have MANY fans that adore your work like myself. Both of these cards are beautiful in their own ways with their special "AMY" details & signature touches.

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  27. Two very different looks with the same set. I love that about you. You can take something and completely change the way it looks. Super cracked glass. That is hard to photograph and yours looks terrific. The paper on the first one is wonderful. I have not seen that before.

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  28. Oh Amy, both of these are a mouth-watering feast for the eyes! The ribbon on the first card is absolutely perfect and the rich yet subtle colors of card number 2 are beautiful together!

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  29. So gorgeous! Love them both - but I especially love the second card - the colors, the frame, the beads - wonderful!

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  30. Both of your cards are fabulous Amy!! Love the clay card and the dp you paired with it!!

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  31. The colors in the first card are just amazing!!! Truly amazing!!!

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  32. Amy, these cards are both stunning! The colors are amazing and I love the DP on the first card! It's so perfect with your images!

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