Friday, October 11, 2013

CC102 - Tarnished Silver Christmas Card


Hi all! I was so flattered when Tim Holtz asked if he could share my Faux Tarnished Silver technique in today's Creative Chemistry class. It is such a fun technique and his demo was perfect! I didn't have time to create a new piece to share, but I remembered I had one of my CHA samples from this summer that highlights the technique beautifully. The new Ornate Frame die is definitely one of my favorites to use for this technique!

Most of the supplies I used can be found at Inspiration Emporium via the links below. Don't forget to use my coupon code - stamptramp - to save 10%! Also, the IE blog challenge, Falling for Faux, is still going strong and we'd love to have you join us!


Thanks so much for visiting today. Have a fabulous weekend - I hope you pull out those embossing powders and have some fun!

15 comments:

  1. An adorable card, Shelly!

    Love the colour combo and all the worn looking backgrounds against the silvery ornate frame!

    Hugs,
    die amelie x

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  2. Love it Shelly...this frame is divine...love the look you acheived with all the mediums;;;

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  3. Hello Shelly
    The frame looks amazing and the card beautiful, it is very Chrismassy.
    Smiles:)
    Sue

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  4. A superb card Shelly, you create the most wonderful designs and use fabulous colours and techniques. Love this.
    hugs {brenda} x0x

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  5. I was so excited when I saw Tim demo your technique in today's class. I'm going to try my hand at it tomorrow. Your card is beautiful.

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  6. Great card. I'm excited as I just received my frame die....off to my studio to create. thanks for all your inspiration.

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  7. I was going to try this the week before CC102 started, so I knew exactly what I was going to use (that made some of the thinking easy)
    Thanks for sharing your great technique! :D
    Dolly

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  8. Congrats Shelly - what a cool technique and it looks amazing on that frame. xx Michelle

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  9. Absolutely wonderful card Shelly. Thank-you for sharing your fabulous faux techniques. Nicola x

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  10. I love the tree framed! I also love the twine along the bottom of the tree. So cute! Great card!
    Hugs KElly

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  11. How did I miss this? It's great! The card would make a wonderful gift just in itself. Great color choices!

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