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Featured Stamper: Iwona Palamountain

January 4th, 2012 · 4 Comments

Featured Stamper: Iwona Palamountain

I missed Chupa‘s day in the spotlight when she was chosen as SCS’s Featured Stamper on Christmas Day, so I’m playing catch-up. The gorgeous For You card I found in her gallery features the out-of-the-box technique (which I am still struggling with, but practice should make perfect someday).

I found a similar floral image in Gina K.’s Friends Are Forever stamp set, but colored my flowers yellow to match the designer paper I used. Since I turned my version into a 5-1/4″ square card, the layout was changed up a bit as well. Although I was very close to pulling out the sewing machine for this card, I ended up just piercing the paper along the edges. Maybe next time…

Thanks for stopping by!

Stamps: Friends Are Forever, Spring Florals (Gina K. Designs)
Paper: Pure Luxury White, Black Onyx, Moonlit Fog (Gina K. Designs); So Saffron, Le Jardin Designer Series Paper (SU!)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black (Tsukineko); Going Gray (SU!)
Accessories: Big Shot, 1/2″ Chantilly Crochet Trim, Mat Pack, Paper-Piercing Tool, Stamp-A-Ma-Jig, Sponge Dauber, Stampin’ Dimensionals (SU!); Fleur de Lis Motifs Shapeabilities, Standard Circles Large & Small Nestabilities (Spellbinders); 3mm & 5mm Pearls (Mark Richards); Copic Markers (YR21, YR23, YR24, YG91, YG93); Scor-Tape (Scor-Pal)

Tags: truly elegant

4 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Pat (mspfd) // Jan 5, 2012 at 10:18 am

    Hi Vera! Beautiful layering and image. What a lovely card.

  • 2 Jane Harrah // Jan 5, 2012 at 4:28 pm

    I think you did a beautiful job.

  • 3 dorothy // Jan 10, 2012 at 5:04 am

    Pretty as always! Glad to see you posting.

  • 4 Dawni // Feb 21, 2012 at 6:59 pm

    I love the elegance of this card design. As I’m starting out and trying to get an idea of what cards I want to try and techniques to use I find myself repeatedly coming back to what I’ve seen on your site.

    I could see using this same technique with some hand-knit lace for the edges. So many ideas to go with this.

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