Sunday, October 4, 2009

South Asian Luck...


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Okay, I'm almost embarrassed at how many cards I've made this weekend. Here is the last of them (I swear!), Challenge #3 of Nichole Heady's world tour challenges. It was my final destination, and I headed out to India! To create this card, I used my new Lattice die and stamped all over the pretty cut-out with some gold pigment ink. I took the negatives and turned them into corner flourishes. A bit more bling by way of pearls ad brads and I'm wishing someone some South Asian Luck!
BEAN NOTES: Basic Grey Morocco and Papertrey Ink Sign Language Stamps; Stampin' Up Basic Black and Rich Razzleberry Cardstock; Kaiser Pearls; Spellbinders Lattice Shapeabilities; Big Shot; +Gold Brads (generic); Foam Dimensional Squares (generic)
HAPPY BEANS: Encore! Gold Pigment Ink

7 comments:

leenda said...

GREAT job!! You're one creative artist!

....Linda.... said...

Way to use the "negatives"! This is beautiful.......

Cards by Gina said...

Love what you did with this card! Beautiful colors and design and great job using the negative pieces. This should definitely bring good luck to the recipient!

Ann Schach said...

Gorgeous cards, Regina! Love how you explained your techniques.

Patti MacLeith said...

My favorite is using the paper piercer on the tin with those dotted stamps. What a great idea. Love your work.

Carla Bazhenow said...

Cool card, love it. Hugs,

Mary Fish said...

Oh, no . . . keep them coming don't be embarrassed. Your work is always beautiful. I love the range you do (classy, fun, modern). Hugs, Mary