Tuesday, July 3, 2012

SOS58 - Cherries anyone?

Happy Tuesday, and welcome to the next Shopping Our Stash challenge: Triple Threat.  We ask you to use at least three items from the following list on your card: ribbon, flowers, lace, pearls, glimmer mists, punched elements or die cut elements, rhinestones, doilies (stamped will work, too), dry embossing or scoring -OR- use three of one type of embellishment. 

 I was experimenting with bleach on dark CS this week and this is one of the results.
After I bleached the image I kind of liked how it looked so I didn't want to color it all in - so I just added a bit of red on the cherries.  Papers are really oldie, but goodie - from the first SU paper pack I ever purchased :)

From our challenge menu I used die cuts, ribbon, flowers and rhinestones.

Flourishes - Timeless Tuesday - summer theme (what's better in summer than fresh fruit straight from the tree?)
Wags 'n Whiskers - Kraft
Totally Stampalicious - ribbons & bow


jimlynn said...

Great technique and so pretty! Love the look it gave those cherries on here.

Leanne said...

Thanks for playing our Ribbons & Bow challenge at Totally Stampalicious, great job!

Leanne DT TS!

ahlers5 said...

Very pretty. I like the unusual color combo. Thanks so much for playing along with us at Totally Stampalicious this week.

Allison Cope said...

Very cool technique Alica! Great summery image. Thanks for playing along with us at Flourishes for Timeless Tuesday this week.

Amanda said...

What could be more summery then cherries! a Good stamp choice :) I have never tried the beach technique and after seeing your card, I may need to give it a try! Your card is unique and so pretty! :)

Thank you for joining us in Flourishes Timeless Tuesday!!
~ Amanda :)

lauren bergold said...

i love everything about this, but i especially love that totally cool bleaching technique... i would NEVER have thought of that but now you have me longing to try it just to see if i could do THIS!!! ♥♥♥

Sue said...

Gorgeous card, love the image and the colours you have used


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