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Sunday, February 20, 2011

Just For you-JustRite challenge 049

JustRite is hosting a Direct to Rubber Technique challenge.  For this I used the Fancy Labels set and applied my ink in a random pattern.  To do this I began by putting Memento Rich Cocoa on the edges.  I then applied Memento Cottage Ivy, Rose Bud and Grape Jelly which are colors I was trying to pick out of the paper.   Since I do not have the Memento markers I created my own using Tsukineko's Fantastix brush point sticks and the Memento ink.  Both the front and back of the DP was used and this is from Echo Park Paper. I did stamp and pop up the Just for You, using the Rose Bud and Grape Jelly on the back of the DP which was cut with my oval Spellbinder. (edit:  this was done using the rock and roll technique.)   Actually both the stamped and die cut images are popped up.   Spellbinder ovals and labels 13 were used to cut the JustRite stamp.  The Ribbon is from May Arts and accented with a brad from My Mind's Eye "Stella and Rose" decorative brads.  It is so much fun that the CHA orders are arriving at my LSS "Fond Memories".  I needed to do something today as we are having a heavy snow storm/blizzard here in Minnesota.  Hope you enjoy

7 comments:

  1. Love the multiply colors you used on the fancy labels!! Thanks for playing in the JustRite Friday Challenge!!

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  2. This is awesome! Great job on this technique!

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  3. This card is so pretty. The background and focal are gorgeous.

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  4. Simply a beautiful card! Love the colors and the coordinating brad. So pretty!

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  5. What a beautiful card, Mary Jo -- sorry about the blizzard there (again)!!! ;-( I grump about how cold our temps get every morning, until I remember that in comparison to most every other state, we're lucky! It has been much colder here than any of the last 20 winters though!

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  6. Beautiful, Mary Jo! Love the multi-colored label!

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  7. Fabulous card and wonderful job with JustRite's challenge, Mary Jo! Thanks for playing!

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