Thursday, August 29, 2013

CCEE1335 Cracked Glass on a Vintage Card


For Vicky's last challenge, this time she chose for us to make a vintage card, using the Cracked Glass technique.

As she said, we haven't done this in ages, so it was fun to revisit!!  My card uses a cream parchment bg, sepia ink, scads of layers of Versamark and clear embossing powder, and some lace and ribbons.

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6 comments:

  1. This is just lovely, Anne. The monochromatic look is certainly vintage and that bow is fantatic with the pearl at the center!

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  2. Outstanding, Anne...it turned out beautiful!!!!

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  3. This looks great, Anne! As always your ribbon treatment is wonderful.
    I saw on a comment you left that you were using regular EP instead of UTEE. For sure using UTEE makes a BIG difference as to how well this comes out - and so does the freezing! I always used to be lazy and skip that step, LOL, till I realised it really did make a difference.

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  4. so lovely and classy......FYI...I used Utee and still had trouble....I think our humidity was the problem.....

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  5. Oh, nice Anne! I love the cracked glass technique - haven't used it for so long - this is so pretty with the lovely ribbon! and I got your lovely b'day card today - thanks so much dear friend!

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