Friday, October 12, 2012

Color Soot for Greeting Cards with French Foliage

 Hello Friends
   Wow it's late..... Well I get my post ready the night before so it's ready to post early in the morning and today I almost forgot to get my post ready I was having to much fun creating new cards and project using the Ornament Keepsake Framelits I took some quick picture and posted on face book last night you can view HERE or I will post them on my blog next week. I'm so excited to have cards using the Ornament Framelits that is not Christmas I only post 2 on facebook but have so many more in my head that if you hear a buzz it's the noise coming out of my head HA Lynne was here last night editing my PDF file for class in the mail and the more we talk the more ideas we got to do with the ornament kit :) I'm so excited that I bet I will create the night away and go to work on little sleep tomorrow no soon I'm done this post I will hit the pillow and create more this weekend.  
Okay about the cards that I'm sharing today. It's part 2 of the Soot if you miss part one CLICK HERE to view. Today it's color background before the soot. On both card I sponge So Saffron, Certainly Celery and Cajun Craze the I use the candle for the soot. The stamp set that I use is French Foliage. (can you tell how much I love that set)  For the soot you need glossy card stock #102599. Top card card stock are Cajun Craze, Basic Black and Certainly Celery. Bottom one Old Olive, Cajun Craze and so Saffron.  Well My friends this is it for now and again if you don't have the video in this post on your e-mail visit my blog at www.frenchiestamps.com to view. Have a great Friday and till tomorrow Happy Stampin.






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France Martin
France Martin

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4 comments:

  1. France
    Great cards and great tutorial. Thanks.
    Myrna

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  2. Thanks for the tutorial on this technique. I'm definately going to try this one. Love it!

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  3. What a cool technique thanks for sharing the tutorial. Thank you so much for joining us this week at CASology!

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  4. That is a cool technique with stunning results! Thanks so much for playing along with CASology this week!

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