Friday, March 04, 2011

Flourishes Friday - Focus On Dimension

Mornin', all! Today's Flourishes Friday Focus is on dimension, brought to us by Christine. Be sure to see what she has to say at the Flourishes blog.

For my card, I decided to use one of my favorite sets: Life, Love and Lemons. I love this lemon topiary--I grew a Meyer Lemon in a pot once--just to say I did it, LOL! Then it got to be too much trouble to take inside for the winter, etc., so I gave it away This image always reminds me of that plant.


I stamped the image on Classic White card stock with Memento Tuxedo Black ink and colored it with Copic markers. I cut it out with a Long Classic Rectangle Nestabilities die and matted it with a layer cut from a Long Classic Scalloped Nestabilties die. Then I stamped just the pot twice more, colored the entire pot again, plus just the rim from the third copy. To create dimension, I popped each additional layer up on bits of foam adhesive. Here's a close up so you can see the dimension.



 And that's it! Here are the Copic markers I used:


Thanks so much for stopping by! Be sure to check out all of the dimension that the rest of the Flourishes team has to show you.


~Supplies~
Stamps: Live, Love and Lemons (Flourishes)
Paper: Classic White (Flourishes); Citrus Mat Stack and Solids (DCWV)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
Accessories: Long Classic Rectangle Nestabilities Long Classic Scalloped Nestabilties (Spellbinders); ribbon (craft store); Copic markers

11 comments:

  1. What a fresh colour scheme, love it!

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  2. What a pretty card. I love the yellow, blue and rust combination. Love the floral paper with the rust ribbon and the poppin' clay pot. Gorgeous card.
    Beth Greco

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  3. This is beautiful.. I love the contrast between your paper and your ribbon.. Great job.

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  4. Lovely Bar! So fresh and pretty! I was thinking about a lemon tree myself, but then I thought, where in the world am I gonna keep that in the winter?!

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  5. What a fantastic fresh card Barbara...the colors are so spring!

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  6. Oh fresh and clean feeling, great idea with the pot popped up.

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  7. Great colors -- so fresh... and then that russet ribbon - wow! Fabulous card, Bar!

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  8. beautiful coloring and I love the rust ribbon.

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  9. Umm...hello gorgeous coloring! Oh, and you worked that turquoise like a pro! I struggle with that color, but your patterned paper and the way you highlighted it is perfect!

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  10. SOOOO pretty! That's one of the new sets I got a few weeks ago, and now you make me want to get it inky ASAP!

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