Bitty Baby


This is my 2nd post of the day. Scroll down to see my card for Becky's Compose a Card Challenge #2.

PTI introduced their Make It Monday challenge series. Every Monday there will be a technique video posted by a Papertrey Team Member or Nicole, showcasing a nice balance of basics and new innovations to cater to everyone's skill levels.
Today's technique is Emboss Resist. I had never tried this so I learned something new. I CASE'd Nicole's card as well. My brain is tired after all the many wonderful challenges this week.

I used a sentiment from Bitty Baby as the background in Spring Moss for my emboss resist part of the project. I clear embossed the baby carriage, then rubbed Spring Rain ink with a paper towel as Nicole suggested over it. I matted this layer onto Spring Rain cardstock.


I used background basics: diamonds with versamark ink on Spring Moss cardstock for the bottom layer. I finished the card with Ripe Avacado ribbon.


Things I learned for next time:
A solid image will work better than a line image
Light colors are so hard to photograph.

I am dying to know what the scalloped edge is all about!! Aren't you?

~Rhonda

12 comments:

  1. YES I am!! :) I can't go to bed until I see Nichole's post at night! Imagine my withdrawls when it is the 15th!
    You did a beautiful job, great card!!

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  2. How sweet! That carriage image is so cute :)

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  3. I am too! Your card is really adorable.

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  4. Rhonda, this is fabulous! I love how you made the background paper and then the resist. WOW!

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  5. I, too, am DYING to know more about that scallop!

    You card is beautiful.

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  6. Add me to the list of people who *neeeeed* to know about that scallop! Just a little over 5 hours to go! :)

    Such a cute card, Rhonda! :)

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  7. Nice job! I am eager to see what the scallop is too!

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  8. What a great background and image for this technique!

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  9. A very nice card! I am loving this technique!

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  10. Oh this turned out so CUTE!!!! Great job Rhonda!

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  11. I love the colors you picked, sponging Spring Rain against the Spring Moss. I was thinking monochromatic all the way, so this is interesting.

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  12. bravo, tes cartes sont toutes deux splendides

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