Monday, August 11, 2008

Grungeboard Christmas and Nominations!

Cornish Heritage Farms has been nominated in several categories for Creating Keepsakes' 2009 Readers' Choice Awards! How cool is that! It only takes a few minutes to vote *wink*

We've also had 3 new Designers join us!! How exciting... Carole Burrage, Jennifer Roach and Joanne Allison.

This week the Chicks on the Farm are using Grungeboard. Julia talks about it here and it's on sale till the 21st!

I chose to paint my Harlequin Grungeboard using my Black and Gold Paint Dabbers. I save all the punched out pieces, using them for faux brads!

The Poinsettia was done using the 'Black Magic' technique, or 'Pencil Over Ink'...could have more names for all I know! lol
I stamped the Poinsettia in Stazon Cotton White on Prism Black cardstock, colored with Prismacolor pencils, then outlined with a Sakura white gel pen.

Be sure to see how the other girls used Grungeboard!
Julia
Kristine
Kim
Michele
Lesley

Lori
Becky

All images are Cornish Heritage Farms:

Christmas Expressions
Poinsettia
Sophisticated Swirl

Ink:
Stazon Cotton White
Ranger Aged Mahogany

Cardstock:
Prism Black, Blush Red dark

Other:
Tim Holtz Grungeboard
Ranger Paint Dabbers
Spellbinders Nestabilities
Prismacolor Pencils
Sakura white gel pen
Circle Punch (for ticket corner)
Ribbon
Dauber
Dimensionals

thanks for stopping!

4 comments :

Julia Stainton said...

Beautiful Dawn! Love that poinsettia and your hinge! COol card design!

Kristine Reynolds said...

Great use of that piece dawn! I have a whole page of those I couldn't figure out what to do with...I feel a case coming on!

shel9999 said...

I almost used that same piece of grungeboard! Love your design, Dawn!

-dlm. said...

Very pretty card, Dawn! I love what you did with the poinsettia...