April 26, 2019

Card 9 Guess the Designer Fancy peacock card

Vicky here, and I am here to tell you about our Designer Contest! 

Here is the information on playing along with
the designers!
I know the designers are also having fun to see if you will be
able to figure out their cards.

 The Designer's Game will be fun, all you have to do is send an email to Vicky@rubberartstamps.com stating the date or post name and designer's name you think designed the card. 
One guess per card. You can send an email on each card, or wait until the end of the month and send all of your guesses in 1 email.

Designer writes:

Hello Crackerbox & Suzy fans -
Have you been enjoying the designer game this month?  I'm very curious to find out how many of you figure out correctly matched cards to designers.  The peacock feather is one of my all time favorites.  I stamped the background one "row" at a time starting at the bottom of the dark grey cardstock with Versamark ink.

Next I added silver embossing powder on the first row and heat set.  I stamped an additional row above it to continue the arc pattern.  When I added embossing powder it overlapped the previous row a bit, so I brushed off the powder so that only the "new row" would be embossed.

The colorful feathers in the front were stamped in four different CP inks, then I added some sparkle to each one with clear Stickles.  It enhances the ink color without adding more color on top of it.  I then fussy cut out the feathers, assembled them in the configuration shown and glued them together (kind of like a bouquet).

To add some fun texture, I added some light aqua eyelash yarn behind the feather bouquet using a 1" glue dot to hold in place.  Next I die cut a sentiment banner from aqua cardstock, then stamped and embossed the sentiment with silver embossing powder.  I trimmed the gray panel, glued on top of an aqua cardstock panel (4.25" x 5.5") as a layer, then added the feather bouquet and finally the sentiment.

Finally I glued the entire card panel to a white A2 sized card base.

Hope you enjoyed reading about the way I made this.  Below is the list of products used that you can buy from the C&S store.

Feather Peacock
You Make Me Smile
Catherine Pooler colors:  Aquatinia, Seafoam, Grass Skirt and Fiesta Blue
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