Wednesday, November 7, 2012

CCEE1245 - Partial Embossing

 
The CCEE  Stampers were given a challenge this week to use only a portion of an embossing folder.  I decided to use the embossed area as one of the 'panels' of my card.  After doing the partial embossing, I added scoring to define its edges.  I then added some piercing to further define the base 'panel'.  I stamped my fav Thomas Kincade winter image from CHF, leaving it just black and white and 'sketch'like.  I then added my SU sentiment and some bling.  Really turned out to be a CAS card with some drama, I think.  This was a fabulous challenge, Vicky.....doing a great job as our hostess this month.
 
Now be sure to check out the partial embossing ideas at the CCEE Stampers Blog.

13 comments:

StampOwl said...

Love the white & black Joanne

Vicky Gould said...

Wow, I, too, am lovin' the black and white. Very classy, Joanne!

Benzi said...

Fabulous, Joanne. I love that awesome scene and certainly no coloring needed on it. Beautiful!!

Lois said...

Uncolored is the only way I can use those TK images. It looks beautiful on your card. And I like the way you made the partial embossing one of your panels.

jdmommy - Anne Harmon said...

OKAY.....where's the RED????

BEautiful in black and white. Love the piercing of course! Hugs.

Charlene Merrick (LilLuvsStampin) said...

So striking in the black and white!! I like how you added the scoring and piercing, too. Absolutely beautiful, JoJo!

Sabrina said...

Adding the scoring is wonderful - it makes it look so finished. The monochromatic look is lovely too - very peaceful feeling.

Cindy Haffner said...

PRETTY PRETTY PRETTY!!~

Kathy Bradley said...

Jo,
What a lovely and elegant image! I really like how your card turned out with just the black/white image!!

wannabcre8tive said...

So pretty, I Love this black and white card. I really like the image, too.

Bonnie aka raduse said...

I love this TK card!!! Looks great with the partial embossed background too.

Kristine Reynolds said...

Terrific Card! Thanks for joining us for the CHF Challenge. I hope you'll join us again for this weeks Tree challenge!

Bonnie aka raduse said...

Congrats on winning the CHF challenge this week!