November 3, 2008

Sitting with Bear Sugar Nellie Card

Ok I tried another sugar nellie tonight with my new Leaf Branch Cuttlebug Embossing Folder. I am trying to be different. LOL So this time I used a peachy colored base, with matching prima flowers.

Isnt she a pretty girl, the stamp? I decided she had to be a blonde, bright blonde, since I am a brunette she had to be opposite me. I again used my Koh I noor pencils and just kept it simple. No sentiment or ribbon this time. I did use my black stickles on the center of the brad on the flower. It gives it a little bling so the card isnt too plain. Not all cards need a sentiment on the front, right?

Cardstock: Mix of Bazzill and Stampin up
Stamps: Sugar Nellie - Sitting with Bear
Ink: Palette
Accessories: Koor I Noor, Cuttlebug, Cuttlebug embossing folders, Prima flowers, Black and Cotton Candy Stickles, Pebbles Chalk and Q tips.


First I stamped my imaged, colored her in with my pencils, then use a nesties die to cut her out in a nice shape.


Next I made my cuttlebug sandwhich (YUMMY) She is sitting inside the embossing folder, Make sure you put the image up so the embossed part is raised and not sunken.


Roll!


There she is after being smooshed! :) She looks great!


Gather your supplies. Add chalk, I use a Q tip and have a eraser near by for mistakes. You can use a chalk spray after wards to keep the chalk in its place.



Finished Card - I added Cotton Candy Stickles on the outside of the nesties circle for a little pizazz.



Close Up


14 comments:

Jaspere said...

I so envy you-I don't have any Sugar Nellies or Nesties. Thanks for sharing such a cute card.

Ilina Crouse said...

wow. Wonderful card! I love how you cut with nesties and then embossed the main image. Great idea! Your coloring is wonderful as well. TFS

Angie Williams said...

Great tutorial for this!! It looks very nice!

Michelle Walpole said...

This is an interesting way to use the Cuttlebug. I never thought to put a coloured image through. Reminds me of the corregating gadget hidden somewhere in the cupboard I bought like 15 years ago!

specialcraftmom4 said...

What a pretty card! Love the flowers and that cute stamp (:

Carmen said...

Great tutorial! Love how the finished card came out!

Jane said...

Love the way you used the chalk on the embossed background. Lovely card love the image.

Jane

Tina said...

I love the idea of embossing over your image! very creative!

Kristin said...

this is a wonderful idea. very creative!!

Maria said...

ooh...i have not thought about embossing after stamping. neat idea and very pretty technique.

Marnie said...

Love the embossing over the image! Very clever!

Dianne said...

The embossing is just amazing...what a great effect!

spikescreativeside said...

What a great idea! Great tutorial too! TFS!

hugs & smiles

~Spike

Michelle Ramlochan said...

I really like this...I am going to try this out for sure!