Sep 24 2011

CCMC-HOL1 Pick Your Poison Accents

I still have LOTS of these Pick your Poison Quick Accents left over, even after I used a BUNCH of them on my Create with Connie and Mary Holiday Edition project that subscribers got to see!  So, when I saw Week 1's Sketch Challenge Card, I knew I had one that would fit it perfectly!



And here is my card using the sketch!



I started with a base of Pumpkin Pie cardstock.  I layered on a panel of Basic Black down the center.  On top of it, I added some Quick Accent Strips from the Pick Your Poison package in varying widths.  I cut the scallop square with the Scallop Squares Duo #2 die and embossed it with the Fancy Fan Letterpress Plate inked with Pumpkin Pie Classic Ink.  Inside is a layer of Basic Black and then the Pick Your Poison accent in the center.  I decided to punch out the words with the 1 1/4" Circle and layer it on top of a 1 3/8" Pumpkin Pie circle that is popped up with Stampin' Dimensionals.  As luck would have it, I had ONE spider left from the Quick Strip, so I cut it out and placed it by the word, Elixir.  There is a Rhinestone Jewel on his body.


I used the Crop a Dile to punch a hole in the frame and wrapped the Black Taffeta Ribbon around to tie a bow.  I think this turned out pretty cool looking!  I love those labels in the Quick Accents package!


We have several designers who are sharing their creative cards with this Sketch Challenge over on Create with Connie and Mary …check them out!  If you are a subscriber, play along…you may win one of two $75 merchandise gift certificates OR one of two FREE subscriptions to the Occasions Edition 2012 of Create with Connie and Mary!  It's worth playing along!  And, if you haven't subscribed yet, it is not too late!  We are just finishing up Week 1, and you can see all the projects and tutorials we've posted so far.  We keep the site up a year after the edition is over so you can refer back to the projects as needed 24/7!  Join NOW to get the Holiday Edition at Create with Connie and Mary!  Next week we focus our projects on Fall and Thanksgiving!


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