Wednesday, February 12, 2014

MFP Blog Hop Day 4 - Medallion



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 Featured Feb. 9
Foo Dogs

Featured Feb. 10
Birds of the Orient

 Featured Feb. 11
Birdcages

Featured Feb. 12
Medallion

Featured Feb. 13
Fairies

Featured Feb. 14
Lucky Duck

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Several years ago I attended a class in which we learned how to "cut and stack" medallion images.  Today's set reminded me of that class, so I thought I would give it another try.  Three of the layers of the medallion were stamped on silver cardstock and layered with the blue and/or yellow pieces.



Here's a view from the side so that you can see the layers stacked on top of one another.


I've decided to play with my new Sizzix Flip-Its Framelits die sets this week. What I like about these die sets is that, in addition to the basic card outline, there are about eight to ten different dies included so it's really easy to mat them.  Here is the card I made using the Circle Flip-Its and just the center of the medallion.  I added some dew drops for a little texture.



The papers I used are from a DCWV Glitter stack that I bought several years ago and the cover is gone, so I can't even tell you what the name of the paper pad is.  All of the sheets have glitter on them.  Here's the card open to the inside.



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Card #1
Stamps:  Mark's Finest Papers - Medallion
Paper:  Mark's Finest Papers - Aged Berry, Snow Storm Smooth, Morning Sun; The Paper Company Silver
Ink:  Memento Tuxedo Black
Accessories:  Gem stones, Pearls, Foam pop dots

Card #2
Stamps:  Mark's Finest Papers  Medallion
Paper:  Mark's Finest Papers - Hurricane Gray, Snow Storm Smooth; DCWV Glitter stack
Ink:  Versamark
Accessories:  Sizzix Flip-Its Framelits die (Circles), Detail Silver embossing powder, Raindrop dew drops, Ribbon, Glitter dots

20 comments:

Vickie Y said...

Your layered medallion is beautiful; both cards are gorgeous!

Anne said...

Great cards but I particularly like the first card! TFS!

Janine said...

Very nice cards Lois. I remember doing a class like that and also stamping on acetate and glittering the back - so messy!

Carla said...

Oohh...your 1st card looks very elegant Lois.
Both cards are wonderfull.

terrie said...

Oh la la both of your card turned out so nice...well done by using the new medallion stamp image.

loulou said...

Gorgeous cards. I love all the sparkly elements.

Stampsnob said...

I would wear that as a pin on my jacket Beautiful job........Lis

stamping sue said...

Lois you have outdid yourself. I did a lot of those "cut and stack" cards years ago with a local stamp comany (out of business) Outlines. I'm surprised I didn't think of doing this technique guess I had tunnel vision with shakers. thanks for sharing.
stamping sue
http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

Jane said...

Lois both are just gorgeous! Love how you stacked the layers.

wannabcre8tive said...

Lois, your cards are gorgeous. I especially like the first one, it is so elegant looking.

scrappymo! said...

Wow! That is a cool technique!
Lovely layers to this pretty card.

Georgei said...

Wow that a beautiful card and very nice stamp set

Raewyn said...

Great layers and the swing card is really cute

(AJ) ArtJypsy said...

I am really loving your first card. The way the images pops is just fantastic. Your second is just a neat with the unique fold.

Pat said...

Wonderful ideA to layer it.

MariLynn said...

Love how your layered medallion looks.

Sue D said...

Lovely cards. I really like the dimension on the stacked medallion.

Carolyn said...

The way you layered and embellished the medallion is stunning.

Jan Castle said...

Nice job on your medallion projects!
Jan

Scrappin' Diva said...

This is a beautiful card! Love all the layering!