Tuesday, March 23, 2010

My upcoming class at Heather's .....Cuttlebug Resist Technique

Hi there!
These are the two cards from my upcoming class at Heather's this coming Saturday March 27th from 10-12.   They both use a fun technique called Cuttlebug Resist which is so easy and effective for making interesting backgrounds.
The card above is created using the recessed window technique and uses this gorgeous sentiment stamp from The Stamp Barn.  The flourishes are BossKut.  The cuttlebug design is the Argyle folder.
This second card uses the Moroccan screen folder with both the emboss and resist techniques.  I've used the Fleur-de-Lys pendant die cut from Spellbinders.  The card is sprayed with Tattered Angels Pearl glimmer mist to add the gorgeous sheen.  Blue gems add a nice touch of bling to the final look.

Thanks for coming by today for another visit - I so appreciate you taking the time to come by and leave your comments.  As it's raining outside I plan on sitting here a while longer with a cup of tea and catch up on some commenting!
Danielle x


stampinfrog said...

Both of the cards are gorgeous Danielle! I love the flourish and the sentiment on the first card!Fabulous pendent die,pearls and shimmer on the second card!Love the Cuttlebug resist technique it gives such an Elegant backgrounds on the cards!

Lil Daffodil said...

Hi Danielle,
These are brilliant examples of the technique. I love the swirls. Great work.
Fiona x

dolcreations said...

Danielle these are gorgeous. What a really neat technique. I love those swirls on the sides of the one card! And that sentiment is so nice...I always try to live by that!
Love the second card...very special. It is just amazing what our little cuttlebug can do! Thank-you so much for sharing this!!!!

Sue said...

Hi Danielle
two fabby cards, luv the green & black very striking hun, sue,x

KanataNewf said...

Oh these are just gorgeous Danielle. I so wish I wasn't on-call for the next three weeks - I would see if there was still space in your class!

Delphine said...

They are both gorgeous and so elegant Danielle! And I love the sentiment on the first card! Your second card is amazing and I like blue so much... Well, I think there's another technique I have to try... :-) Hugs Delphine xx

Sharon said...

Wow, this are both stunning Danielle. I especially like the blue one, it's so elegant.

kandistar said...

Wow you have been busy with such intricate projects, i am really loving the green that you used in your first prject, not a big green person myself but I love that shade, everytime I see it I smile! *Hugs* Candace

Rufus said...

These are great cards. I've got a question ~ can you tell me anything else about the flourish? You say it's from Bosskut, does it have a name or a number? Where did you get yours? Really like it, I''m a flourish nut.
Thanks for any help,

Cheryl said...

Gorgeous Danielle,love the colours and the pendant is so beautiful!!!
Hugs xx

craftieodamae said...

Both cards are gorgeous, I love the first one! Awesome job!!

Lorraine said...

Wish I was coming to your class Danielle, lovely cards to make.

Sue said...

I'm with lorraine, wish I was coming to your class! These are gorgeous.
Sue x

Nannieflash said...

Hi Danielle, what a lovely card, simple but so classy. With love and hugs Shirleyxxxx

Debbie said...

Two wonderful cards Danielle, I love the striking black/gold colour combo and the lovely sentiment on your first card...and the pretty lace effect on your second card.
Debbie x
PS: would you email me your address please Danielle so that I an send you a few stamped Sweet Pea images...the you can join in with our new challenge!

Curt in Carmel said...

I love the recessed window cards and yours is beautiful! I love this color combo and that sentiment is one of my favs. Your second card is beautiful! Love that pendant as the focal point. Really pretty! Best, Curt

Carolyn said...

Danielle, what a gorgeous set. I wish it wasn't a 4 hour drive, I'd book into this class for sure. I just love the blue card.
Hugs xx

Kim Piggott said...

Two totally gorgeous cards Danielle!
kim x

Bev said...

Two stunning cards sweetie, so elegant. Gorgeous choice of colours and design too. x

Mina said...

two stunners Danielle, I love the blue one especially its so fresh looking and has the feel of delicate lace to it
Mina xxx

Anonymous said...

Hi Danielle!! Great cards! Your works of art always make me smile!!

Sol said...

Theese two cards are beautiful! Love the colourtheeme on both! I have the same boss cut flourish.. But I cant seem to get it to cut properly! It is so beautiful but I cant seem to get it to work properly... Loved to se it in use! Have a nice Weekend! :)


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