Monday, November 23, 2015

Park Walk - Two Cards

I am show casing a new stamp from the Technique Junkie Stamps November Release.  It is called Park Walk     . Today I will be showing two VERY similar cards using this stamp and the stamp Pont Alexandre III

The first card also uses Celebrate in Style     . 
I used Art Anthology Colorartions sprays  and you can find them on this web page -  .
  I sprayed the bottom of both the background stamp of Pont Alexandre III and the smaller focal image of Park Walk. I used the Art Anthology gel medium in a yellow tone to paint in the street lamps.  I used the Coloration spray to give a "glow" on the focal image.  I sponged navy blue ink on the background image, green ink on the trees, and navy ink at the edge of the sky of the focal image. I added some glimmer sprays to both parts of this card to add some glimmering stars in the night sky.
The verse at the top of the card was heat embossed in detail gold powder.   I added a ruffled ribbon at the bottom of the smaller focal image. 

The next card is "almost the same."  The Pont Alexandre II stamp was inked up with Versafine Black ink, and then I used detail black embossing powder and heat embossed it.  I used a verse from  Mae West Sentiments -  and heat embossed it in detail gold powder.    
Al of the other elements are the same. 
I am wondering which card do you like the best?  Since they are so similar it is difficult for me to tell. Have a wonderful day!


April Puzzuoli said...

Judy, both cards are amazing. I've loved everything I've seen using this stamp. Can't pick between the two.

Thanks for the inspiration

KathyR said...

Wow, they are amazing!

Hetty said...

Gread cards,Judy.

Aimeslee said...

Love the cards, Judy! xoxo

Beth Norman said...

Oh Judy, how creative you got. I love what you did with the two images. Fantastic work!

Shelly Schmidt said...

Just beautiful!!!

Anonymous said...

Very neat cards. I think I like the first one a little better since it is a little brighter. Thanks for sharing!

Diana Enns said...

Beautiful work, as usual. You really do some stunning cards.