This was the first set I had on my Mini Catalogue wishlist. I have always loves vintage style stamps….especially clock faces…..and this set was one that I had to have in my collection!
The card above is a CASE of a card created by Ilina Crouse. I really love the idea of stamping the wheels and cogs in Chocolate Chip (stamped off once) on Very Vanilla before stamping the clock over the top in full-strength Chocolate Chip. There are so many techniques I want to try with this set!
This one is my, slightly more feminine take on this set. I wanted to use some more “out there” colours and this black and pink combo just came to me as I was playing one day.
This time I stamped the clock face on some Raspberry Tart Designer Series Paper (this technique is called Paper Piecing) and dressed it all up a bit with some Styled Silver Hodgepodge Hardware.
I stamped the cogs in the background and then stamped the Baroque Background in Versa Mark over the top before embossing the swirls in Black.
What do you think of my card? Leave a comment and let me know what you think of my feminine Sense of Time card before this Friday 7th August and I’ll send you a sample of a card using this new set!
Here’s a list of the products I used to create the cards above, all available through me from Stampin’ Up! –
Stamps : Sense of Time (from the new Spring Mini Catalogue p16), En Francais Background, Baroque Background.
Ink : Chocolate Chip, Creamy Caramel, Regal Rose Classic Inkpads, Versa Mark, Black Stazon Ink pad
Cardstock/Paper : Chocolate Chip, Creamy Caramel, Very Vanilla, Regal Rose, Basic Black, Raspberry Tart DSP
Accessories : Vintage Brads, Crafter’s Toolkit, 1 and 3/8 Square Punch, Curly Label Punch, Cutter Kit, Styled Silver Hodgepodge Hardware, Silver 5/16″ Jumbo Brad (from the New Spring Mini, p10), Heat Tool, Embossing Buddy, Powder Pals, Black Embossing Powder, Sponge Dauber.
HINT : If you don’t have a circle cutter, use one of Stampin’ Up!s Ribbon Spools to trace the outline of a circle and cut around. Using the 7 Sided Distressing Tool in the Cutter Kit distress the edges of the circle.
6 thoughts on “Sense of Time”
I really like your feminine version the raspberry tart and black look fantastic together – would never have used this combo myself with this set – very clever – thank you for sharing!
Hey Ness! I love the choc chip / vanilla combination of the first card. It has such a classy feel. 🙂
I’m not a big pink fan, but I love those clocks! Darn, what a shame… Looks like I need to fill out a new wishlist 😉
Ness, I love both these cards but the pink is ingenius. Well done! It would soooo suit my daughter-in-law’s birthday next month!!!!!
Yummy card, Ness! Love the antique look. This is certainly a “Ness” stamp set! Looking forward to seeing what else you create with this set. I didn’t get this one … but am soooooo tempted after seeing your cards! Hugs, Andrea xxx
Thanks for your comments girls! I just need your snail-mail address Sonia so I can send off your sample 🙂
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