Sunday, November 15, 2015

IBSIC 100

Happy Sunday!


Welcome to my Inspired by Stamping post. Today is our group post featuring IBSIC 100!

On the 15th of each month, a new IBSIC is posted. You may follow the Color, Sketch, and/or Theme. As we are celebrating the 100th IBSIC, there will be four randomly chosen participants who will each receive a $20 GC to the Inspired by Stamping Store!

We also have four choices of Color, Sketch, and Theme inspirations for you this month.

Here are the inspirations for IBSIC 100:




My inspiration came from the last sketch and the nature theme:


I wanted a 'rustic-looking' card so I started by doing the weathered or faux woodgrain technique. I have a pictorial for creating this technique here and another sample of it in blue here. I used the Autumn Blessings stamp set for all the stamped images and the coordinating cut file for the wreath and leaves.

Here is the inside:


This sentiment is also from the Autumn Blessings stamp set.   

The link to enter IBSIC 100 is open until 10:00 AM ET on December 13 (11:59 PM Brisbane time on December 14). Inspired by Stamping products are not required to enter, but if you do use them your entry will be counted twice! I look forward to see what inspires you.

Please visit the Inspired by Stamping Blog to see the full list of designers featuring IBSIC 100 cards today.

Thanks for stopping by!









8 comments:

S. Thomas said...

Beautiful card for Thanksgiving, Lisa, love the wreath!

Lisa said...

Oh wow, this is stunning, Lisa!! The faux wood background looks amazing!! The wreath is so beautiful!! What a gorgeous card!! Have a great day :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

Vicki Dutcher said...

Fabulous background -- love the faux wood

Deepti said...

The BG is mind blowing :)

Leah said...

So pretty Lisa! That wreath is one of my favorites!

Regina said...

hallo, liebe Lisa
das ist wirklich eine rustikale Karte! Der Hintergrund sieht großartig aus!

liebe Grüße
Regina

Mynn Kitchen said...

Lisa, your faux wood is AMAZING! It looks incredibly REAL! I love the images you added to it, as well! HUGS! :) Mynn xx

Jo Herbert said...

Lisa This technique is such a fabulous technique. I love your back linking to to your previous tutorials giving us other examples of your work and this technique. Love your cards and designs. Hugs Jo