The backgrounds for the first and second cards are Split Coast Stampers Frosted Filter technique. Coffee filters are Meijer 8 -12 cup Basket Style. Stampin' Up dye reinkers Crushed Curry, Melon Mambo, and Bashful Blue were used to color the filters. Card stock is Stampin' Up Crushed Curry, Whisper White, and Old Olive for card one and Hollo's Papercraft brown card stock for card two. Ribbon for card one is Stampin' Up Whisper White 5/8 th inch Organza. Stamp sets are Stampin' Up Asian Artistry and Kind and Caring Thoughts. Card one is stamped with Versafine Onyx Black, Encore Ultimate Metallic Gold, gold Stampin' Up embossing powder added, and colored with water brush and Melon Mambo, Old Olive, and Bermuda Bay classic ink pads. Card two is stamped with Melon Mambo and Old Olive Stampin' Write Markers and edges sponged with Crushed Curry. Corners on card two are punched with EK Success Corner Adorner Interlaced.
Card three is Black Magic with a Twist technique CASED from Lynn Larson. Card stock is Stampin' Up and Hollo's Papercraft; Stamp set is Stampin' Up Kind and Caring Thoughts; ink is Stampin' Up Whisper White Craft Ink; image is colored with Prismacolor watercolor pencils; outlined with Ranger Inkssentials White Opaque pen; and scalloped edge is punched with Stampin' Up Eyelet Border Punch. The black layer is embossed with Cuttlebug Swiss Dots embossing folder and corners are punched with EK Success Corner Adorner Interlaced.
Card four is Technique Junkies Depth of Field from the June/July newsletter. Card stock is Stampin' Up and Hollo's Papercraft; stamp set is Stampin' Up Kind and Caring Thoughts; inks are Stampin' Up Real Red and Only Orange, Versafine Smokey Gray and Ranger Archival Inks Jet Black; corners are punched with EK Success Corner Adorner Love X 3; ribbon is Offray black 3/16 inch Spool of Ribbon; Cricut cartridge Accent Essentials was used to cut layer 3; layer 4 was cut with Stampin' Up Scallop Oval Punch; and layer 3 is adhered with Stampin Dimensionals.
Hope you've enjoyed viewing the cards as much as I enjoyed making them.