Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Time for Another Whimsical Wednesday Challenge :)

Good Morning Blogging Friends!
It is that time again! Another Challenge over at Whimsical Wednesday.
I was so excited about this challenge---Make a Shape Card.
I seem to be stuck in making simple A2 cards and needed the push to get my act into gear and step outside of my comfort zone. So when this challenge came up I knew exactly the "shape" I wanted my card.

I found a wine bottle SVG file awhile back..probably during my search for another file and put the idea in the back of my head. (sorry not sure of the site...I will search for it and if anyone is interested leave me a comment)
It is now time to pull out the creative idea...and take what I had pictured in my head and make it work.

I have to say I really LOVE the way this turned out! I  used the SVG file and SCAL to weld the wine bottle for the base. After cutting out the base I cut  another bottle and all the layers.
I had the stamp sentiment from a Birthday bunch by Fiskars that was perfect. I made it look like a label...placed it inside another oval stamp and added some bling with my irock.

I wanted the top of the bottle to look more like a cork so I used one! I took a piece from an extra cork board and trimmed it to mimic the shape the paper would have been.
I did have a bead ring around the bottle to look like a wine charm but I took it off and I like the way it looks better without it.
The bottle is attached with foam dots for alittle more added dimention.

Size of the card is 2 1/2" x 8 1/2". Tall and skinny :) But with plenty of room to add a nice message inside.

Well I hope you like my Shape Card and want to play along with this weeks challenge. Make sure you head over to Whimsical Wednesday's blog, check out the other DT's projects and link up your project!

Thanks for stopping by. Can't wait to see your project!

14 comments:

  1. This is fan-freakin-tastic!!!! I love it! Everything flows together so well - and what a perfect sentiment for a wine bottle :)

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  2. Wow what a fun card. It really looks like a wine bottle. I love that you added to cork to the top of the bottle. Great idea to use SCAL for the card...another option if someone does not have a gypsy. You did an awesome job with the challenge. :)

    Hugs,
    Stephanie

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  3. Oh my is this wonderful. I love how all your elements tie so well together with the wine theme.
    The paper is pretty and that cork...over the top. Nice job!
    Crafty best wishes,
    Sonia

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  4. That is so cool, Jessica! Love the texture of the cork and The label looks great with the irock bling! Pretty neat paper too!

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  5. Jessica, I love the wine bottle. I also did a wine bottle for this challenge. Good minds think alike! I love the way you did the cork. That is so cleaver. The label and sentiment are absolutely perfect! Great work.
    Charlotte

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  6. Oh how awesome!! Love the wine bottle idea. The paper you cut it from is just great!! :)

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  7. This is so cool! I love how the cork turned out! Great job!

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  8. So great! I love this, the cork looks perfect!!! Awesome job! TFS, Cathryn :)

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  9. This is a super card!Great job with this challenge,Amazing work as always!Have a great day! :)

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  10. Jessica, This wine bottle is just amazing! The background paper is the bomb! I love how you used the cork for the top...clever! I love everything about it. Great job again!

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  11. What a fun card and perfect with the "aged to perfection" sentiment!!
    Fantastic!!!!

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  12. Fabulous card! I love how all your elements go so well together. Everything about this card is perfect. Tfs and have a great day. :)

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  13. Jessica~ YOu wine bottle turned out INCREDIBLE ! I LOVE the papers, the bling and the idea of the cork! VERY CLEVER! I left a comment before but blogger decided to go a littl crazy! Grea job again!
    tfs

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  14. Great card! Love the wonderful papers on this!

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