New to me anyway...it's the Sweet Sunday Sketch Challenge over at the Sweetest Thing Blog. This is for Sketch #15.
I am thinking it's not the MOST masculine card I have seen, but 7:30AM? I think I was doing pretty good. LOL
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I am thinking it's pretty self-explanatory. Oval made with Nestabilities and the border done with Fiskars Threading Water punch. I think the rhinestones are Kaiser Craft, but don't quote me.
I am thinking it's not bad for getting it inky the first time. Thanks for stopping by!
As always, thanks for stopping by! Might be back later...
I am not 100% sure I love this card. There's no sentiment, but I am not sure it needs one. I figured when I am ready to use it - I will add one.
***ETA - The butterfly is from a company called Twiddleybitz! They are out of Australia. I got them in a jar swap from a friend of mine. She is one of the DT Coordinators and sells them herself. If you head on over to Sherry's blog - she will be happy to help you if you leave her a comment or email her about them. Just tell her I sent you! :)
So anyway, that's my Etsy for the week. And hopefully I will create more for you tomorrow. Thanks for stopping by!
So I hope you like it as much as I do. I will be sure to go back to the ABC Challenge next week to see what's up for L. Any guesses??
I must say I really like that daisy paper and the color combo worked well. I thought it ended up pretty cheery for someone who might be "feeling under the weather".
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That's it - count them up! It's 6!! (Yes Dalis - that's more than a triple dip!)
Below is a detail shot on the flowers.
So thanks for stopping by. I might do a couple more of these challenges with other entries, but...I am liking that I could fit six challenges into one entry.
So - here's the deal.
And that's all of this card! A lot of work for one little card to do, huh? Stop back soon...there's still more challenges out there, so I am sure I will have more cards and layouts too!
The details are simple enough....the base is by DCWV, Happy Birthday is a QuicKutz die from CropStop.com, a piece of twill ribbon from the stash and that beautiful flower! Don't forget the piece of cardboard from my shipping box! Thanks for stopping by again today....be sure to come back, I am hoping to have some creations this week using the digital papers from Funky Fairys Papercrafts!
Anyway- the challenge over there is to make a card using acetate (and Twiddleybitz if you have some). Luckily, I happen to have these butterflies that were sent to me by somebody special (Hi Sherry!!)
So here's my card, and I was impressed that my photography skills were good enough so that you can actually see the acetate!
Now there was also a challenge over at the Corrosive Challenge Blog to make a card using the Sentiment as your focal image - you can stamp a background, but no stamped images. Now, I am not 100% sure this qualifies, but here's my entry anyway.
Over at Colour Create, the challenge is black, white and pink - a combination which I obviously love!! I think is a beautiful combo so I had no problem working with these colors - and I do LOVE the way it came out.
Last but certainly not least, Danni's Flutterby Challenge was to use a butterfly and die cuts! The "flourishes" are Spellbinder dies. I am not 100% sure of the name of the set, but I did purchase it at CropStop.com. Also, the main panels are cut from Nestibilites Curved Rectangles.
As always, thanks for visiting! Hope to see you back again soon.