Monday, April 19, 2010
My take on the Tuesday Trigger- a beautiful glass vase of roses is this!
I actually started out with a square card and a stamp with more roses in a vase, but that card is not going to make it for Tuesday :o(
I will have to share it with you later. This card was finished and it does have roses on it in various shades of pink~ kinda close?
Monday, April 5, 2010
This is my second card inspired by last week's Easter Eggs Trigger. I am also entering this card in Verve Stamps ~ Fun with Flowers challenge.
Along with Verve's Project Parades, they have prizes! There are two ways to win:
1. Link up your new creation to Mr. Linky widget before Midnight on April 8th and one lucky stamper will win a $25.00 gift certificate to the Verve Store.2. If you leave the Diva's a comment you may be lucky enough to be picked and win your choice of any Verve stamp set!
My Card~ Click on the photo for more detail and thank you so much for stopping by!
Cardstock: white base card is an eyelet border punched
note card from Martha Stewart; green polka dot mat is from 'Scrapbooking and Paper Crafting Supplies'; Raspberry pink is from DCWV
Stamps: Hybiscus flower from 'Always Tat' from Inque Boutique
Tools: Floral Fantasy embossing folder from Cuttlebug; 3" Oval punch from Marvy; two Classic Butterfly punches from Martha Stewart with pearl antenna glued in between
Happy Monday everyone! Hope you all enjoyed your Easter. It was certainly a week to reflect and Thank God for all His many Blessings.
I wanted to post my Moxie Fab Tuesday Trigger card before it is time for this week's~ I have all good intentions of getting these challenges posted on the day they come out, but....Yikes it is Monday already!
Last Tuesday' s inspiration of Glazed Ceramic Easter Eggs is from Alicia Thelin. How beautiful are these colors? I made an Easter card that reflects the bright colored eggs (however, I just had to sneak a few pastels in there too~just to make myself comfortable :o)
I started out stamping the bunny on white cardstock and thinking I would just leave him white with the brown outline...then decided to color him in with glitter :) Earlier, I stamped the huge 'Greenery' background stamp over the blue striped paper (it fits 4 times on a 12x12 sheet), cut is down to fit half of my card and cut a circle in it for the bunny to peek through. I stamped the colored eggs and cut each one out to hide them in the grass, which is two different colored layers.
You can click on the card for more detail, and as always, thank you for stopping by!
Cardstock: Base is Marble Pink Parchment from Xerox; white and two shades of green (grass) are from K&Company; the blue stripe if from Scrapbooking and Paper Crafting Supplies at Target; the eggs were stamped on various scraps in my stash.
Stamps: Greenery background stamp is a 'Cover.a.card' cling from Impression Obsession; Eggs from G Studio, Bunny from Michael's $1 bin
Ink: Archival Brilliance 'Pearlescent Sky Blue'; Ranger 'Coffee'
Embellishments:2 1/2" Circle punch is by Marvy; Grass border punch by Martha Stewart; White glitter by Stickles; yellow sheer ribbon from Michael's; flowers from my stash