Janeybell

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

hello there!

Hello There!!!! I thought I'd show you my sample for this months Card Challenge over at Challenge Heaven.

There isn't actually much stamping on this card.. one of the benefits of FABULOUS Designer Paper.. sometimes they have the EXACT image you want already printed for you... YEP.. gotta LOVE that!!!

Anyhoo.. here is my card:-


And here is the Sketch, which is again from Page Maps:-


I've used Kraft as my base.. I know BIG shock.. Right?.. hahah.. and then used some of my Sweet Pea DSP for the background as well as for the various shades of Old Olive for the rolling hills. I also used my Cheep Talk set for the little Chubby Birdie.. he's Soooo cute!!! and the sentiment. To add a little bling, I put some little Pink Rhinestones on the tree branches.

Thanks so much for stopping by.

Sarah
xx

Here's what I used:-

Stamps:- Cheep Talk
Card:- Kraft, Sweet Pea DSP (retired)
Ink:- Choc Chip, Pretty in Pink
Accessories:- Pink Rhinestones, Dimensionals, Dazzling Diamonds, 2-way glue pen

9 Comments:

Paula said...

Love that you have used your DSP this way. I never think to use it at all! Lovely take on a great sketch!

Karen said...

ohhhhhhhh that paper is bewdiful!! The whole card came together perfectly for that sketch! GO YOU!!

Karen
x

Fiona Harrison said...

That is just adorable. great use of the Sweet Pea DSP. I've been using it & Razzleberry Lemonade, contraband all the way!!
Have a great day,
Luv Fi x

Patrice said...

I LOVE this card. Super cute little birdie too :o)

Robyn said...

It's just fabulous !

Tania M. Gould said...

This is amazing!!! I love it!!!!!!

Adlewiess said...

So is that gorgeous tree just hand cut out or am I missing something!?!?! It look amazing!!! I LOVE this card - gorgeous as always...so nice and serene looking, and yes, GREAT use of DSP! You are just the cleverest!!! xxx

Anthonette said...

That is SO cute! That paper is perfect.

Partridge in a Pear Tree said...

You are so talented! Gorgeous card...I love the layering of the DSP for the rolling hills, it loos so effective.

Paula