Sunday, May 6, 2012

Guest Designing for Imaginations!

Today I created a card for Imaginations Store as a Guest Design Team member. I have some really pretty DCWV papers with floral patterns from the store at hand right now which I love. So I created a simple card using the sketch at Skipping Stone Designs#126 and the colors from the Unity Monthly Challenge - green, pink  & off-white.



Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!;  stamps: Ippity(Fall for you); inks:Jenni Bowlin (brown sugar), Distress Inks(walnut stain); Pattern Papers: DCWV (Imaginations Store); embellishments: Spring Doilies(Shabby Chic Tags & More), Pink Gems; tools: 1" circle punch, fiskars scallop edge punch

Nothing really to explain about the card. I just layered some pretty papers together, stamped and colored in the image and added the embellishments :)

Hope you like it! Thanks for visiting!

13 comments:

  1. Lovely layering and gorgeous papers.I love the bling used.it makes this lovey dovey card magical.

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  2. Very pretty and the colors are perfect for this time of year...so vibrant!

    Georgiana
    Carson's Creations

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  3. BEAUTIFUL CARD.... pp IS TOO GOOD..

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  4. Gr8 selection of colors.. so summery...

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  5. Such unique colour combination. Lovely card.

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  6. This is fabulous! Such wonderful bursts of color! Thank you for playing along with us over at SSD!

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  7. This is beautiful! Thanks for playing along with us at Skipping Stones! :)

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  8. Oh what a sweet card, and lovely stamping! Thanks for joining us at Skipping Stones Design!

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  9. awww! Those birds are too cute! Thanks for joining us at Skipping Stones Design Sketch Challenge!

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  10. Aww! So cute and sweet! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Skipping Stones Design! :)

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  11. U know..everytime I look at the picture the effect of the scalloped border is such that I feel you have actually created the look by making the scallops on the cardstock than adhering strips of scalloped patterned paper. Its like an illusion and that is something very very hard to achieve. Could you get what I mean ? I just love those creations where you can never really decipher how it was made, what was stuck before what, what was cut and how was it pasted to give a certain effect ... :D ( I still have failed to explain what i mean, I guess)

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