Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Wow....two posts for today!! :-)



I just LOVE how this card turned out!! I made this card for the Try a New Technique Challenge over at Splitcoast!! It is a flap fold card. These challenges are sooo addicting!! LOL I was up until 12:30 am finishing this card! Can you believe it?? Actually, the only reason it was so late was because of my picture taking skills (or lack of :-)) and then downloading it, putting my watermark, etc. Anyway, once I got started I just couldn't stop until it was finished!! As you can see I have once again used the Afternoon Tea Designer Paper!! I promise I can't help myself! LOL It seems I am always reaching for this paper! I promise I have another card using the Summer Picnic paper and Tart and Tangy set, I just didn't get the chance to post it yesterday! If you have any questions just let me know!! Have a great day!!!
Blessings
Vickie
Recipe:
Stamps: Live Your Dream, All Holidays
Cardstock: Soft Sky, Confetti White, Afternoon Tea Designer Paper
Ink: Blue Bayou, Wild Wasabi, Chocolate Chip
Accessories: A bunch of punches! LOL Scalloped Circle, 1 3/8" circle, large oval, small oval, Blue Bayou Stitched Ribbon, Paper Piercer

9 comments:

Tess said...

Hi Vickie

I love this card. It is so pretty. I know what you mean about the Afternoon Tea Paper. I think it is my favorite also.

Tess

Flossie's Follies said...

This card is so soft and elegant, lovely, can see why you keep reaching for that paper.

Aimee said...

What a great card...

laura Brown said...

This is a great card! I love the design. And I love the DS paper, too!

kraftykathy1 said...

lovely card, will have to try this card- thanks for the inspiration. I agree on afternoon tea paper- new fav!

newenglandstamper said...

Love the soft colors you used for the card - I might have to get some of that paper! Great job.

Carrie Gaskin said...

This is beautiful, Vickie. Very inspiring.

Robin said...

beautiful projects!

Jana Emmert said...

This is just gorgeous! I've been resisting this set and paper, but you are not helping!