Hi everyone and a very happy Wednesday to all!
Well it finally happened – always wondered what I would do – and I did… go absolutely crazy without the internet for the last 4 days! And on a Holiday weekend at that! As a result I am behind in emails, postings and paying my BILLS!! LOL The thing is….I’m an early riser and without the internet, I was definitely a lost ball in tall grass. Hopefully all is fixed and I can get back to normal.
I was just introduced to brand new challenge blog called “Freshly Made Sketches” they can be found by looking HERE. I hope you can find the time to make a card and join in on the fun! Here is the sketch they are providing us with this week ~
This is my entry, a card reflecting a stamp from the Fifth Avenue Floral set paired with River Rock and Well Worn DSP. I hope you like it ~
The flower was colored with my blender pen and ink pads. Besides the coloring, I wanted this flower to be slightly different than the other two, so I decided to stamp it with an additional stamp, from the Itty Bitty Backgrounds stamp set – that gave me the tiny little circles. All three flowers were stamped on Beau Chateau DSP.
The leaves were from a MS punch sponged with Old Olive and Chocolate Chip inks. With the touch of ribbon, lace and a button from my button collection, I think all turned out well.
Here’s a look inside ~
Supplies needed ~ all are SU! unless otherwise noted
- Card stock – R. Rock, Well Worn and Beau Chateau DSP, Not Quite Navy and V. Vanilla
- Tools – Eyelet border punch and MS leaf punch
- Misc. – Summer Sun, More Mustard and Early Espresso Inks, Victoria lace, Night of Navy Ribbon and flatbacks from my stash
- Stamps – Fifth Avenue Floral and Sincere Salutations
I hope you enjoyed the card as much as I did making it! Did you notice – not one piece of Whisper White? *smile*
Remember to join in on the fun at “Freshly Made Sketches”!
Okay, so tomorrow I hear they’re having a Halloween challenge on the PPA, I’m going to enter…..here’s a sneak peek!
Thank you for stopping by ~ hope to see you tomorrow!