Sunday, July 11, 2010

Pot and Kettle in the Corners

Sister Gail thought about initiating a Ribbon Intervention after seeing my previous post with pictures of the bulk of my ribbon stash. That is until she paused long enough to review her quilting fabric stash... Glad the pot stopped to reflect before talking to the kettle!

I should have waited and posted all these together but I didn't plan on still being in the Bubble working on cards - yet here I am!!!

Flowers in the Corner
~Base card PaperTrey Ink Vintage Cream
~Layer of brown cardstock then layer of polka dot design paper (this was the remaining scrap - so I don't have the name of it anymore)
~Ribbon from the stash
~Rectangle of cream colored cardstock - I randomly scored horizontal and vertical lines then smudged with pastel chalks and some Distress Inks, also stamped over the area with leaves from Stampin' Up Best Blossoms using brown ink and Versamark
~Left side of the card pierced using a Score-Bug
~Prima flowers with paper punch flowers and brads in two corners
~Sentiment by Stampabilities Thoughts are with You
Our Creative Corner Sketch
Just for Fun - color inspiration - Light Blue, Brown, and Cream
Stampin' B's - use polka dots

I think I'm finished for the evening - but you just never know!


  1. Ha Funny about sister Gail and her quilting fabric stash. Very pretty card and glad you joined the Stampin B 'dot' challenge this week.

  2. I adore your card! I think the muted colors are so elegant looking! thanks for playing in the JFF Color Challenge this week!

  3. Love your card! Thanks for the sweet comment on my Tuesday Trigger card! You said something about it being a winning card! Art is totally subjective! I have learned that what one person likes others might not, so do not be surprised if my card does not win!

  4. this is the effect on the main panel....thanks for playing with the Stampin B's

  5. oh this is beautiful!! thanks for joining us on the OCCSC this week :)


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