Saturday, July 24, 2010

Let Not Our Hearts Wreath

Christmas In July Challenge
The challenge this week over at The Cuttlebug Spot is Christmas in July.

Challenge #28
This week over at Pile it on we had to play with pennants or banners.

From The Garden Theme
This week at The Shabby Tearoom the inspiration was this gorgeous wreath...we had to play with the theme from the garden or the colours white...this was loads of fun.

Sketch Challenge #128
I love this wonderful and easy sketch this week from Tamara.

This is my take on the absolutely fun challenges this week.

This is the recipe:
Stamps: let not our hearts be busy.
Card stock: whisper white...very vanilla...old olive...real red..and summer sun.
Ink: old olive.
Punches: argyle and houndstooth hand held punch...and top note die.
Additional supplies: yellow hemp twine...sticky strip...1/2" mounting tape...big shot...score-it...crystal effects...round red rhinestones...and hobby blade.

I absolutely love how this card turned was a little difficult using all the challenges for this particular card...but I feel like I nailed it...Whhhooo!!!Hhhhhhoooo!!!
Inside i use white printer paper for my message...the tiny rhinestones are just enough bling...I used very vanilla for the top note, but on my screen it looks white.

Thanks so much for stoppin' by and sharing this card with me...stop by and try these challenges for will love them...we are roasting up here with the heat and high humidity...I hope you all have a cool stampin' good day.

Stampin' HUGZ


Audrey Pettit said...

Adorable card! I really like that heart you created with the sentiment inside and the embossing is wonderful. Thanks for sharing this with us at TSTR.

Debbie said...

Such a pretty and unique design!! Thanks for sharing your card with us this week in the Tea Room :)

Nana said...

Very beautiful!
Thank you for joining us at "PIO" this week!
hugs Nana

PapierGirl said...

Pretty Card! Love all the embossing and the pretty handstamped heart. Thanks for joining us this week at TSTR! :)

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