Mar 30, 2010

Scrap it --- DTC #52

Happy Tuesday everyone!! Hope everyone is doing great and is enjoying some nice spring weather.

Below is the card I made for this week's Digital Tuesday Challenge with the theme, chosen by Shelly, " Scrap it". I surely have more than scraps and really trying to use some of them every time I make a card.

For this card I decided to go with just one scrap piece though, and it was already cut out too.
My image is a freebie from Paper Garden Projects. I love these snowdrops, they remind me of my childhood because they were everywhere where I grew up in Europe. When I moved to the US I had to buy some snowdrop bulbs off ebay because I couldn't find them anywhere, so now every spring I have a few snowdrops (not enough!!!) in my backyard. They just make me happy!


I went with a simple card because I really wanted the image to stand out. I did apply some stickles glitter to the blooms. Embellished with some white grosgrain ribbon and paper piercing.
The sketch is from Friday Sketchers.

Thanks so much for stopping by today. Hope you enjoyed the card and hope you will join us at the DTC. All you have to do is make a card using your scraps and something digital and you'll be entered for a chance to win some images from our sponsor Dustin Pike.

Have a GREAT day!!

5 comments:

  1. gorjus card hun love the colurs you have used love cheryl xxxxx

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  2. this is STUNNING Ellie!
    love your image and design!!!!
    Hugs & blessings, Maria

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  3. Gorgeous card, love the colour and the image looks fantastic!

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  4. Ellie wow flowers I knew they were coming my daffodillis are coming.

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  5. Oh My Gosh, Ellie, this is abosolutely stunning. I love the shimmer on the flowers, and the colors you chose. The image is beautiful too!

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