May 16, 2010

Eastern Influence

Happy Sunday everyone! Hope you're enjoying your last day of the weekend!
I had a great weekend so far and even found some time to stamp yesterday.

Below is a card that was inspired by a recent card on Andrea Walford's Blog. I love her blog, she makes the most beautiful cards using stampin up. If you aren't familiar with her blog you have to go see it.



I used the stamp set "Eastern Influences". I've had it for some time now but haven't used it much since I am more drawn to the cute style.

I used copic markers for coloring. The sentiment is from another Stampin Up set (retired) - Beautiful Beach. I just love this sentiment and the font.
I embellished it simply with a scallop border, ribbon and a button with some thread.

Thanks so much for visiting me today. Hope you liked the card.
Have a great day,



Recipe:
Stamps: Eastern Influences, beautiful beach (both SU)
Paper: Stampin Up
Ink: chocolate chip, copics
Accessories: Grosgrain ribbon, button, linen thread
Tools: Scallop border punch (SU)

6 comments:

  1. What a lovely card--simple and stunning.

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  2. this is really beautiful so elegant hugs cheryl xxx

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  3. What a beautiful card, so elegant and understated :o)
    Jackie xx

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  4. What a stunning, and elegant cas card Ellie! I love it!

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  5. Oh Ellie I don't just like it I love it this is just so classy, elegant and serene that wonderful flower and sentiment the coolness of that white background...ahhhh I love it.
    Hugs
    Lorraine x

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  6. Ellie your card is wonderful you can tell you put a lot of thought into it.

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