Mar 26, 2011

Spring Somethings

It's Friday again and that means a new challenge over at stamp something!

Spring something

is our theme this week! Sad to say that it got waaaay too cold here in IL again, we are even supposed to get some snow flurries :(

For my card today I used a digi from Phindy's place. It's been colored with derwent coloursoft pencils and blended with baby oil.

The paper is by "Three bugs in a rug "Chloe" - double sided. I distressed all edges and did some sewing with my janome mini. Around the image I used a stamp from itty bitty backgrounds by Stampin Up, then added some dazzling diamonds.
I embellished with ribbon, prima flowers and sticky pearls.

I would love to combine this card with the following challenges:

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8 comments:

  1. Oh my word that image is sooo very sweet hun!! LOVE your coloring and darling Spring design!! Hope you're staying warm!! Did you see the snow this morning!!?? BOO!! Have a great weekend!!HUGS

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  2. Ellie, what a sweet card! I love the papers you used.

    Dawn

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  3. Brilliant card and love the colours. You have reminded me that I must get my sewing machine out as all the sewing features add that extra something.

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  4. Oh how beautiful!! I love the pink and green combo, your paper, and the sweet image!

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  5. Very pretty card :)
    Thanks for joining us at Paperplay this week
    Annette xXx

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  6. Stunning and sweet card! Thanks for joining us at Delightful Challenges.

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  7. Cute, cute, cute! Love that image & your papers & colours look so spring-like. Great layout too.
    Thanks for joining us at Stamps R Us.
    Marilyn

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  8. Gorgeous card Ellie, so sweet and pretty.
    Thanks for joining us at Paper Play for our "distressing" challenge
    hugs Mandy xx

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