Mar 11, 2011

Stamp Something Cream and Green

Happy Friday!! Hope you had a great week and are looking forward to the weekend! Maybe you are lucky enough to have some sunshine and a warmer temperature.

I made today's card for our challenge over at Stamp Something.

Something green and cream.


For my card I used one of my Popcorn the Bear Stamps. Image has been colored with derwent coloursoft and baby oil for blending. My papers are from my box of scraps, these are from Stampin Up.


I kept the card pretty simple. I have been enjoying making simpler cards and using simple sketches these days!

Embellished with just a button with some ribbon and thread and then I added a prima flower in place of the "stamped" flower from the image. The sentiment came from the same set, I cut it apart to fit on my design. To finish it all off I did some sewing with my janome sew mini.

I'd like to combine my card with the following challenges:
Hope you'll find some time to join us this week! We have another amazing sponsor, Michelle's Scrapbooking and more and there is a fun prize up for grabs!

Have a great day!!
Ellie.

8 comments:

  1. This Popcorn Bear is just the sweetest!!! Wonderful take on the color combination hun!! Have a great weekend!!HUGS

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  2. Such a sweet card! Thanks for playing in Squigglefly's challenge!

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  3. So sweet! Thanks for playing with us at Squigglefly!

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  4. Oooohh this card is very cute!! I have recently bought some Popcorn Bear stamps and am yet to ink them up, but now I am going to have to do just that!! Thanks for playing along with us at Colour Create!!

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  5. Sorry Ellie, I also wanted to mention thanks for playing along at our Squigglefly challenge too! :) BIG HUGS

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  6. Ellie I love how you used a prima for the flower and I love the image and DP! thanks for playing with Claudia and company! Joy DT

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  7. Very cute card ~ I love that you added the flower to the image. Thanks for joining us at Claudia & Co.

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  8. Adorable! I love that you added the flower to give the image a 3D effect! Clever!
    Thanks for joining us at C&Co!

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