Mar 1, 2013

ABC challenge - I for ...........

Good morning and happy March!! Can you believe it's already March! Spring is not far now!
But I'm so happy we got a snow day a few days ago, we were busy making a few snowmen and got to play in the snow.  Finally a perfect snow for making snowmen! That doesn't happen very often, usually we get the cold nasty blizzard type of snow. But I am ready for some warmer weather now and to see my flowers blooming.


Since it's March 1st, we have a brand new challenge at ABC challenges. We've arrived at the letter I and our challenge is I for In Love.


I used a super cute digi from one of our sponsor's - Stamp Fairy.  You can find this specific image here. It's been colored using my pencils.


The pretty paper is from a 6x6 designer paper pack by Prima Marketing. The postage stamp sentiments are from the set "Everyday Mini Postage Stamps" by Whimsy Stamps. I used the mini postage die to cut them out.

I embellished with some diecut hearts(sizziz die) and flowers (MFT die), a button and some twine, and a little rhinestone in the flower center. To finish it off I sewed along the edges and around the image.

I hope you get a chance to play along in this challenge. It runs for 2 weeks, and we have prizes up for grabs from Stamp Fairy and LOTV.

I would love to combine my card with a few other challenges:

4 comments:

  1. Love your card! Beary nice!

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  2. this is so cute ellie! i love the colours, the sweet couple and the touches of glitter.
    linda

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  3. This is gorgeous beautifully coloured and created
    Hugs Julie P

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