Sunday, 6 May 2012

2 Sisters Challenge - Anything Goes and Papertake Weekly - Anything Goes opt Lace

Hi all, Wow I can't believe I haven't posted much this week, alot of it is due to feeling unwell.  I'm here with my DT card for the 2 Sisters Challenge Blog, I'm actually really late, I was even late getting it in so I decided to wait until today to post.  The Challenge this week is Anything Goes and we are being sponsored by Stitchy Bear Stamps, the image I used was Briar Rose.  I'm also entering my card into this weeks challenge over at Papertake Weekly Challenge Blog which is Anything Goes with optional lace.  I didn't use lace as there was a bit of lace on the patterned paper and of course it was optional.  The papers came free with Cardmaking & Papercraft magazine and there from Pink Paislee spring jubilee.  Well the advertising did it's job as I have fallen in love and want more more more lol.  I decided to go with the flow and kept alot of the gorgeous paper untouched.  I also didn't have any card that matched apart from some black coredinations, so I used that back to front.

How gorgeous are those papers yummy yummy yummy lol.  Right I shall be off, hoping to post more this week, hope your bank holiday Monday is crafty.  Thanks for looking :-) Kezzy xxx

Image - Stitchy Bear Stamps (briar rose)
Patterned paper - Pink Paislee (spring jubilee) free with magazine plus chipboard shapes, My Minds Eye (lost & found sunshine)
Card - Coredinations
Dies - Spellbinders (oval standard, oval scalloped), Whimsy (banner pennant)
Stamps - Whimsy stamps (celebration pennants)
Inkpad - Archival (coffee)
Flower soft - Ultra fine raspberry fizz
Decoart - glamour dust
Colouring - Promarkers (antique pink, salmon pink, mint green, pastel green) Flexmarkers (watermelon, blue grey 3 & 4)


downrightcrafty said...

stunning such depth
Hugs Kate xx

Betty said...

Thank you for your lovely comment on my blog...I'm still at the stage where I get excited when I get a comment. Your card is lovely and given me inspiration as I have those free papers and couldn't think what to do with them