Best Wishes

March 9, 2010 at 9:55 pm 1 comment

I thought I’d catch up on a few cards tonight based on sketches that are posted on various blogs. This card features Mercy’s Tuesday Sketch Challenge #64 I had a hard time deciding what papers to use. I keep flipping through the two new packs of My Mind’s Eye patterned paper that I bought the other day. There are so many great papers to choose from! Turns out, I didn’t even use one of those – I chose the multi-coloured circle patterned paper I bought a little while ago at DeSerres. The card is a bit “busy” and I should have stopped before I added the dew drops in the corners of the main image. Here is the recipe: Card base – Pale Plum, Rich Razzleberry and patterned paper along with Kiwi Kiss punched with the new SU border punch. I added a panel of Pale Plum that I ran through the Circle Cuttlebug EF. I coloured the flower with Razzleberry and Kiwi Kiss and used the notched corner punch. I layered that with Razzleberry and added the Kiwi Kiss ribbon (love that stuff!). I added three Kiwi Kiss cordoroy buttons that I’ve had for over a year and haven’t used before now. That’s pretty much it. Thanks for having a look.

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