Living Life

July 7, 2010 at 9:56 am 1 comment

I haven’t uploaded much lately. I’ve had company for the past week and was in a bit of card-making withdrawal! I was able to sneek off to print off a few challenges for this week. I loved Mercy’s sketch for this week (MTSC81) and just had to play. I am loving the new patterned paper my Dad brought up from the states for me. I get my on-line orders sent to him in Pennsylvania and he either brings it up for me or I go down for a weekend visit to see him and pick it up, if I can time it right. I recently bought some Laura Ashley paper called “Contemporary”. There is a really nice variety of colours and patterns in this 72-sheet pack (6 sheets of 12 designs). My card base is cream CS and I layered the patterned paper onto Pear Pizzazz (SU In-Color). I tied retired SU Mellow Moss velvet ribbon around it. I used the sentiment from Verve stamped in Momento Rich Cocoa ink which was cut out and layered (onto SU Blushing Bride) with my oval nestabilities. I popped up the sentiment panel and finished the card off with a Prima (Belle Arte Sachette) flower, which I think is absolutely gorgeous! I hope you like it! Thanks for having a look today.

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Entry filed under: Cards, Cuttlebug, Mercy's Tuesday Sketch Challenge, Nesties, Verve.

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  • 1. Carolyn  |  July 9, 2010 at 8:25 am

    Your cards are so pretty and nicely done!

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