Tuesday 25 September 2012

A couple of challenges ...

.... Hello!!  I've a couple of cards to share with you this morning.  The first is for this week's Retro Sketch - RS30 - I've been saving details of the challenges, but for various reasons have been late every time.  So this week - I'm early!!  Apart from turning the sketch upside down, I've been totally faithful to the layout - and there's no stamping on this card at all!

Papers:  Uniko Studio - Bright Butterflies (Free download)
Accessories:  Stampin' Up! Card - Pool Party; Gems and card from stash

Beverley (Uniko Studios) released these papers in August - they are so pretty.  The little pennant comes with a printed butterfly, but I decided to add another one - this one with a touch of bling!

My next card is for Clean & Simple Stamping - FTL208.

Stamps:  Uniko Studios - Time, Extra Time
Inks:  Stampin' Up! - Rose Red, Bashful Blue, Daffodil Delight; Memento - Tuxedo Black
Accessories:  Stampin' Up Card - Rose Red; Uniko Studios - Bright Butterflies Digital Papers; Card from stash

I used a sheet of this funky circle paper to cover the card and added the sentiment panel.  I stamped various clock faces and flowers onto some white card, using the second or third impression to get softer shades, layered this onto Rose Red card and attached it to the card.  I finished off by stamping the sentiment.  And yes, this card is going to be quite late!!

See you soon.  Note - just edited this post to update the photos - I've retaken them in daylight - they look so much better.


Beverley said...

FABulous use of the BRIGHT Butterflies collection. Love how you've combined it with TIME too. TFS Hugs Bev x

Stamps and Paper said...

Two great cards Deborah..just love your butterfly one looks like the background is stitched...and your 2nd is perfect for a belated birthday..


Mynn xx said...

These are both gorgeous, Deb!!! LOVE the butterflies on the first one--and your sentiment is amazing! LOVE! :)

Scratch Cards Printing said...

Both the cards are stunning. So gorgeous design. Thanks for sharing. I appreciate both the pretty creations.

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