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Monday, April 26, 2010

LPSC65 Lovely bananas

Hey hey hey! We have a lovely color challenge for you today at the Little Paper Shop blog! It's nice and springy!


Here is my card! I started by making a straight line on a piece of computer paper and then punching out 3 circles with the 1 inch circle punch...equally spaced. I then sponged the yellow using my craft inks and a sponge moving my template down and repeating 3 times.

Once the ink was dry I placed the sponge on top of the first row and then stamped the small rose from the {Rose} stamp set in different directions. did it on all except the last two circles where I stamped the sentiment...what do you think?

Supplies:

Stamps: {Rose} by Little Paper Shop

Ink: stazon black

Paper: PTI white, orchid opulance by SU!

Accessories: gross grain ribbon, charm, glitter, small corner rounder punch

Don't forget to go to the LPS Blog and check out the rest of the Dt's challenge cards and play along with us for a chance to win your very own FREE {Lucy Horse} digi image

This is also for a few other challenges:

Stamp Something challenge to use a charm

Taylored Expressions Sketch 110

Sunday's Featured Stamper 168 Challenge

Thank you sooo much for stopping by!

Happy Stampin'

Silvia

8 comments:

DeeDee said...

A grate card! The colors are beautiful!

Thank you for joining us at STamp Something this week!

Hugs from Germany
Diana!

Jennifer {jennifer-g} said...

Very sweet! Love the spotlight/masking you did, what a great idea!

Allison said...

What a cool take on that sketch (which bedeviled me!). Super!

Bonnie said...

Very cool Silvia! Love the circles and how the Rose is worked in there! So Pretty!parmac

Kelly Booth said...

Great way to use that rose...such a pretty card!!

Ann Kranitz said...

Wonderful card!!! Love all the extra sparkle you added.

Julie said...

Gorgeous, Silvia!! Great minds think alike! :)

Julie E said...

What a great way to tie it all together - I like the little bits of the rose peeking out.