I've been featued in the Bitter Sweet Zine Winter issue!!!

Monday, May 31, 2010

LPSC70: It's a beautiful skech...

At least I think so! I love this sketch! It's super easy to work with and makes the cutest cards! I do hope you'll play along...there are sooo many posibilities, we would love to see what you come up with! Please check out all the details at the Little Paper Shop Blog! This weeks freebie to one lucky randon winner that plays along with the sketch is Katie Swing.
Here is my card. I used the {I Heart} stamp setand the little tiny birds are from the {Chirp} stamp set. I added the little feet and eye's after I stamped them in cameo coral classic ink. I think they are too stinkin cute! The flower embelishment was made by punching a bunch of starts and then layering them on top of each other, one silk flower and whinestone brad to decorate! This is a relatively simply card, but I love it...the little details of the paper pieced birdhouses and the super cute and tiny rhinestones are a perfect little touch!
Stamps: {Chip} and {I Heart} by Little Paper Shop
Ink: Stazon brown
Paper: Baja Breeze, chocolate chip, cameo coral, PTI white, DP Nook and pantry by Basic Grey
Accessories: fancy scallop punch, watercolor pencils, blender pens, star punch, rhinestone brads, pretties kit, rhinestones, fine tip pen, dimentionals

Here is a picture of the sketch for you...I hope you do play along with us!

Thanks for stopping by!

Hugs and happy Stampin'



Allison said...

This is lovely...great take on the sketch!

Ann Kranitz said...

Oh those little birds on the houses are just the PERFECT touch!!!! Great idea!!

Julie E said...

Great card - those pops of coral are just the right touch. Plus you combined it with Baja, so how can you go wrong?

Pam Varnell said...

This is one of my fav cards of yours Silvia. Beautifully done!!!

Tami said...

love this cute card. I just read your intro over at Sweet and Sassy and when I saw you lived in Greece I had to come visit your blog. I have been to Athens 3 times on mission trips and LOVE it- would move there in a heartbeat if I could. As a teacher I would LOVE to teach English there someday *sigh* Have a blessed day!