Sep 10, 2009

3CT30 - Cutie Pie

Greetings! - Welcome to Week#30 of Three Clover Thursday challenges. Keeping with the "Back to School" theme this week Kerry asked the DT members to create cards/projects using Letters (no words). I had an idea pop into my head right away (how strange is that?) so I went right out and purchased some Chipboard Alphabet letters. Then I searched for a sketch I liked and picked out the stamp I wanted to use and the patterned paper.
Something went wrong along the way though as the letters I bought had printed patterns on them and I didn't like the patterns so I decided to glue DP over the top. That was a flop and the letters were to large for the image I wanted to use, not to mention that the sketch wasn't working out either.
However not to be discouraged I forged on and ended up with this card. It's pretty much what I wanted to create and I hope you like my idea.

Card Deets: Card Stock: Whisper White, Rich Razzleberry(textured),Regal Rose, DP-Basic Grey Lemonade
Stamps: Pie from CHF-Let's Get Stuffed
Other: Circle Nestabilite Dies, Circle Punch, Glitter (Art Institute), Brads (Queen and Co.), RicRac (Craft Essentials at JoAnn's), Foam Mounting Tape and Crystal Effects.

Now Head Straight to Kerry's blog and click on the other DT members blogs as well. Have fun with this challenge.


Happylittlestamper said...

Hi Ida. You do some beautiful work. I too am on Annabelle Stamps design Team. I so look forward to working with you.
Hugs Michelle

Elena said...

Love your idea, Ida! I think it turned out wonderful and very cute!
Love the way how you attached the ric-rac ribbon too!
Thank you for sharing your creativity with us!

Lisa Somerville said...

Very clever Ida - great way to use the chipboard!

Jerusha said...

What a sweet card! Looking forward to working with you on the Annabelle DT!

Debbie Olson said...

This is darling, Ida--beautiful card!

Lorie said...

This is adorable! What a super idea! :o)

Sue from Oregon said... your card this week. I just bought this very same paper last is lucious and you have inspired me to use mine!