Hi! - Hope your week has been going well. Nothing real exciting happening here (still lots of rain) but that should change come the weekend - Hallelujah! For this weeks Annabelle Challenge our theme is, "Say it With Pink and Green." These are lovely colors together. For my card I picked out designer paper (Sweet Pea - SU) and stamps from Annabelle Stamps ( Flowers With Love).
I found inspiration for my layout from this card by Genevieve Cassady found on Page 92 of the new, ( Card Creations Vol 8. Issue) I love the look of the Tag on the card but wanted my sentiment to be at the bottom instead of along the side so for that element I added the gorgeous Sprinkles (Blossom and Olive). I also changed the ribbon element and added the flower. Other items used: Flower Ribbon from Annabelle Stamps, Labels 8 Nestabilitie Die, Aqua Painter, Ink Pads (Rose Red, Pretty in Pink, Old Olive and Memento Tuxedo Black for the sentiment.) Card Stock: Old Olive, Pretty in Pink and Whisper White. Zig Zag Punch (EK Success) and Swiss Dot embossing folder. Be sure to stop by the DT members blogs and see what they have created using these colors. Don't forget you still have a week left to participate in the latest sketch challenge for your chance to win some Black Current Metallic Sprinkles.
Ida I LOVE your card!!!!! You really are rocking your Annabelle cards!! They are all just fab. This one is especially nice. Have a great weekend. xReplyDelete
Love your card and the shape and your rounded corners!
Love the DSP you used it's gorgeous!
Hope the sun shines for you soon lol!
Have a wonderful weekend!
Beautiful card again this week Ida!ReplyDelete
Oh, no..Still raining... Looks like we have the same kind of weather here too..ReplyDelete
What a beautiful card, Ida! I love, love this layout! Really like that ric rac border, little dew drops, pretty flower!
Hope the sun will come with sunshine soon! :)
Terrific creation Ida! Love the rounded corners...great inspiration piece too!ReplyDelete
Beautiful Ida! I love the Sprinkles on the ribbon as well!ReplyDelete
love all the combined patterns on the card -- looks outstanding!ReplyDelete