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Jan 6, 2011

Say it with 1-2-3

Welcome to the first new challenge of the year for AnnaBelle Stamps.  Today we are doing a 1-2-3 challenge. (1 Border Stamp, 2 Petals and 3 Sprinkles).  Doesn't that sound fun!

So for my card I started with one of the borders from Borders By Design 1. It was stamped with Cherry Cobbler ink on Very Vanilla cs.
Next I added a scrap  piece of designer paper and added some Real Red 1/8" Taffeta ribbon from SU.
The sentiment is from: Take The Cake and was stamped in Chocolate Chip ink.  I punched some leaves (retired SU punch) in Kiwi Kiss (also retired SU cs) Used 2 sizes of Brown Petals (Petals Brown Pack-AnnaBelle) and Chili Sprinkles (AnnaBelle).  I also embossed a panel of Cherry Cobbler cs with the Moroccan Screen embossing folder.

Be sure you check out the other great cards from the DT members blogs and don't forget to leave them some comment love.  Also you can enter any of our challenges for a chance to be entered in the drawing for a Gift Voucher to the AnnaBelle Store so be sure to check out the details on the AnnaBelle blog.


  1. Very fun Ida...nice and cheery!

  2. Stunning card, Ida!
    LOVE the Cherry with the Vanilla and I love your border placement with your DP and ribbon!
    A truly stunning card!

    Take Care, hugs,
    Kylie X

  3. Great card Ida - that border is really effective.

  4. ohhh love that pretty border stamp!

  5. What a pretty card! I really like how the border stamp looks here!

  6. Lovely colours on your card! You have done a great job with the recipe!

  7. great new blog header ida-I just love this card and the colors you used-always love your choice of dp

  8. Such a pretty card Ida. Those flowers are gorgeous... the embossing looks great!

  9. Fabulous birthday card. You worked in all the challenge elements perfectly!