Monday, January 17, 2011

You're so thoughtful

This is the second post for today.  To see my first post please go HERE.

This card was created for the Stamps that House Built What if Wednesday RI Sketch J1211, and Play Date Cafe Color Challenge PDCC64.


I tried getting a close up photo of the hearts but it didn't turn out.  Should have used white vs. clear embossing powder.  Hope you can see it.

Products used ...
  • Stamps:  Print Works Collection You're So Thoughtful, All Night Media Linked Hearts, and Print Works Collection Wishing You a Day (for inside the card - not shown)
  • Paper:  Paper Studio, Bazille and DCWV
  • Ink:  Studio G Chalks Silver, Versafine Smokey Gray and Archival Moonlight White
  • Other:  Wilson 4" Doily and Paper Studio Ribbon Neutral Pack (Gray), Embossing Powder - Clear and White
  • Tools:  Trimmer, Embossing Gun, Adhesive, and 1/4" Pop Dots
Now for the inspirational photos ...


Here’s to hoping that my card provides you with some inspiration to go forth and create!

9 comments:

Fiona said...

Hello Ruza :) Clever use of the hearts and love the doiley! Thanks for playing at the PDCC this week :)

Lynette said...

Very pretty, and what a great sentiment. I love that you used the hearts for the embellishments. Thanks so much for playing in the Repeat Impressions challenge!

Michele Gross said...

Such a pretty card and I love how you've used the doily! Glad to have you with us this week at The Play Date Cafe!

Colleen Dietrich said...

I can see those hearts! THey look good in the backdrop. And that silver doily is soooo pretty. Glad to see you playing again with us at the Play Date Cafe. Thank you so much!

Sarah Anderson said...

Oooo I love that doiley. Thanks so much for joining us at the play date cafe this week :)

Makiko Jones said...

Wonderful card!! I love the doily frame and the color combo!

Jaclyn Miller said...

Great silver doily, it really brings out that lovely shade of blue. Thanks for playing along at the Play Date Cafe.

Ayana Posadas said...

Simple, clean, and fun! I love how you added the doily. Excellent take on the sketch, Ruza!

Ruby said...

I love doilies, they look so pretty on cards, and it goes really well against your heart background! Thanks for playing along with us at the Play Date Cafe!