Friday, April 19, 2013

Polka dots, bows and buttons..








The theme at Sweet Stampin Challenge Blog this week is Polka dots, bows and buttons. When I sat down to make the card I was still not sure which route I wanted to take - the sweet card or the fun, sassy card - and then my eyes fell on this Wee Stamp Silver Fairy image which I had colored a while back and never used. And well, the decision was made - I collected the papers and the ribbons and the......and here is the card

The papers are from DCWV stack and so is the "ADORE" sentiment.  The gold organza ribbon for the bow is actually a recycled item - I recently won a gift basket at my son's Choir benefit auction and it came with this beautiful ribbon tied up all around it. Definitely worth keeping :)
The Spellbinder die cut creates the border between the two papers.




 The tag was made using Lifestyle Crafts die. The end stamps are from the Justrite -Noel Christmas ornament collection.The sentiment is Inkadinkado.
 Along with submission as GD for Sweet Stampin Challenge Blog , submitting for the following:

Addicted to stamps and more

7 kids challenge blog

Flutter by Wednesdays



Thank you for stopping by....

8 comments:

  1. Another fab card Anu.
    I love Wee Stamps, they are all so cute.
    xxx

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  2. Beautiful card! Thank you so much for entering the www.7kidscollegefund.com Challenge! The Design Team appreciates the time you invested in your project and that you have shared it with all our blog followers!

    Karen

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  3. What a fabulous card, Anu - I love those rich colours. Thank you for another great GDT card for Sweet Stampin'! Hugs, Tracey x

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  4. Wonderful card! Thank you for playing along with my Flutter By Wednesday Challenge!!

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  5. Beautiful card, love all the layers and that adorable image. Thanks for playing along at ATSM
    Val x

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  6. Beautiful card. What a gorgeous image. Hugs, Gail

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  7. Beautiful card. Amazing bow and die.
    Hugs,
    Natali

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