Saturday, March 17, 2012

Spring Thank You

I got a new stamp set yesterday and I actually used it right away!  Isn't that crazy!  The set came with the new Pemberley Workshop on the Go by CTMH.  The workshop isn't until next Saturday, but I looked at all the fun stuff and tried out one of the techniques.

As always, I start with a sketch and then work from there.  The sketch came from Card Positioning Systems.  I cut out three sizes of flowers from the Art Philosophy cartridge (1 1/2", 1 1/4", 1", Flower #5), then I stamped the flower image from the Pemberley stamp set, and then added a brad to the center.  The vine on the right is from some old clearance card stock I have had forever and finally was able to use.  The sentiment is from the Pemberley stamp set as well.

Here is the original sketch:
Challenges entered:
Sweet Stamps - Spring theme
Drunken Stampers - Thank You
One Stop Craft Challenge - Handmade flowers

8 comments:

  1. I love all the roundness (is that even a word)feel to this, simple and warm fuzzyish! Good luck at The Stamping Boutique Gold Challenge!

    DebbieM

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  2. Hi Heather,
    Great card how you used sketch and very creative with your colour combination!!!Hugs Trish (New Follower)Australia

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  3. That is so soft and elegant! I love that layered flower! Thanks for playing along with us at CPS!

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  4. Gorgeous card! Thanks for joining us at The Stamping Boutique.
    Hugs,
    Julia

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  5. wonderful Spring card--love it. Thank you for entering Simply Create Too's Challenge #9--"It's Spring???"

    Diane
    Simply Create Too Design Team Member
    http://DianesDigitalDesigns.blogspot.com/

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  6. Simple but really stunning, love the flower. Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Challenge this week
    Hugs
    Jacqui x

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  7. Beautiful flower and card! Thanks for joining us at The One Stop Craft Challenge!

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  8. Simple and beautiful!
    Thanks for playing at Wags N Whiskers!
    Muscade

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