Wednesday, July 1, 2009

From Our Home To Yours

Hello! I didn't get a chance to post this card that I made yesterday for the Color Challenge on SCS to use So Saffron, Night of Navy, and Kraft. I immediately pulled out this stamp set from I Brake For Stamps that I won during the Stampin' Out Alzheimers event. I hadn't had a chance to play with it, and it's so pretty! I stamped the image with Night of Navy, and colored in with Copic markers. I stamped the image again, and cut out some of the blooms, and the butterfly for more dimension. I could not figure out the layout I wanted, and I fiddled, and fiddled, and fiddled some more until I came up with this : ) Thank you so much for stopping by and have a wonderful day!

Stamps: I Brake For Stamps, Bella's Bloom~sentiment
Paper: Night of Navy, Kraft, Sale-a-Bration DP
Ink: Night of Navy, Copics
Accessories: So Saffron Ribbon, Martha Stewart Border Punch, Kaiser Pearls, Dimensionals, Stardust Stickles, Oval and Scalloped Oval Punches, Button


Michelle said...

I love that vertical flower treatment...reminds me of those topiaries that some people have on their front porch - really inviting and a great addition to go with this sentiment.

Kerri Settle said...

This is just a gorgeous card, especially with that color combo.

chercroppin said...

So pretty, love blue/yellow together, good job!

Betty Wright aka gbedwright said...

Wonderful card, Kerri!!! Love the layout and design!!! The cut work detailing is fantastic!!! Beautifully done!!!

Rebecca said...

This color combo surprised me. It didn't sound very appealing when I read it, but I've seen some fabulous cards in the gallery using it. Yours is fantastic. I love the cut out flowers, the little pearls, and the use of that punch. The DSP ties everything together!

Elena said...

Very beautiful card, Kerri! I love the colors very much!

Shirley said...

How very lovely! The colors and the detail are just wonderful!

Leonie said...

Wow this card is gorgeous! Love it! Just found your blog, and very happy I did!

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