Thursday, January 7, 2010

Divine Divas Inspiration Challenge #19!

Hello!  To inspire you for this challenge we have some beautifully packaged soap from Terrain~ www.shopterrain.com

I just love all of the brown earthy tones, so I used those colors in my card:

The layout comes from Mercy's Tuesday Sketch Challenge #55.  I stamped the damask image from the SU set Friends 24-7 with Chocolate Chip and added the butterflies punched with my Martha Stewart punch out of Really Rust.  The dp is a mixture of SU's Bella Birds and Parisian Breeze DSP.  Now go check out what the other Divine Divas created for this challenge!

Thank you so much for stopping by, and if you decide to play along just use DDIC when adding it to your gallery : )
Kerri
Recipe:
Stamps:  SU Friends 24-7
Paper:  PTI Dark Chocolate, Vintage Cream, SU Really Rust, Bella Birds and Parisian Breeze DSP~retired
Ink:  Chocolate Chip
Accessories:  Rectangle and Circle Nestabilities, MS Butterfly and Border  Punch, Ribbon, Sewing Machine, Pearls, Dimensionals

21 comments:

Michelle said...

This is a really different card. So weird to not see a sentiment. Sometimes when I don't have a place for a sentiment, I force one on there - but really there's nothing wrong with not having one and it could be an all-occasion card like this one with it's pretty damask and butterflies - can use that for anything!

chercroppin said...

Awesome take on the inspiration Kerri! Love that touch of Rust with that border, your image...those sweet lil butterflies with the pearls and your ribbon....actually the papers and stitching too! LOL, ok, I love everything about it : )

jdmommy said...

How very beautiful, Kerri! I love the touches of rust in the punching and the butterfly! Great job!!!

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

Ooh La La!! Stunning Kerri!! Love the damask stamp and your colors and use of punches! Gorgeous take on the inspiration!!
hugs,
Chris

Kelly Jo said...

this is really pretty- love the color cmobo

Lori said...

Kerri, I really love this card - it's stunning! Wonderful use of the layout and the damask image. These papers look so great together and the little touches of rust really pop! The stitching adds so much, too - I wish I could do that! LOL!

Donna said...

Oh, nice!!! The colors and details are just wonderful.

Linda aka backroads girl said...

What a pretty card! I like the layout, and earthy tones are my favs. Great job :>)

Hugs, Mom

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

This is just beautiful, Kerri! Love the colors and patterns. The stitching and punched borders look fab as do the popped up butterflies.

Rebecca said...

I always love to see your inspiration projects. This one is no exception! The border punch and stitching are great, and I love the pop of color from the butterflies.

Sparkle said...

How gorgeous!

Jacqueline's Weblog said...

What a beautiful card Kerri, so stylish!
Hugs Jacqueline

Vicki (basement stamper) said...

Oh wow!! Kerri, this is truly stunning!! Love your elegant touches!! HUGS

cindy said...

Love this card. The browns are so warm and beautiful:)

Betty Wright said...

This is wonderful, Kerri! Love the colors and patterns! I have never heard of the DDIC! Love this the inspiration pic! Great looking card!

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

OOOH! This is GORGEOUS Kerri! LOVE the mix of stamps on this SUPER elegant creation! FABULOUS!

Mercy said...

kerri...this is simply stunning! love that color combo, the stitching, the added butterflies, and that yummy ribbon!

thanks for playing along with my sketch for this week...you've done an awesome job! :)

{{{hugs}}}
mercy

Leigh Ann Baird said...

Wow!

Elena said...

Always look forward for you DDIC projects! What a stunning card, Kerri! Love the colors, love the soft look... Very beautiful stamp, and these butterflies are so pretty here!

Maylee said...

Gorgeous Kerri, it's so perfect in everyway! Love your stitching and the colors are so beautiful.

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

Gorgeous! Oh I love the rich colors and the little butterfly is wonderful!

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