Thursday, September 04, 2008

A Little Hello

Another challenge card! This time I made a card for Limelight Papercraft's latest sketch challenge. Not only did I need to use the sketch to make my card, but I also needed to incorporate some bling! Well, say no more, I'm there!

I am totally excited to announce that this is my first card using my new Spellbinder's Nestabilities! I'll go into more details in the future, but for now let's just say, I'm lovin' them...I'm hooked...Must buy more! Okay, back to the card. I added a few dots of Liquid Pearls and my Stardust pen to create a border around the flower image. I used Glossy Accents to make the vase look like real glass. The little chipboard heart was covered in pink cardstock, inked around the edges, then glitterfied (yes, I made that one up). It's hard to capture the shine and sparkle in a photo, but you can see it better in this close up shot:

And that's my little hello. And now...a little goodbye.





Supplies:

Stamps: Vases in Vogue by SU!
Ink: Black StazOn, Berry Sorbet Palette by PTI
Cardstock: SS White and Berry Sorbet by PTI
Patterned Paper: Sophie collection by K&Company
Ribbon: Berry Sorbet satin by PTI
Tools: Scalloped and regular rectangle die by Spellbinder’s Nestabilities, Cuttlebug
Other: Stardust pen by Sakura, Petal Pink Liquid Pearls by Ranger, Glossy Accents by Ranger, chalks and blender pen by SU!, chipboard heart by Maya Road

6 comments:

Mandy said...

This is GREAT! I love the shimmery heart and how the ribbon goes all the way on top!!

Katie Renz said...

Hey you :) Great card! Love the "glitterification" (lol) and the colors of course. Thanks for playing and good luck.

Molly B said...

Love the glitterfied heart. Love the colors you used. Very nice. -Molly B

Claire Brennan said...

Gorgeous cards Jennifer - you have such a sense of style - love the way you put colours together.

Lisa H. said...

ooo, this is fabulous. love your coloring and the placement of that heart. great job with the sketch.

JenMarie said...

Oh so pretty!

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