Monday, February 25, 2013

The weekend that was

Now, this was a challenge.  The colours are a couple of favourites, but how to use them with this sketch. Hmmm  I didn't want to put Island Indigo card over the top of the Pool Party so went with vellum.  It is hard to see but the vellum is stamped with white flowers and then stitched

What you need
Cardstock - SU Pool Party, white, vellum
Stamps - SU Fifth Ave Floral;  TE Treasure Life
Ink - PTI white
Thread - DMC 598

So to my other card of the weekend - pink, black and white, wonderful.  I have tried the layering thing again, but with plenty of white space still.  I have used one of the older Mojo Monday sketches that I really loved.

What you need
Cardstock - PTI white, black;  SU basic grey
DSP - SU Brights Collection
Stamps - Verve Amazing Wishes
Ink - Memento Tuxedo Black
Die - MFT flourish
Ribbon - PTI Smoky Shadow satin
Flowers -  Prima


  1. Beautiful! I love that vellum panel on your first card! And I always love it when you layer patterned papers, so you know I love your pink card! :-) Thank-you for joining in at FYI!

  2. Very elegant and classic, with a Tiffany colour scheme! Thanks so much for playing along with CAS(E) This Sketch this week!

  3. Gorgeous card - love how you interpreted the inspirational photo. Thanks for playing at FYI!

  4. Two lovely cards today! Great idea to use vellum with these colours - it looks so "frosty"! Thanks for joining us at Dynamic Duos this week :o)

  5. I can see the stamped vellum if I click on the picture - the soft flowers are a lovely touch!! Thanks for joining us at CAS(E) this Sketch!

  6. Wonderful cards! I love the layered patterns! Thanks for joining us at For Your Inspiration!

  7. Oh my gosh....that pink and black card is stunning! I love the little bouquet of flowers!

  8. So pretty, love that sketch!! Thanks so much for joining us this week at Dynamic Duos.

  9. Gorgeous cards~ love the interpretation on the FYI photo


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