Wednesday, January 6, 2010

One more for today!!

Wow!! Two blog posts in one day!!! Who would've thought!!! I am having lots of fun getting back into the swing of things!! Today I worked on the Papertrey Senior DT challenge. Have I told you how much I love Papertrey Stamps??? Well, I absolutely love them and their inks are pretty wonderful too!! I do have to say that Papertrey Ink is probably one of my favorite finds of 2009!

Here's the challenge just in case you are interested:

Senior DT Challenge: Scrap-tastic

We all have 'em. Lots and lots of scraps. Whether it be paper scraps, ribbon scraps or fabric scraps, this month's challenge is to share a clever & unique idea for using those little bits that sometimes end up neglected.

Here's my take on this challenge:

I used some Basic Grey Bittersweet Scraps, a pretty little vintage tag, Say it with Style Stamps from Papertrey Ink, Heidi Swapp chipboard shape, Tim Holtz distress ink-worn lipstick, prima flower and Kaiser Craft Pearl. I used a standard 4 1/4" x 5 1/2 " card base and cut another piece of cardstock the same size and then trimmed the edge with my pinking shears and then I inked all the edges. I then cut out six 1 1/2" squares inked them and glued them down. Then I tied a ribbon around the card and added all the embellishments. I stamped the sentiment on paper and cut it out and added it to the front of the card.

Very basic, and very easy!! Such a great way to use up those scraps!!!

Thanks for stopping by!!!
I hope you have a wonderful Thursday!!


Tessa said...

This is sooo gorgeous!!

Jocelyn said...

JUST PERFECT....I adore it!!!

Close To Home said...

that is sooo lovely....omigosh..make another and send it to meeeeee!! LOL!

Lea L. said...

Oooh...this is gorgeous Kristti! It is so romantic feeling!


Elisabeth said...

Super sweet card!!!

Paloma Gomez said...

I love it!

Sam said...

Hi Kristii. Just wanted to say your cards are gorgeous. Love the vintage style. I have just discovered card challenges and was very happy to stumble across your work.