Thursday, January 24, 2008

Blogger Challenge 31

Blogger Challenge 31 this week is to use the layout on page 141 of the current StampinUp catalog. Very easy challenge this week. I used a long note, some of the new DSP that I received earlier this week (can yo u tell I luv it!), and an image from Paperbag Studios. I paper pierced the DSP, lightly colored and distressed (of course) the image, added cut flowers and dyed silk flowers with a bling brad. I like it and hope you do too!

17 comments:

Connie said...

What a sweet stamp! Great job with the challenge...

Lynn Mercurio said...

Wonderful card...the distressing goes so well with your vintage image.

MJ said...

Great job with that image. This is such a beautiful card. I love it.

astampingteddy said...

You are absolutely right about the designer paper - it works great with your card!
Claudia

Lauren (mytime) said...

How cool. Love how you used PP for the strip across the card

Lisa said...

Love your take on this weeks challenge, replaces the sentiments with an image. Love the flower bling too!

Sheryl said...

Very pretty card--you do so well with style stamp (which is way out of my comfort zone)! Love the flowers too!

Basement Stamper said...

Very cute! I love the innocent child image.

Carole (TruCarMa) said...

What a sweet image! And love that ribbon, too.

leenda said...

Lovely card!

Pat Huntoon said...

Very sweet! I am a little disappointed -- No AO! Just kidding -- nothing to be disappointed about here with that gorgeous creation.

Anita said...

Gerrie, I think your challenge looks really nice! Great colors, great use of embellies!

Anita Van Hal
stampn@westriv.com
http://www.anitastamps.com

Lori said...

Great job! The colors, image, and sentiment are a perfect match.

Lisa Bohler said...

I like that you used a long note, Gerrie! I also like that you highlight the image of the little girl with the flowers!

Karen said...

great job! love the piercing and the flowers!!

Sue said...

this is an awesome card Gerrie - I love the colors and the girl's sweet face.

Ida said...

To echo someone else, What a sweet focal image. I can just imagine all the things she's thinking about. Love the way you put everything together.