Sunday, March 18, 2012

Robyn's Fetish Challenge #99

This week at The Robyn's Fetish Challenge the challenge is to make an easel card. You can find instructions on how to make an easel card HERE. They are not that hard to make and are very fun to look at. You should give it a try. 
We were sponsored by Fred She Said. They have the most beautiful images. Check them out.
For my card I used distressing inks to color in my bird and flowers. I used watercolor paper by Hobby Lobby and then used a Spellbinders die to cut out the flowers. I embossed it as well. The bird I fussy cut it after painting it.
The yellow paper is by CGull. I used a Hero Arts background stamp and yellow ink by CTMH to give it a little pattern but not too much that would take away from the digi's.
The pink carstock is by Recollections and the card base is by Halcraft. The sentiment is a SRM sticker.
Thanks for looking.


Challenges:
http://thepapergirlschallenge.blogspot.com/ -Using stamps for a background



9 comments:

  1. Cindy, I love your card! The ribbon and sentiment are great! Edwina Brown

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  2. Hi Cindy, just stopped by to say hello. I am guest designing at the Pixie Cottage this month and I really think your card is wonderful.

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  3. Very pretty card - thanks for joining us at Totally Stampalicious this week :)

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  4. I love the flowers on your card. Great job! Thanks for joining us at Craft Your Passion.

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  5. Gorgeous card Cindy. Love the way you've used your ribbon.

    Laurence xx

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  6. Wonderful card, such nice colors. Thank you for joining us at House of Gilli challenges.

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  7. Gorgeous spring card. I love the soft colours.
    Thank you for playing at The Pixie Cottage this week.
    Francy

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  8. Great card. Sorry for my tardiness in commenting. Thanks for joining Pixie Cottage.

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  9. Lovely card! Thanks for joining us at Little Darlings Challenges! hugs, Angela

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Cindy