Wednesday, August 3, 2011

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Here I am using one of my poor more neglected SU sets Inspired by Nature! This card is for the Sunny Challenges & Creations challenge - a new one which Leigh steered me to. I like the idea of these challenges where we have to use a sketch and a certain stamp set or sometimes it may be an embossing folder or something else from SU.

It is nice to be able to get into some challenges again - so many out there. I have clear embossed the daisies by inking them up with markers and stamping with the SAMJ in position, then stamping over again with Versamark.

Stamps: Inspired By Nature, Pendant Park
Card: Very Vanilla, Always Artichoke, Pumpkin Pie, Baja Breeze DSP
Ink: Always Artichoke, Pumpkin Pie, Soft Suede, Early Espresso
Other: Small oval punch, hearts border punch, Dimensionals, narrow grosgrain ribbon

8 comments:

Leigh said...

Woo Hoo, lovely card Jean.

sarahstamps said...

That is just beautiful, the colours look fantastic together. Thanks for sharing xx

Vicky W said...

Hi Jean, this is a stunning card. I love how you have used your stamp set & use of the sketch. Thanks for playing along with us at Sunny Challenges & Creations.

Kris McIntosh said...

Jean, love your gorgeous card. The embossing over the top is just fantastic. Thanks so much for playing along with us at Sunny Challenges and Creations.

Kylie said...

WOW, what a stunner Jean!
LOVE the colours and how the flowers pop off your card! LOVE your design too!

Take Care,
Kylie X

Gwen said...

Hi Jean,
What a stunning creation you have presented us with this week! Your interpretaion of my sketch is brilliant, and the colouring of your daisies is fantastic and the clever use of the embossing folder along with the border punch really sets it off. Thank you so much for playing along with us and we hope to see more of your creations as we go along!

richardbreaks said...

oooooh, I JUST bought this set, Jean! Hope mine works as well as yours!

Lynette said...

This flower is so real looking! I feel as though I could just "pick" it right off the card! Wonderful work!
Lynette