Friday, June 3, 2011

Anniversary Card

Taking time out from gardening and working outside to enter some some challenges this morning. At Speedy the Cat's Friends this week, Colleen challenges us to use Ivory and Lace on our cards.  I used a sentiment stamp from Mark's Finest Paper's "Happy Pansies" and highlighted that with a GKD"s "Lovely Labels" Stamp and Basic Grey DP from Cappella Paper Pack and  Ivory CS mat all cut with Spellbinders Labels 4 dies.  I used Memento Rich Cocoa Ink and colored some of the label design with Copics B000 and added some highlights with Sakura Clear Star pen. My lace was layered over GKD Ivory CS and and then layered with Ivory Satin ribbon.
Speedy the Cat's Friends Challenge: Ivory and lace used to create anniversary card.
BasicGrey Challenge: Theme is shabby chic....think lace is chic with the ivory combo...hope it shabby enough? Used BasicGrey Cappella.
Bearly-Mine Challenge:  Use die cuts and lace.

Now back to gardening. It's better than housework.
Thanks for stopping by! Theresa


redwasher1 said...

Theresa, this is fablous!!! Love that BG lace.
Thanks for playing with Speedy's Friends.

Winnie and Patty said...

Theresa--what a wonderful anniversary card!!! Great card for the challenge this week! Thanks for playing with us this week at Speedy the Cat's Friends challenge!

Colleen Dietrich said...

Ooooh, thanks for playing along with my ivory and lace challenge, Theresa! I like how you wrapped the card front with the lace piece, and those die cuts are so pretty. Glad you played with Speedy's Friends!

Bella´s Bastelecke said...

Beautiful cards...such cute images...thanks for joining us at Bearly Mine ……..
Hugs Judith

tiggertastic said...

i adore this simple classy make

Good luck in the challenges, hugs Sarah-Louise My Blog

Designing for:
Crafty Purple Frog , Sweet Pea Stampers ,Bearly Mine Designs and Kenny K

Rica said...

Beautiful card Theresa, I love the CAS look, such fabulous colours, papers and your lace is scrumptious .

So glad you joined us in the Basic Grey Shabby Chic challenge,
Heather xx