Thursday, February 12, 2009

Birthday Card for Lyne

Today is another friend's birthday; made this card for her following the Saturday sketch challenge on Papercraft Planet. The DP is Basic Grey Stella Ruby. Edge punched with MS Cornice punch. Stamped Inkadinkado image with Colorbox Queues, cut out and embossed with Labels One Nestabilities, rhinestones added to flowers. Inked a couple of Prima flowers, added a pearl and attached. The tiny flowers in lower right are from MS hydrangea punch with rhinestones in center. Scrap of ribbon is from gift packaging, brad by Spare Parts. Used gold outline stickers that say happy birthday along right border. Hard to see in the picture, but they really stand out IRL.

Stamps: Inkadinkado Nostalgia.
Paper: The Paper Studio, Basic Grey Stella Ruby.
Ink: Colorbox Queues.
Accessories: MS border punch, rhinestones, pearl, brad, ribbon, Prima flowers, Nestabilities, outline stickers.

8 comments:

Elyse said...

I'm up early. Girl, I've seen what you can do with fabric and sewing, and your beading, so it should come as so surprise that you turn out works of art with paper. Just not used to seeing yet. This card is amazing, do not even know where to start. Your friend will really like this one!

Mina said...

oh wow love this so much its gorgeous xxx

Chris Scrappin and Stampin in Texas said...

Wow you certainly have a lot of birthdays to make cards for...Antother vintage one. Love the colors and your scalloped edge is divine!

Vicki (basement stamper) said...

This is fab!! Your papers are so very pretty!! :)

"Kirby" (KrB) said...

Another lovely birthday card. That DP is so pretty, and I love the scalloped edge. Beautiful card, Nancy!

Carolyn Bounds said...

What a sublime creation. You have such an exquisite eye for colors and patterns...everything is always stunningly perfect. Your friend is going to love this beauty.

Hugs!
Carolyn

Nina said...

love all your sketches here and your work is just beautiful... going link you to my blog later today, must run some errands now!

Shirley said...

How beautiful and so feninine. So vintage lovely! What a wonderful card fold too!