Monday, February 8, 2010

Splitcoast's "Featured Stamper" Challenge


Barbara Anders (aka "Bar") was the "Featured Stamper" at the Splitcoast "Featured Stamper Challenge" (FS157 - Raise the Bar!) yesterday and I chose this card from her gallery! You can also check out her blog and leave her a comment for some blog candy here. I thought her card was so lovely and could not believe that it only received 2 comments! For the challenge we are supposed to change a least two things..... I changed many more but stuck with card layout that she used. If anyone would be interested in taking on this challenge, you can find it here!

The flowers that I used are some that I bought from Michaels and the leaves I used with them are some that I cut and paper sculpted years ago for a quilling project. I paper sculpted the flowers too and then added a couple of colors to the centers for some contrast.

Thanks for stopping by for a visit!
Finished Card Size: A7/5"x7"
Supplies

Papers: My Mind's Eye "Wild Asparagus" (patterned papers), Bazzill
Stamps: Hampton Art "Studio G" (sentiment), Flora & Fauna by KaiserCraft, CC Ruben Stamps, Judith
Ink: "Pearlescent Ivy" and "Victorian Violet" Brilliance Pigment (sentiment), Memento "New Sprout"
Tools: Pazzles "Inspiration Creative Cutter"
Accesories: Recollections "Pearl Stickers", Offray Ribbon, "Brides" Flowers from Michaels, Martha Stewart "Eyelet Lace" Border Punch, "Olive Green" (#15) and "Eggplant" (#107) Marvy LePlume II Markers

6 comments:

Leslie Miller said...

Oh, good heavens, this card is a dream! So soft and lovely, like a beautiful garden!

Gibson_girl5 said...

Great job on the challenge Pam! The DP is such a soothing pattern and I just love what you did with the flowers!

Teri

Patti.Jo said...

This is a very pretty card and love the color choices and all the details!!! Well done!!!

Velta said...

Oh my word Pam this is absolutely stunning!!! Your card's colors are just beautiful and I love the flowers!!

Tiffany said...

I have really enjoyed your blog! You've got some really great inspiration here!! I look forward to your next post!!

Jerri Kay said...

This is so pretty Pam, I especially love the flowers in the upper left corner. A very beautiful card!