Wednesday, April 28, 2010

New Verve




I had to take a cleaning break (getting ready for company tomorrow), so combined the SCS Sketch Challenge with the Color Throw Down Challenge to use Barely Banana, Rich Razzleberry, Old Olive and Pale Plum. I thought this striped DP by BasicGrey picked up all the colors well. I embossed 4 white squares using my CB and small EF. The flower is a layering of 2 punches by Martha Stewart. I LOVE the font on this sentiment from a newly released set by Julee Tilman. The butterfly is a Sizzlet from SU that is so fun to layer. I need to run some errands, so looks like I'm going to have to battle some winds. Another call for possible frost tonight...brrr.

STAMPS: One Person by Verve
PAPER: Cottage Wall DP by SU, Eva DP by BasicGrey, Barely Banana, Old Olive, Rich Razzleberry, White
INK: Rich Razzleberry, Barely Banana
ACCESSORIES: Rhinestone stickers, Waterlily punches by MS, Brad, Butterfly embosslit (SU), 2-step bird punch (SU), CB EF

9 comments:

Michelle-Jersey Girl said...

This is beautiful!

Bonnie McLain said...

I love the embossing on the back four... so very pretty.. and also love the butterfly that just sort of perched on the corner... your flowers are very pretty too.. I just love the whole card... can you tell.. Have fun with your company..

Broni said...

This is gorgeous, Wanda!! I love it!!! Thanks for playing in the Throwdown!

maryr917 said...

wanda this sentiment is so inspiring-love the layout you used and the colors are so rich-nice work on both challenges-we have another frost warning as well-we had to move our potted plants back inside-enjoy your company

Betty Wright said...

Wanda, this is fantastic! Love the pattern choices and textures! Gotta love the bling, too! Lovely card!

Vicki Dutcher said...

Wanda doesn't Julee's fonts JUST MAKE THE CARD ELEGANT!! And of course, your is beautiful!!

Edna said...

Wonderfully VERVEalicious!! Love the embossed BG squares, they are a great base for the fab sentiment and embellies!

Darsi said...

This card is fabulous--LOVE everything about it!! What did you use to make your leaves?

Peggy said...

Very dainty and pretty!