Wednesday, February 16, 2011

February CCC

I received a note from Sally in the UK to say that she received the card I made for her for the February Card Chain Challenge managed and organised by the lovely, and extremely funny, Deborah Nolan.  So I am posting it here to share with you.

Paper: PTI cardstock
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, CTMH Juniper Dye Ink, Shabby Shutters & Broken China Distress Inks
Stamps: Hero Arts
Other: Pearls(Hero Arts), Martha Stewart Butterfly punch, PTI Edgers Die #1, Corner Chomper

I started off by rounding the card base corners with the corner chomper and then stamping the front of the card with the Envelope Background stamp using Juniper dye ink.  I added the scalloped edge which I made using the PTI Edgers #1 die, love it!  And then I stamped the Friends Definition over it with the same Juniper ink. The round panel was stamped with the Hero Arts Hydrangea stamp and very, very lightly coloured with some Shabby Shutters and Broken China distress inks. I added a few pearls and a little butterfly and finally stamped the sentiment.

I enjoyed trying to follow the sketch that Deborah provided, and the colours as much as possible, and one of the suggested themes of Friendship.  Thank you Deborah for everything that you do!

Thanks for stopping by and for all the lovely and generous comments I received on my postings yesterday!

8 comments:

CinnamonSally said...

I was thrilled with this card Brenda, if you check my blog out you will see it featured there as well :0)

susanne said...

Beautiful card Brenda!

Michelle said...

Oh My Gosh,Brenda!!! I saw your card on Sally's blog and just had to come by and say "OH MY GOSH!!!" I love this card!!! Every inch of it is perfect!!!

Barb said...

Gorgeous, Brenda! Love your take on the sketch!

Elena said...

What a pretty card for a friend. I LOVE IT!!!
You said that you just moved here last year...where are you from? UK? I see that the card was sent to UK (is that Australia or England) Pardon my ignorance but I NEED TO KNOW!! I am beginning to feel like I know you a little bit...and I want to get to know you better.... Keep up the great work!

Rosemary said...

stunning card, brenda! i used the hydrangea stamp for the card i made for the CCC, too! great minds think alike, i guess... tee hee!!

Emily Leiphart said...

This is absolutely gorgeous, Brenda! Lucky Sally to have such a beautiful card! There you go again with that edger die. I think it's going into my shopping cart. LOL

Jacqueline said...

So happy to see you received your Hydrangea stamp - looks beautiful here - such a pretty card!