Sunday, November 28, 2010

Cooking up a card on Sentimental Sundays

This week's challenge on the Sentimental Sundays Challenge blog is a recipe challenge - 3 designer papers, 3 buttons and some ribbon - sound like fun? Stop over and check out all the wonderful inspiration by the design team and play along. You could win four INDIVIDUAL sentiment sets from the Raindrop Echo Designs Whimsy Stamps Digital Collection AND a custom watermark/signature set from the Custom Designs at Whimsy Stamps. Ann has some truly gorgeous sentiments sets that will be in the shop at Whimsy Stamps beginning on December 1 and I couldn't resist using one for my challenge card this week:



I used some Pinefeather (PTI) for my card base and the digi paper is all from Jessica Sprague's fine website. I used my nesties (surprise, surprise) and some buttons from SU threaded with some of that nifty 1/8" taffeta ribbon from SU - love that stuff!

Please do stop by the blog and check out the creations from the design team. Ann has brought together an exceptional group of artists and their creations are truly wonderful.

Thanks for visiting!

~chris

Design Team Coordinator:
Sentimental Sundays
Kaboodle Doodles

If you have any questions about techniques or materials used in the work displayed on this blog, feel free to use the email link on the left and I will gladly answer your questions.

9 comments:

Cheryl said...

Chris, this is so pretty! I love it!

nicoleqmullen said...

This is beautiful Chris. The new sentiment looks so fab on it!

Papertrails by a paper lover said...

Me oh my is this ever beautiful! Love everything about this! :-) Amy

HappyCrafter said...

So beautiful! Love the new sentiment image, and you've created such pretty feminine card with it :-)

Allison said...

Oh Chris...this is so darn purdy! Love it with that die!

Kimberly S said...

What a lovely card Chris! That loopy edged circle is fabulous, and just perfect to show off your sentiment! :)

Juanita said...

Nice work. Very seasonal.

Tameko said...

Pretty card. Great tip about the ribbon.

Curt in Carmel said...

Gorgeous card Chris. Love the ribbon in the buttons instead of the traditional twine or thread. Really adds a very nice look. Also love the Nestie that you used for the background on your sentiment piece. Hope your Thanksgiving was a success with all the guests you were expecting! Best, Curt

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