Monday, 10 May 2010

And another Challenge!

This card I have made using the sketch on Stamptacular Sunday Challenge.

Materials Used
Papermania - Build a sunflower stamp set
Distress inks and distress stickles. (tea stain, walnut stain and mustard seed)
Martha Stewart stamp and punch, butterfly
Sentiment is from Craftwork cards and the paper is from the Papermania capsule collection.

With love


Graphicat said...

What lovely DP you've used here. It's very regal looking.

Thanks for joining in on our challenge at Stamptacular this week!

Annette said...

Wow Sue! Nice take on our sketch challenge - fab card! Thanks for joining us at SSC this week.

Gemma said...

Such an elegant card, love the designpapers and the colours you used, Grat take on the sketch as well, thanks for joining us at SSC this week, Gemma

Val said...

Hi Suzy

Love your take on this sketch. Nice to see some stuff from you again.


mommy2lou said...

such an interesting and different interpretation on the sketch. Im in the mood for summer now!
thank you for joining us at Stamptacular Sunday Challenge!

Leonie said...

O what a gorgeous card! Love the almost vinatge feel you have created and of course those flutterbys are beautiful!! Great job with the sketch and Thanks for joining in with us this week at SSC
Hugs Leonie

*** Suzy B *** said...

Love the colours ..

Paula said...

Ok, FIRST love your blogger header (great minds think alike! wink!)...and I love your interpretation of this sketch...the flower is the perfect choice! Love that it's unexpected! What a great take on this weeks sketch challenge at the Stamptacular Sunday Challenge!

Carolyn said...

Just absolutely love your design paper. The colors are beautiful. I love your flower as well. Great idea. The butterflies are gorgeous. Thanks so much for joining in at SSC.
Hugs xx

Marianne-db said...

Great card! Love the big flowers and the butterflies! Thanks for joining us at SSC this week!

Liverpool Lou (Anne) said...

Beautiful card, love those papers :)
Anne x


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