Friday, January 22, 2010

CPS150 Sweet birthday wishes

TGIF! Hope you have had a good week - I'm looking forward to the weekend! Sunday is Krafty Kat day - always something to look forward to!!

On Monday I posted a card using this same stamp for this week's sketch challenge at Card Positioning Systems. The sponsor for the challenge is October Afternoon, so I decided to do a second version using their 8x8 pad of Cherry Hill papers. This is also a good example of the different looks you can achieve with the same stamps. Everything is pretty self explanatory, the stamps, buttons, twine and ribbon are from Papertrey Ink, the patterned papers are from October Afternoon and the card stock is from Stampin' UP .

To make my paper flower, I used the two smallest Spellbinders Blossom dies with the text paper from the Cherry Hill collection and crumpled them up, then aged them and the rest of the paper panels with Papertrey Ink's tea dye duo inks. That's about it!

Thanks for looking! Enjoy your weekend!

9 comments:

chercroppin said...

Love it Robin, very pretty...great choice in DP's, and I'm such a FAN of buttons...I need MORE!! LOL

Great job with the flower : )

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

Very cute, Robin! Love all the cherries and buttons.

Lianne Raateland-Steenvoorden said...

i love the cherry!!!

jdmommy said...

I love those cherries, and all the buttons! What a fun card, Robin!! Well done, my friend!

The Rubber Maid said...

Great papers and the added buttons just sews it all together. Happy weekend. Pat

Silke Ledlow said...

Beautiful card - GF!!! I wish I could combined DP like you!!! Love the sweet PTI Set you used :)!!! Hugs ~S~

Tammy Hershberger said...

What a cute card! Love all those sweet cherries and the button embellishments! Glad you linked it up on the Stamp Simply challenge so we could all see it!

Teresa Kline aka va.sunshine said...

wow, this is gorgeous...so adorable!

enjoy *~*

Jenny Gropp said...

The perfect paper once again -- how do you have the perfect DP every time -- where do you keep it in your little nook???