Thursday, January 20, 2011

Stamp n Doodle



It's time for a new Stamp-n-Doodle Challenge
Theme: Get Dressed Up


January 20 - 26



The design team was challenged to use a really fun dress template to create cards for this week's challenge.


Here's my card:



I didn't really mean for it to be so simple and easy-peasy, but when I got to playing around with different ideas with the template in hand, I kept going back to a beautiful piece of embossed paper that I purchased at our office supply store about a year ago. The store decided to close their tiny scrapbooking room and marked the papers and such down in price to move them out. This is one of the papers I purchased, but I had never found the time to use it until now.

Because the white paper is embossed with flowers and bumblebees, I chose yellow embellishments.



Designer Paper: Lasting Impressions for Paper, Inc.
Embellishments: Classic Traditions satin ribbon and Paper Studios buttons

7 comments:

Gael said...

Beautiful! As 'they' say, sometimes less is more. I LOVE it!

Lola said...

Nothing wrong with "simple" especially since it's gorgeous!

Rose said...

This is just lovely! Simple but so sweet, I love it!

Darlene said...

This is so pretty & ditto Gael's comment!
Where did this template come from, or did you make it yourself? I have one also, but not as nice as this one. The embossed paper is beautiful.

Lorie said...

This is precious, Jeanette, and just perfect the way it is! I'm really getting in to the CAS look, and I'm trying to work them in more and more! This is absolutely inspiring!! Thanks so much for sharing!!!!

Love ya,
Lorie

BlueInks said...

Really sweet looking. I love the embossed white and the yellow accents. It turned out perfect.

Jazzie Casas said...

The most important thing to remember is not to feel defeated, you need to continue exercising even if you are not able to accomplish as much as you hoped right away. You will eventually get there; you’ll start to feel healthier, and have a sense of pride in your commitment to your health.






cooking tips