Monday, 14 March 2011

Green Challenges

Right ladies am I a neep or what I bought this stamp at simply create on saturday and the green papers because I saw the penny black challenge was green and I don't know why but I thought this was a penny black stamp and it wasn't until today after I had made this card that I realised it is an inkadinkadoo so yes youv'e guessed I can't enter the PB challenge but by luck its coming up to St Patricks day so there are loads of other green challenges I can enter. So I stamped the image with versamagic sage ink then embossed with clear powder , I stamped this image a few times and cut out the flower and the butterflies and layered them up. Papers are bobunny from Simply create and english rose from kaisercraft, pearls and candy from stash. This is a card for one of Robbie's mums friends for her 80th birthday.

9 comments:

Courtney said...

Absolutely gorgeous Aud!! Thanks so much for sharing with us this week at Penny's. Good Luck!!

Courtney~

nnalorac said...

I've done it too Aud, welcome to the neep club. Loverly card and image, like the layering. sure you will get the use out of it! Carolxx

lily said...

Lovely card Aud and no you're not a neep - I would say you are a tattie!!!!!

kath said...

welcome to the neep club...all the best crafters belong...never mind your card is gorgeous even if it doesn't have a penny black on it...big hugs kath xxx

mulberry station said...

Wow, I love yur butterfly image. I really love the green and cream colors together. Very nice card! Thanks for joining us.
Nancy SSW-DT

Hannah Clark said...

Absolutely beautiful card! I love that butterfly! Thanks for playing at Penny's!

Jeannie said...

This is just lovely and so perfect for an almost Spring birthday! Thanks so much for joining us at Sweet Sketch Wednesday.

Peace & Luv,
Jeannie

Shelly's Images said...

So elegant and pretty! Just a beautiful card Aud. We are so happy that you shared your project with us for the "Something Green" challenge this week at Shelly's Images.

Monica said...

So subtle and soothing...love the border on the right and the pop up daisy and butterflies look so pretty.

xxx Monica