Tuesday, 29 April 2008

...and here's the other one

I couldn't get Blogger to load this yesterday so you've had to wait, I'm afraid. As you can see, the card uses exactly the same pieces of cardstock and ribbon as yesterday's giraffe sample; I've just switched them around a bit. 

Stamps: Polka Dots & Paisley (p51) 
Cardstock: Old Olive, More Mustard, Ruby Red, Very Vanilla
Ink: Versamark®
Accessories: ¼” Grosgrain Ribbon – Always Artichoke (p86), Round Tab Punch (p80), Circle Rhinestone brads – Fire (p85), Stampin’ Pastels® (p82), sponge daubers (p81), 1/16” hand-held circle punch (p80)

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  1. Beautiful card. Really neat how it's the same as the card before but switched around a bit, good job !

  2. This is a lovely card! Very nice work!

  3. Wow - what a fab example of how the same materials can be used in a totally different way! I love it!

  4. very nice card..love the color combo.

  5. Beautiful! Pretty ribbon accent!

  6. Very nice - both of these layouts. I like how you've designed two cards with the same layouts but totally different - does that make sense? One for a child and one for an adult! I also like how you used a little piece of Ruby Red in the corner rather than making a mat for the whole image - nicely done. CC


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