Saturday, May 1, 2010

Ahhh. Saturday!

Got up waaaaay too early this morning! The neighbors had a yard sale, which meant they were clunking around at about 6:15. I love my neighbors - they're great - but come on, now!

Used my time to cruise some of the challenges and found a Clean and Simple Challenge at Flutter By Wednesday and a color challenge -aqua - at The Pink Elephant.

I came up with this:
I cut the mask using my Cricut (Stretch Your Imagination) and mixed Pool and Silver Dabbers to cover it. I stamped the Verve butterfly with Graphite Brilliance. Flowers are Prima, ribbon from Micheael's and the button from Oriental Trading. The scalloped circle was cut with a Nestie.
Shoestring Alert!
On my web-travels this morning, I found a new digi-stamp site I'm all excited about. The verse is from The Cutting Cafe, which had a BOGO today to celebrate {i}NSD!

Thank you so much for stopping by today! Please come again soon - leave me a link so I can blurf in your direction!

Elizabeth

9 comments:

  1. What a fantastic card! Thanks for playing along with my flutter by challenge!

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  2. Very pretty! Great way to add a verse, I really like it!

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  3. This is so cute and great colors.

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  4. Fabulous card!! Great job with this weeks color challenge!! Thank you so much for playing along with us at TPE this week!!
    Sheri-TPE DT

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  5. great colour! I like how you put the card together-very chic

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  6. Wowza!! This is gorgeous!!!!

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  7. So pretty! Love the black background behind the butterfly. Thanks for joining us at Flutterby Wednesday!
    Hugs
    Jodi=)

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  8. Love that verse:) Super colors and card!! And I might need to get that Cricut cartridge! TFS:) Great stuff:)

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  9. Lovely card, I like the colors and the butterfly :) Thank you for your visiting my blog! You ask me for the tutorial, I have not thought to do but if you really wish especially for you will do:)
    This is my mail: fiferutka@gmail.com
    If you want you can write me:)
    Regards, Irena!

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