Quote of the Week

I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.

Maya Angelou

Monday, August 10, 2009

Happy Monday! Enjoy The View!

Isn't this picture GORGEOUS! It's part of the Traveler's Inspiration Challenge. Such a beautiful picture of nature and architecture. My card was going to include the Monday Mojo Sketch as well, but it just didn't work out that way.

I will be back later today with more details. I have an appointment this morning and time is short. I may be back with another post today as well. See you later!

UPDATE: OK, so no other post today, but here are the details on this card.

I used my #2 scalloped die cut for the vellum circle that is behind the main image. This vellum was misted with water and then crumpled up and then flattened out again. I then let it dry. This technique looks really cool if you sponge color on it too. Just an idea for you to try.

Another thing to note is that I added a bit of texture to the grayish piece of cardstock by scoring every 1/2 inch on an angle. The edges are scalloped using a corner rounder. I added a bit of sparkle to the circle of the main image using my 2 way glue pen and dazzling diamonds.

What's In It?
Stamps: Of the Earth (SU), Floral Symphony (verve)
Ink: Chalk Ink (pink), Certainly Celery, Soft Suede
Paper: White, Papirloftet card stock, Vellum, DSWV gray
Other: Scallops #2 die cut, grosgrain ribbon, dazzling diamonds, 2 way glue pen, Kaiser pearls, TPS pear brads, flower TPS, corner rounder


nurselucylu said...

Have I told you lately that I love you? Your blog just makes me SMILE and it is now on my home page.

Wendy said...

Gorgeous card and inspirational blog, I have become a follower. Keep up the good work.
Wendy x x

Winter said...

Oh, BEAUTIFUL! I love everything about it! :)

travelingmama said...

Your card is absolutely stunning! I love all the different elements and especially how you incorporated the flowers! Gorgeous!!

DottyJo said...

Such a beautiful card, love the way you put the flowers over to one side. what a great blog, I'll be hurrying back again soon! Jo x