Sunday, 25 April 2010

CARDS Blog Challenge Gallery card


I thought I would do a quick post while I am sitting waiting for my dissertation to print, it's taking a while as it's pretty long and I'm doing it best quality which takes ages too! Then it's off to the shop to get them bound. It's a relief to have it finished but I won't be able to relax until everything is all complete!

Anyway! I thought I would share the card I made for the last challenge over on CARDS blog. The challenge was to use woodgrain. I only have a small woodgrain stamp but it was good enough!

I also used the last sketch over on Stamp With Us blog which I found really useful. The card uses on of my new favourite colours, Hawaiian Shores from PTI! I also used my new punch from SU! The Two-Step Bird, loving this punch!

I was lucky enough to make it into the challenge gallery again :) thanks Paige! You can see my card and the other FAB entries HERE.

I'm a bit tired today after another FAB day out with my friend Kerry! It was gorgeous weather and a trip to Sir Stampalot was very successful! Only 19 days till our next excursion and this time it London & Paris! I cannot wait! LOL!

Oh well best go and sit by the printer! Thanks for stopping by!
Card Stock: PTI Kraft, Hawaiian Shores, Raspberry Fizz & SU! Whisper White & Chocolate Chip
Ink: PTI Raspberry Fizz & Hawaiian Shores, SU! Chocolate Chip
Stamps: Hero Arts Artistic Windows LP128 & SU! Trendy Trees
Accessories: SU! Two-Step Bird Punch & Word Window Punch, Flowers, Gems and Foam Pads from stash.


Aimes said...

Woo hoo! Way to go, Beverley! This super sweet creation really caught my eye as I scanned through the gallery on the CARDS blog - so happy it was made by a blogger I 'know'!

Anne Gaal said...

Hi, Beverley! Congratulations on getting your dissertation FINISHED and printed! Wooo-hooo! What a milestone!

Beautiful card!

By the way, I just wanted to letcha know that I've added you to the "Blog Friends" section of my blog's sidebar! :-)

Tracy Evans said...

Lovely card and the background works really well. Good luck with the printing! Tracy Evans x x