Sunday, 15 May 2011

Just 3 to share today!

Just a few for today for you. This first one is for SC331 for the sketch, Stampin' Royalty's Challenge #71 Let's Celebrate Mom and for CR84FN28 to use red, yellow and neutral. This is the fab inspiration piccy...



And here's my card. I'm actually going to give this one to my mother-in-law with some tulips as she loves them and has tons of them in her garden!


Recipe:

Stamps: Friendship Jar Fall Fillers from PTI

Papers: Daffodil Delight, Ski Slope DSP (retired), Sunny Garden DSP all from SU, Stampers Select White from PTI

Inks: Real Red from SU, Memento Tuxedo Blac, Copics

Accessories: Daffodil Delight Ribbon from SU, Baker's Twine from Martha Stewart, Pearls from eBay

My next card is for Walzting Mouse Sketch Challenge #47 and old CC72 to use Cool Caribbean (which I swapped for Soft Sky), Certainly Celery and Pretty in Pink. I totally loved Beate Johns card from last week's Waltzing Mouse Sketch Challenge so completely cased it for this challenge! Love how she used all the stamps from Victorian Frippery to create a doily-esque image!


Recipe:

Stamps: Victorian Frippery, Holiday Labels No.14, Fancy Phrases all from Waltzing Mouse Stamps

Papers: Certainly Celery, Soft Sky (retired), Very Vanilla all from SU

Inks: Soft Sky(retired), Certainly Celery, Pretty in Pink all from SU

Accessories: Baker's Twine from The Ribbon Reel, Pretty in Pink Taffeta Ribbon from SU

And my final card for today is for Papertrey Princess Lee's Baby Card Challenge, old Mojo 85 for sketch and for CC322 to use Blushing Bride, Certainly Celery and So Saffron. Perfect colours for using up some old DSP - I have boxes full of it!


Recipe:

Stamps: Sign Language from PTI

Papers: Blushing Bride, So Saffron, Petals & Paisley DSP (retired), Spring Fling DSP (retired) all from SU, Stampers Select White from PTI

Inks: Blushing Bride, So Saffron, Certainy Celery

Accessories: Blushing Bride Ribbon, Scallop Trim Border Punch both from SU

And that's all from me today folks. Thanks for stopping by. Not sure how much crafting I'll get done next weekend as we pick our kitten up on Friday so will probably be spending all my time playing with her instead hehe!

12 comments:

  1. Vanessa, LOVE the tulips and that wonderful sentiment! PRETTY card! THX for playing with us at CR84FN!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Three lovely cards - love the soft pastel colors and the frippery stamps you used on your WMS sketch card - thanks for playing this week!

    ReplyDelete
  3. Such pretty cards, they are all fabulous! I do like the tulip image, it works so well with this weeks CR84FN colours, and the doily in pastels is so pretty!

    ReplyDelete
  4. More weekend lovelies from Vannessa! That pattern you made with the Victorian Fripperie set is amazing! Such an intricate design, and so lovely in those colors!

    ReplyDelete
  5. Vannessa - you really do make the most beautiful cards!! I love your bright red tulips - your mother-in-law will adore it!! Thanks for playing along with CR84FN this week!

    ReplyDelete
  6. Your red tulips are gorgeous!

    ReplyDelete
  7. FABULOUS cards! LOVE your CR84FN card! Dontcha just love those PTI tulips? So fun to color! Your card is amazing! Lovely take on the challenge colors :) Thanks so much for playing along with CR84FN!!!! Hope you'll join us again!

    ReplyDelete
  8. You did a great job with your baby card. Thanks for playing along.

    ReplyDelete
  9. All are wonderful creations and I just adore the soft pinks and blue of your second project. It's so quietly elegant. Thanks for playing along with the Waltzingmouse Stamps Sketch Challenge this week.

    ReplyDelete
  10. WOW! What a fab collection of cards! Those Tulips look stunning and I love all the stamping on the card for the WMSC! Thanks for playing along with CR84FN and the WMSC :)

    ReplyDelete
  11. beautiful job! i love tulips! thank you for playing along with us at the stamping royalty!

    ReplyDelete
  12. What lovely cards!!! I'm loving the soft colors on the doily that you built. Fantastic job!

    ReplyDelete