Sunday, February 6, 2011

The Shabby Tea Room-Week #47-"Get Creative"

Happy Sunday!

As the weekend comes to a close, I had fun staying at home yesterday and making another card. We got more snow again with a level 2 for the county. So, going out shopping for more craft supplies for me was a "no-no". But, there is always time for that, right? :-) This card is for The challenge is asking for one to "get creative" with no patterned paper allowed and your own handmade embellishments.  I kept the card simple.  The background was stamped with one of my favorite Inkadinkadoo stamps.  I used my blender pen to fill in the butterflies with SU inks.  The flower was made with coffee filters and sponged on Ranger Inks.  I couldn't help but add a few blings around the flower and on the butterflies.  This was a fun challenge for me to think outside the box.  And I enjoyed looking at all the many lovelies!  Thank you, Shabby Tea Room! 

Paper:  Kraft
Stamps:  Inkadinkado(background), PTI(sentiment)
Ink:  SU(Bravo Burgundy), Marina Mist
        Ranger Ink(Fired Brick), (Broken China)
Coffee filter
Punch:  SU(scallop circle)
Button:  My Stash(flea market)
Gems:  Recollections
Floss:  JoAnn Fabric


  1. You stamped the background and colored it. You picked the perfect colors; they go smoothly into one another.And I love that. And your handmade flower? Gorgeous! Your card is beautiful!
    Enjoy your Sunday; the advantage of not being able to shop is get rid of your stash. And if you use a lot of your stash, you also have another reason to shop! :)

  2. LOVE that stamp, great job on the flower, it's so pretty! thanks for joining us this week at the Shabby Tea Room!! : )

  3. What a gorgeous card! I love that Inkadinkado image and the flower is fabulous. Just a super CAS card

  4. Sorry I missed this card! This is so my taste! So sweet!

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