Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Challenges Challenges

Hello there!  Hope you are doing well!!  
Christmas is over and now it's full speed ahead into 2011!!  
I have been playing and I am entering this card into five challenges! 


1 Card stocks
2 Designer paper
3 Cuttlebug embossing on designer paper
4 Lace
5 Seam Binding
7 Spellbinders Oval Die
8 Stickles
9 Pink Pearl swirls with flowers
10 Large White Pearls
11 Pearl Glimmer Mist

This butterfly and sentiment are from new Our Daily Bread designs sets called Butterfly Single and Faith.  The designer paper is Webster's Pages and is embossed with the Cassie's Folder embossing folder.  I used Tim Holtz Tea Dye ink to stain the designer paper, the lace and seam binding and the die cuts.  I also used an alligator clip with cotton balls to color the butterfly with Blush Blossom and Mellow Moss inks.  Then I 'painted' the butterfly and the peacock in the designer paper with three colors of stickles: Diamond, Cotton Candy and Lavender.  Can you say sparkly?   LOL!!!  

Thanks for visiting and hope you have a great day!!!

Oh and by the way, Our Daily Bread designs has kicked off a 
new monthly challenge starting today!  
Go check it out HERE!

My Siggy


  1. wow what a stunning card love the butterfly and all the gems fab colours as well thanks for joining us at papertake weekly
    Angie x

  2. Great card! Thanks for sharing! I love the sparkle!:)

  3. Sandee,
    This is so stunning it made me gasp! You are very talented and I enjoy your creations. Have a wonderful New Year!


  4. Sandee this is STUNNING!!!! What a gorgeous card and love your vintage feel!!!

  5. Love all the layers and pretty shabby vintage details. Thanks for playing at Flourishes BBB. :)

  6. Oh Sandee this is so gorgeous it leaves me speechless! I love the vintage feel you achieved and all the fantastic texture!!!

  7. Shabbylicious!!! So much lovely creativity here ... thanks for sharing with us in the Tea Room :)


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