Monday, June 29, 2009

Welcome To Paradise

I had so much fun making this card for the challenge over at Pile It On! I just love their site and have been enjoying all the creations over there too. If you have a second, make sure to check the site out because they have done a wonderful job and it is awesome!

The challenge for Pile It On! was to use two or more ribbons. I also combined that with a Mojo Monday sketch, three flowers from the Paper Blooms challenge and a color challenge using brown. However, I cannot remember for the life of me where that challenge came from. If anyone happens to know, holla at me and I will make sure to give credit where credit is due!

For this card I used Bazill cardstock and the patterned papers are from K&Co. The orange paper is by The Paper Studio. The stickers are by Miss Elizabeth and the the two flowers are from Prima, and I am pretty sure that is where the large flower is from as well. I used by SU! scallop punch and lots of ink to distress everything. The fiber ribbon is from Autumn Leaves and I am not sure who the rick rack ribbon by. I used pop dots on the sticker images as well as the large flower to make them jump out a little more. And, I also made a matching envie for this card too, a first for me!

Somehow I got behind on their weekly challenges. Only slightly behind, but still I am bound and determined to catch up! So, expect to see another card or layout post from me tomorrow to get me caught up to challenge three so that I can move on to four and FINALLY be on schedule! LOL!

Happy Scrapping!


Anonymous said...

this card is gorgeous! Makes me want to go on vacation!!

Anonymous said...

hi crystal!

your card is so happy fun summery card! I just noticed that it matches your blog!

Thanks for playing!

-- dalis DTC for Pile It On!

Leanne said...

Hey Crystal!! Love this card! You did a awesome job! Love the colors and it makes me want to go on vacation to! TFS!!

Enfys said...

Wow Crystal, loads of yummy detail on this card. Love the photo of you and your hubby too.
En xx

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