Monday, October 6, 2008

Scrapping Recipe Challenge #17

Happy Monday to you all!!!
This is the card that I made for the Sketches! {by tamara} Recipe Challenge today. This week's required ingredients were something clear, ribbon and something to give dimension.

I used Cornucopia image from Inkadinkado for my challenge card. First, I stamped the main image on White c.s. with Brilliance Graphite Black ink and colored it in with PRISMACOLOR markers. I used my Rectangle Nestabilities to create the layered and scalloped Rectangle (using my Cuttlebug;-). I added the green strips with ribbon and circle-punched with clear buttons. The sentiment is from Studio G (Michaels). For dimensions I added a little bee ("Sunflower" set from Inque Boutique). I added some piercings, ribbon, clear buttons, a little sponging and some stitching for the finishing touches. Looking for for more inspiration for this Scrapping Recipe Challenge? Stop by Tamara's blog to check out how the other Recipe Design Team incorporated these ingredients in their cards and layouts.


Stamps: Cornucopia (Inkadinkado), Bee (Inque Boutique), Sentiment (Studio G); Papers: Green, orange, white, gold c.s. (Prisma), Patterned paper (Memory Boutique from Colorbok); Inks: Green tea (VersaColor), Chestnut (Inque Boutique), Graphite black (Brilliance); Accessories: Prismacolor markers, Ribbon, Clear Buttons, Stickles; Tools: Spellbinders Nestabilities rectangles collection, Cuttlebug, Sewing machine, Circle punches (2", 1 1/2"), Paper Piercer.

Thanks so much for stopping by today!!! Olena

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At October 6, 2008 at 11:00 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Beautiful card! Love the stamp and how you colored it! Great stitching too!

At October 6, 2008 at 12:28 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

that is beautiful! love the nestabilities dies, great coloring and layers.

At October 6, 2008 at 6:57 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow...this is so beautiful Olena!

Judit V.


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