Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Creative Belli Challenge 104

You are going to love this challenge -- it is for Something Borrowed, Something Old, Something New and/or Something Blue (not necessarily a wedding card).

Since I'm in the process of making my Christmas cards I took this as a real challenge.  Here is what I came up with
The Stamp is a sentiment from Papertrey Ink, the paper is from Webster Pages(new) and the ribbon is MS (old).  The something is borrowed is the heat gun that I borrowed from my sweet daughter to emboss the sentiment.  Mine bit the dust!

Why don't you show us what you can do?  We would love to see your creativity.  Make a project with those guidelines and submit it on the Creative Belli Challenge Blog.

Here are some of the other designers who made some projects to inspire you.

Thanks for stopping and leaving a comment  it helps me be a better blogger and card maker-- Have a HAPPY stamping day!!


Chrissy D said...

Joy - this is absolutely stunning! Thank you for all you do for the Belli Challenges!

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

This is absolutely gorgeous Joy!! I just love your paper and the sheer elegance of this card. I love swans... Beautiful layout with the punching, sentiment, and ribbon! Awesome take on the Belli Challenge. I am so excited to join you talented gals!

Joan Ervin said...

This must be the week for dying heat tools...mine bit the dust, too...LOL!!!! I love your gorgeous card, Joy...the paper is beautiful and I love the scallops you added!!!!

Holly said...

*thud!!!* This is absolutely gorgeous, girl!!!! Ohhhhhh such beautiful eye candy - love the paper and that gorgeous ribbon, those scallops, and the flower - I love it all!

Robin Parker said...

Love the way you used the punch 3 different layers. Never thought to do that. Thanks for the inspiration.

Shelly Schmidt said...

Wow- love the image, sentiment and such pretty ribbon! The way you layered the punches is so pretty- gotta try that!

Robin Kirkpatrick said...

Beautiful, beautiful card, Joy. Love these colors, that gorgeous paper and the three layers of the border punch. Very elegant.


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