Monday, February 07, 2011

Elements of Style for The Paper Players and CCCC68

Yes, it's February and they say "Love is in the Air" at The Paper Players challenge #33. Their theme challenge this week is to make a romantic card of any style. So with the inspiration wreath photo below and Stacey Shaffer's Curtain Call Color Challenge I've came up with my romantic I love you card using the Elements of Style stamp set.



Stamp Recipe: Elements of Style, Punch Potpourri, Three Little Words
Ink: Melon Mambo, Pick Pirouette
Paper: Melon Mambo, Pick Pirouette, Wild Wasabi, First Edition DSP, Vellum
Accessories: Full XL Heart Punch. Embosslits Scalloped Heart to Hearts die, Two-Step bird XL punch, misc. pink-tea dye seam binding, a trinket pin from ViolaMahr's Etsy shop, Sticky Strip
Enjoy!

10 comments:

  1. Love the wreath, and such a beautiful card.....

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  2. This is SO pretty! I love the Elements of Style stamped on the dsp, and the ruffled ribbon is perfect!

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  3. Marian, your card is just beautiful! I love how you stamped this image onto DP...need to try this idea! It's so elegant!

    Also thank you for joining us at the Curtain Call!!! Hugs ~S~

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  4. Gorgeous, Marian! I always love the look of stamping directly to the DSP and this look is just superb here! The newsprint DSP really adds to the vintage look. So glad you could join us at The Paper Players again!

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  5. This is lovely, Marian! The stamping over the newsprint gives it a beautiful, vintage look. Thanks for joining us at the Curtain Call this week!

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  6. Those are both just amazing. Love the card with the extra stamping on the paper & that wreath is incredible.... Great pieces of art !!!
    Hugs, Janie

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  7. Wow, I wish I had this card to send to my hubby on Valentine's day. Love the feminine touches with the ribbon!

    Keep it up!

    H

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  8. I scrolled down through a lot of your posts. you have really wonderful cards posted!!! Thank you for sharing all of them.

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Thank you for taking the time in leaving me a comment. I hope I have inspired you. I do take the time to read each comment and value your words of encouragement. Have a wonderful day and happy creating! Marian Garcia, Studio M

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