Inspired by Nature

By | July 14, 2009

Today's card includes Splitcoast Stampers' Monday Challenge (Try a New Technique).  It's TLC229 hosted by Lynn in St Louis.  The challenge was to make a card using the faux grid technique.  You can get all the directions here.

Inspired-by-Nature

 I tried taking a picture with the white background but the picture seemed washed out so I decided to try a black background.  What do you think?

Thanks for stopping by and see you tomorrow!

I've decided to do something a little different so that every post does not have a lot of "stuff" on it.  You can download a file and print it out which contains a picture of the card, the supplies and directions.  Let me know if you like this new format.

Download Inspired by Nature July 2009.pdf (73.1K)

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Recipe:

  • Stamp Set:  Inspired by Nature (111656)
  • Paper:  Almost Amethyst (102158), Whisper White (100730), Tea Party DSP (113992)
  • Ink:  Almost Amethyst (101723), So Saffron (105213), Certainly Celery (105217)
  • Accessories: Almost Amethyst (100043), So Saffron (105114), Certainly Celery (105106), Going Gray (retired) Stampin' Write Markers, Key Tag Punch (retired), Small Corner Rounder Punch (retired), Sponge Daubers (102892)

Inspired-by-Nature

Tea-Party-DSP

2 thoughts on “Inspired by Nature

  1. Jennifer Schmidt

    What a pretty, pretty card! I love the soft colors and it does really stand out against the black background. The images are gorgeous and I love that Tea Party paper too!

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  2. CathyRose

    This is really original, Rachel! Love the soft colors and the Tea Party paper is one of my favorites!

    Reply

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