Monday, March 29, 2010

TSG48 - It's A Beautiful Day....

Happy Monday everyone and I hope your day is indeed beautiful...
Today being Monday means that it's time for a 

There She Goes Challenge

and this week we have to

"Follow A List"

Yes, this week Jessica has challenged us to
complete the list by using the items below...
And you may NOT use more than the allotted for each item...

We have to
* Use 3 different colours
* 2 different design papers
* 1 button
* 1 Ribbon
* No other embellishments

I think I can do this,
here is my card...

For this card I decided to use the beautiful "Poppies" Stamp Set...
 I am completely and utterley in love with this set!!
I coloured in the poppies with my Prisma's and then cut them out.
I also stamped and embossed the little butterfly that also comes with
the set and coloured them in with my Prisma's as well.

Ok... Number 1: 3 different colours: Red, Black and Beige
(white doesn't count), Check!
Number 2: 2 different design papers: Easy...
Some gorgeous October Afternoon "Root Celler" 
and some gorgeous paper from Jenni Bowlin, Check!
Number 3: One Button: Easy...Check!
Number 4: One Ribbon: Easy again...Check!

And ummmmmm, now, ok, see this is where I went wrong on one of the "rules"... 
I used different embellishments...BUT I HAD TO!!! 
(ok, am using full on whiney voice now)
The little butterfiles NEEDED them..... ;0)

Just a closer look at my colouring with my Prisma's
Which I will be giving a short tutorial about on Wednesday
on the TSG blog...

And this is just a shot of the inside of the card...

Now, I just know you will have so much fun doing this challenge...
So why not head on over to the
Check out all the details, cause Jessica has some really
awesome prizes when you take part in the challenges
and if you are in need of a little inspiration checkout
the Trendsetters while you are there....

Stamps: TSG Poppies Stamp Set
Paper: October Afternoon, Jenni Bowlin, Bazzil Cardstock, White Cardstock
Ink: Versafine Onyx Black
Accessories: Ribbon, Button, Kaiser Craft Pearls
Technique: Prisma Pencils, Embossing

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