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April 19, 2009

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I had a chance to create early this week using CPS Sketch 112, the men in my house left early for a trip to Cabelas, giving me some needed time in my studio to catch up on some design work.

I took some creative liberties with this weeks sketch, replacing two of the smaller circles with my Fifth Avenue Floral image. The image was stamped three times in Chocolate on Baja Breeze, then cut out. On two of the flowers I cut various parts of the Rose and popped them up over the first image. I added the Kraft Corduroy Button to the Chocolate Chip one, the prongs from the smaller ones, fit nicely into the openings of the larger ones, their adhered to the card with a pop u glue dot. The sentiment is from Pocket Silhouettes, stamped in Kraft, punch with the Word Window Punch, then punched again, to make it small enough to fit on the small Chocolate Oval.

Stamps - Fifth Avenue Floral, Pocket Silhouettes
Ink - Chocolate Chip
Card Stock - Kraft, Chocolate Chip, Parisian Breeze, Baja Breeze
Other - Dimensionals, Word Window Punch, Small Oval Punch, Pop Up Glue Dot, Corduroy Buttons


BLJ Graves Studio said...

Great card! I love the blue and brown together.

Kristie W. said...

This is so pretty! I really love the dimension you gave the flower. The corduroy buttons are neat!

Linda Beeson said...

Wow, Lisa, this is gorgeous! I love the colors and I love that big flower! Great take on that CPS sketch.

Connie M. said...

Beautiful, Lisa!! Love the double button feature!

Anonymous said...

Simply gorgeous! I'm watching the mail every day for this set and two others, then I'll be case-ing this card!

Thanks for sharing your talent!
Cindy Key

Elise said...

What a cool card, Lisa! Wonderful colors and use of that gorgeous stamp and accessories!

Shivvy x said...

Great card, I love those colours together!

Siobhan xxx

Created With Paper said...

Very creative interpretation of the sketch! The large center flower was a great idea :)

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