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February 7, 2010

TechnoStamper Sketch Challenge - A Gift for You

Thanks for stopping by, I hope you've been having a great weekend!  Here's what I created using MJ's TechnoStamper Sketch Challenge.  Sorry about the bit of shadow over the sentiment the bow was blocking my light - it reads Birthday Wishes and is from the Simple Sentiment set at Kitchen Sink Stamps.  For the focal image I used the Multi Step Gift stamping the gift our in backwards order #4 Memento Rich Cocoa, #3 SU Soft Suede, #2 Memento Desert Sand, #1 Memento Desert Sand, and the ribbon, also our of order: #Regal Rose, #2 Pretty in Pink, #1 Pink Pirouette, #4 Regal Rose.  I chose my colors from the beautiful Basic Grey Bittersweet Papers that I used on this card.

Stamps - Kitchen Sink Stamps Simple Sentiments, Multi Step Gift
Ink - Memento Rich Cocoa, Desert Sand, Stampin' Up! Regal Rose, Pretty in Pink, Pink Pirouette
Card Stock - Chocoalte Chip, Pretty in Pink, White
Other - Basic Grey Bittersweet, Lattice Punch, Bow Easy, Chocolate Satin Ribbon, Glue Dot

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Be sure to stop back tomorrow for Kitchen Sink Stamps Monday - I've created an altered jewelry piece to share with you!


Vickie Kertz said...

Another fantastic color combination. So rich looking. TFS

Gerrie Johnnic said...

?for me? It's a beautiful gift!

rozie640 said...

oh my gosh that present looks so real. Love the colors, that bow is beautiful.

Basement Stamper said...

Lisa, love the paper (he he) and the silk bow is gorgeous with the present.

Hetty said...

Great card Lisa! Love the color combo.

Lynn McAuley said...

What beautiful colors for this gorgeous birthday card, Lisa! Awesome layout!

MJ said...

Love it! What a beautifully wrapped gift, these stamps are so cool how they look so real. Thanks for playing along.

Connie Fossenier said...

Whoa Ho...on bittersweet Bacic Grey...everything ties in so well with the image...awesome.
Love that darn BG..
connie paxman

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