Thursday, February 7, 2013

At Joan's Gardens Challenge #5

Oh I just love how this challenge card came out.  Challenge is, blue, green and white card, use an oval and a stamped sentiment and a flower on decorated paper..
So!  This one has been scored at the 1/8" line white cardstock mounted on blue textured cardstock, with my indispensable Scor-Pal.  (and also available at Joan's Gardens)  Then a printed paper from a pretty collection by Colorbok (Walmart-61305) scored at the  1/4" and corners cut out, so lime green rhinestones could "round" the corners.  The Oval is cut from the standard small ovals by Spellbinders, (Classic Ovals S4-110) and that is embossed with the Sixxix 656982 Butterfly Migration set of Embossing Folders that I got at Joan's Gardens. That was almost the first embossing folder I ever tried!  The flower is cut from Cheery Lynn Deesigns B161 Lace Corner Deco A, that has been stamped with green Ranger Distressed (peeled paint) ink  with a piece of  a (very old Tin Can Mail stamp pattern. (I used in a previous post here.)   The adorable butterflies are Stampin Up's new "Beautiful Wings"  embosslits by Sizzix, and the ink I used to edge this was Blue Frost by Kaleidacolor.  The Just  Because Stamp is a new Sale-a-Bration SU Vintage Verses stamp.  I highlighted the scored lines and the butterflies with  Clear Diamond Ranger Stickles, and Ranger Distress Markers to match the composition (also available at Joans).

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