Jan 30, 2009

Clean and Simple

Limited Supply Challenge #205
Happy Friday to you all !!!
The challenge on SCS calls for a Clean and Simple Card. This is the card that I designed using the
Inspired by Nature set. I just added a few touches like the piercing, the jumbo brad and small piece of ribbon for accents.

RECIPE:
Stamps: Inspired by Nature
Paper: Whisper White, Pacific Point
Ink: Pacific Point, Kiwi Kiss
Accessories: jumbo brad, striped Pacific Point ribbon
Tools: piercing tool, 13/8" circle punch, butterfly punch


Thanks for stopping by.

16 comments:

Alison said...

Beautiful card, love the colours.

Vera said...

Wow, I love everything about this card! The details are just amazing! Thanks for the inspiration.

Charlene said...

Very pretty card, the colours are are great.

Desire Fourie said...

Less is definitely more. This is stunningly beautiful Love the way you've continued the grass stamp on the main image and set off from the background. Lovely colour combo as well. Hugs from Desire

mariemc said...

This is gorgeous - love the colors and the details you added are wonderful!!!

Nancy Riley said...

AMAZING!!!!!

Monika/Buzsy said...

Beautiful! Love th colors and the lay-out. TFS!

mudmaven said...

This is gorgeous! So elegant and classy! ~chris

pescbrico said...

What a very cool card! Very lovely!

Debbie said...

Beautiful Chat....isn't it amazing what just a little bit of piercing, some ribbon and a brad will do? TFS

Janna said...

I love this image!! You did an amazing job! it has a very tranquil feel!

Smiles,
janna

Lorri said...

Love this card, Chat! I am so glad we got this stamp set at convention. Where did you get the butterfly punch? Great work, as always.

newenglandstamper said...

Oh my goodness, this card is awesome!! Great work!! Ali

Christina Hill said...

Very pretty. Your cards are wonderful.

Alicia said...

I love this card you made. It inspired me to make a card using Inspired by Nature and butterflies. Your cards are wonderful! Here's my blog link so you can see what I created!

http://happystamp.blogspot.com/

Nicole said...

Hey everyone!

firstly I would just like to add what everyone else has already said, I really like your card designs! Keep up the good work, I think you have a real talent! I really wish I could make my own greetings cards! I have tried in the past to make my own cards, but failed terribly! So, until I have plucked up the confidence to try again, I may have found a free alternative way to send birthday greetings! There are so many people that don't really agree with sending e-cards, I think maybe they feel that it is a lazy way to send a greeting, and are more in favor of the traditional way of buying a 'real' card, and sticking a stamp on it and popping it in the post.
However, I think this is one of those cases of 'don't knock it till you've tried it', I am a fan of electronic greetings cards. A lot of my computer wiz kid mates introduced me to e-cards, and that is how I began using them. I think when you try something new, you are recommended it by word of mouth, and that is exactly what happened to me.
I have recently been sending my friends a Happy Birthday e-Card greeting when they are at work! They just said it was a really idea and that it brightens up their day. I have tried quite a lot of e-Card sites, and I have now found a really cool Free Happy Birthday Day e-Card site that I really like. This particular site has an awesome application where you can upload a photograph of yourself and incorporate it into your card. This is such a clever idea, and adds that personal touch, and as I already mentioned this particular site is totally free. I think e-Cards are definitely worth a try, they are not for everyone, but I am becoming a fan! Just wanted to share my findings with you all. Have a good rest of your afternoon, Nicole.

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