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Sunday, August 19, 2012

TSC33: Anything Goes

I have been in  the beautiful state of Wyoming working for three weeks. Wyoming has many beautiful colors in the mountains and valleys, a lot of inspiration. 
I am featuring a card for  The Stampsmith Challenge 33: Anything Goes.   I chose a stamp from the sheet "Shall We Dance" found in the movies section. If you need help getting there e-mail Estelle and she will gladly guide you.

 I stamped the image on glossy cardstock with black archival ink then added color with distress inks. I made the flowers with  punches and the rose with a spellbinders die. The rose is made from the same dp as the matting dp. I added ribbon that I colored and  die cut leaves and flourishes.  This card will put a smile on anyones face.   Thank you for taking your time to visit.


Shona Erlenborn said...

This is just drop-dead gorgeous - but I'm just so happy to see you back blogging! Yeah!!!! Looking forward to many more!

Darlene said...

Beautiful card !!!!

Anonymous said...

A beautiful, joy filled card.
Thank you for sharing with us at FSC.

Valerie H. Marshall said...

Absolutely gorgeous! Brilliant stamping and a wonderful layout! Thanks so much for joining us for the Stampsmith Challenge!
Val :)

butterfly said...

What a gorgeous card -inked image, papers, layering and beautiful flowers! I'm so tempted by the Shall We Dance plate... and you're not helping!! Love it...
Alison x

Julie Mutch said...

This is simply stunning! Lovely job on inking your stamped image, and gorgeous flowers. Thanks so much for playing along with us at The Stampsmith Challenge! :)


Debbie said...

Gorgeous! Love that image and those flowers! WOW! Thank you for joining us at the Stampsmith Challenge!


Maria said...

Wow, a stunning card! I love the tinting on the image and your flowers are fab.

Maria x

Michele said...

i love your entry for the stampsmith challenge. dancing is pure joy and you've represented it wonderfully. xo

Donna Ellis said...

Is that YOU dancing in front of the mirrors (hence two). A gorgeous card! You have a special way of using shading/distressing on your projects to make them very dimensional.