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Friday, September 28, 2012

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I recently discovered a challenge called In the Pink.  There current challenge is create a pink project using dry or heat embossing, or both.  I decided to give both a try.  The background paper is dry embossed with a Cuddlebug embossing folder, and the Butterfly by Cavellini is heat embossed with pink embossing powder.  The focal image by Stampsmith is stamped with Worn Lipstick Distress Ink.  Embellishments include pearls, a paper doily, pieces of a vintage book page, vintage seam binding and Idea-ology ChitChat stickers.  I truly appreciate your visits and comments.  Thanks for dropping by.  Best wishes, Yvonne

8 comments:

Dots Dabbles said...

Hi Yvonne, such a beautiful card! I love the pink tones and gentleness of this piece. The main image looks great inked up in Worn Lipstick DI..so very pretty. I hope you have a wonderful weekend Yvonne.
Dot x

Christine L said...

Hi Yvonne

Your card is beautiful... such a fabulous vintage image and gorgeous shades of pink. Your design and layout are perfect also for this image.

Thanks for sharing at In The Pink... good luck and see you again soon!

Hugs
Christine x
ITP

Brenda Brown said...

A wonderful pink creation, so beautifully designed.
hugs {brenda} xox

Katie K said...

Yvonne,
This is just gorgeous. The image stamped in pink is so beautiful, I'd never thought to try that. I love the LO and the background embossing, so delicate and faminine.
Have a great weekend.
Hugs,
Katie

Paula Jane Atkinson said...

What a beautiful soft creation, Yvonne.

lynne said...

The term Pretty In Pink was made for this card Yvonne.
Sorry I've not managed to visit you recently but here I am to say this is such a beautiful card.
Wishes
Lynne

Anita Houston said...

This image is just stunning Yvonne! I love it in pink! Gorgeous!

Maria said...

This is beautiful Yvonne. The Stampsmith image looks stunning stamped in the Worn Lipstick - I never think to stamp these images in a colour - and I love all the added details. Hope you are well and ahead with your Xmas cards.

Maria xxxxx