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Saturday, July 13, 2013

She Sends You Hope and Heart


Greetings! It is Saturday, and time for another Challenge by the Pink Team over at Eclectic Ellapu!  Our theme this week is very appropriate given it is summer.  We are to create projects around the theme of "Flowers!"  I must admit, I had numerous false starts on creating my own project.  I am some nearly three weeks away from my art studio and still working from a very limited selection of images and probably even more limited collection of embellishments.  Finally, my card came together in my mind while I battled insomnia last evening!  I began with a black pre-folded card. This beautiful flower by Paper Artsy was stamped using Broken China and Peeled Paint Distress Paint.  I really like how it contrasts with the black card stock and Distress Ink would not have shown up if I placed it directly on the black card stock.  Some more Distress Paint in Wild Honey and Antique Linen was pressed through a Dylusions Stencil. The sentiment is by Red Lead and was distressed around the edges with Peeled Paint Distress Ink.  Simple embellishments include Tissue Tape by Idea-ology, buttons and burlap string and some vintage seam binding.  I hope you will pop over to EE to see the absolutely breathtaking inspiration pieces of the rest of the Pink Design Team and then submit a piece of your own.  Go on, get inky! Hugs, Yvonne

7 comments:

Dawn @ LilyPinkScraps said...

Love it! So effective on the black background and such a striking image too :)

Brenda Brown said...

A beautiful image Yvonne and it stands out perfectly on black. Love it.
Hugs Brenda xx

Elaine said...

Oooh love this, the flower is awesome x

Elaine aka Ellapu said...

I absolutely love your project. Amazing what insomnia does for you. Fantastic as always xx

Pink-Crafty-Devil said...

absolutely love it. I really like the background that you have created.
Crafty Hugs
Kelly - EE DT
XxX

butterfly said...

Oh cool... love the paint on the black and those buttons look great!
Alison x

Pia S said...

I think you work wonders with the limited stash you've got at hand while away from home. Actually, I can't tell from your cards that you're not at home, I think each card is so different in colors and designs.