A Scraphappy Southernbelle

Friday, January 9, 2009

Cuttlebug Challenge #13

As yall know, this week's challenge at Cuttlebug Challenges Blogspot was to create a 'white out' card. Here is mine using one of my fave southernbelle stamps! I also used the following CB EB folders: Swiss Dots, Mosaic Texture, Script, and Distressed Strips. I don't know if you can tell or not, but I even EB'd the flowers with Swiss Dots.

Also, I used one of my new card sketches for this one. Here's the sketch:

Thanks for stoppin by! Have a great weekend!!!
Hugs, Aymee
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10 comments:

Maggie said...

Aymee u r on a roll luv the card and the southern belle
:O
Maggie

Ann said...

Love the circle of brads Aymee - so creative.

Ann xxx

Allison said...

great card and the touch of link is lovely, thanks for joining us
Cuttlehugs
AllisonX

Carter'smomaw said...

Aymee,

That is sooo "pretty". You wont believe this, but I made 2 cards Wed night that were "white out". I didnt know that was what it was called. I made them for the 5th grade teachers to give to our principal and asst. principal. They were given beautiful snowflake necklaces, so I made cards to coordinate with them. I tried to post them on js, but the pics were still too large, so I am waiting until you have time to tell me what Im doing wrong. You card is so much prettier. I love that little belle. That sketch is very good also. I especially like your name at the bottom of your card.

I am so proud of you,

llbbff

Carter'smomaw said...

I went back and looked at your card again, and I think I see that you used 3 different cb folders. Is that correct?

love the b'fly trim too

llbbff

Lorraine A said...

Lovely card, Love the southeren belle too :-)
Lorraine

Karin D said...

Beautiful card, and your sketch is nice too. Keep em' coming.

kim_sonksen said...

Loving the pink edges. Such a pretty card

Captain Scrappy said...

Very sweet card! Love the touch of pink!
Jenn M

BettyBee said...

Very sweet, Aymee! It reminds me of the beautiful art of embroidery in pink or red thread that my grandmother had. It's so lovely.
BettyBee