Friday, 5 October 2012

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Hello Bloggers........Are you ready for this weeks challenge at AnnaBelle's?  
Andrea asked us to use any of the Background By Design sets for our cards today.....and honestly I did start with one.  In fact I started with BBD #7 one of my favourites......it reminds me of the  notebooks we used to be given for Maths at school :)
I stamped it in Versa Color Sand Beige to AnnaBelle's smooth white card it just takes away the starkness of the white perfectly.  


I've used layers of ABS digital papers, the daisies and ginghams in Espresso, chocolate and green. 


Swiss dots embossed repeatedly over one strip of the paper to add a little dimension. Trimmed and layered some banners for the sentiment, which is from Squared Posies. Added a Prima flower with some of AnnaBelle's green/white ribbon and a stick pin with a punched butterfly. Then to complete the card three lime Sprinkles.

Pop over to see how the girls worked with AnnaBelle's Backgrounds By Design sets......you'll love them all!
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9 comments:

Lynne said...

Hello
This is a beautiful card.
Can I please ask where can I purchase the digital paper from?
l.bilby@hotmail.com
Thanks so much

lostinpaper said...

Gorgeous Sue! That flower is so beautiful and such a great sentiment banner too!

Gayatri said...

Soft and pretty card. Love all the layers and that pretty flower. Love your card, Sue!

Kylie said...

Beautiful, beautiful card Sue! I LOVE all your layers and your flower is soooooo gorgeous! LOVE your take on this weeks challenge!

Take Care,
Kylie X

Marcia said...

Oh wow, this is pretty. Soft colours, soft texture ... sweet.

sue morris said...

Hi Sue!! wowee girl!! This is beautiful!!! and you did a lovely job with the digi papers. They are so fun aren't they? :P I love instant gratification being able to print them right off.

Lorraine said...

Love the card Sue and the flower is gorgeous. x

Lea L. said...

Pretty!! Love the cute little sentiment banner, and that flower is fab!!

Sue said...

what a stunning display of all the textures, so much beauty to feast the eyes upon! :)