Monday, June 7, 2010

Plan for A Miracle-Post no. 2

***This is post no. 2 for today-please scroll down to see my
There She Goes Challenge card***


I owe this card to Karen. She made an awesome card last week with this sentiment, and sad to say, I didn't know where this sentiment had come from. Yes, I'm ashamed to admit this! BUT, I was super excited to find out it was part of the Delightful Little Things

set from Ippity. I'm sure I glanced at it when I first got my set and just never paid much attention to it. It's sad I know, and I guess a negative to having so many stamps, LOL! You know, too many stamps, so little time! I'm happy to say I inked it up and made sure I gave some of my other neglected stamps a once over this weekend, too. Some more under-loved images were made happy this weekend! This week's IHHC27 challenge is to use fabric or canvas on your creations this week. Thanks Eva for the great challenge. And this also happens to fit the Moxie Fab-Fun With Fabric Challenge. Have you seen it? If you work quick you have till midnight tonight to get yours in.
I pulled out a swatch, added some stitching and left the edges raw! I just love using fabric like pattern paper-adding an extra pop of texture is just what this card needed!

I used Karen's Sweet Sunday Sketch 72. I changed up the rounded element for a chipboard butterfly that I stamped with a Bit of Burlap and finished off with a button! I also used my own Tuesday Tip from last week and stamped the sentiment on designer paper. Hope you like it! Be sure to stop by the Ippity blog for the full line up for participants.

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18 comments:

  1. Hi!Lisa this is so so *lovely*,just love the butterfly and the Burlap(mes got this stamp now)
    Thank you.x. i have my lovely stamps now,have made a card just with one set of rubber and will put it on my blog.I have took a photo of the stamps to show and tell my crafty friends.Is it ok to put the photo on my blog? and will link you Lisa.hugs Lou.xx

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  2. Gorgeous card, love all the little touches going on. That bit of burlap on the chipboard butterfly is awesome! love it.

    lisa a.

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  3. That burlap-y butterfly is so real looking and cool! Love this!

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  4. Oh dear me, this is just lovely!

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  5. Lisa,
    your card is beautiful! I LOVE the sentiment, the burlap butterfly and your paper piercing and stitching. It's gorgeous!
    Hugs and smiles

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  6. lisa, this card is SO adorable! love the butterfly and the way you did the sentiment--and the piercing:)

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  7. Nicely done! Love the burlap butterfly!

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  8. Stunning card Lisa!!! The burlap butterfly is just so perfect with the button in the middle...love it!

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  9. GORGEOUS use of that sentiment. Those colors are rockin' and LOVE the kissed butterfly! GORGEOUS!

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  10. Hey Lisa! Thanks for entering the Fun with Fabric challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you played along! :)

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  11. really pretty - love that stamp!!

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  12. I really like your color choice and all the layers. very pretty!

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  13. ohhh la la...this is GORGEOUS! Love that fabric...and your paper piercing around the edge is a perfect finishing touch!!

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  14. WOW! What an amazing card, I really love the butterfly~Gorgeous!

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  15. This is one fabulous card. Love that fabric and all the Ippity you used on this card.

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  16. Lisa I love your honesty!! LOL!! It is hard to know where each of those wonderful sentiments come from. But I bet you won't forget it again!! ROFL!! I love your fabric panel and how the finished product turned out!! Awesome!

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  17. What an amazing card! I love the colors, design, and the burlap stamped butterfly is so beautiful!!

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Thanks so much for your kind and supportive words. I appreciate each of you taking the time to leave some love. Have a great day!