Saturday, September 24, 2011

"Hi!" My First Frosted Design Card

Happiness is when you stumble into new challenge blogs with an inspiring sketch! (the site is not new, just new to me heheh). So here's my first time playing along with Frosted Design's card sketch challenge #1, yup, it's also their first card sketch challenge!

Using Basic Grey's Indie Bloom. It's the same one paper; Guacamole, using both coordinating sides, matched with pale yellow cardstock.

This is FD's card sketch #1:




Here are some close-ups:

My own handmade satin ribbon bloom :) Crystal sparkle center; Crafio. Sentiment tag; Slice Dilly Dally, inner piece is canvas with sentiment alphas from Basic Grey.

Border punch; Martha Stewart, lace and crochet trim; local supply.

Inside the card. Lace trim local supply.

I really love how the BG papers matches so perfectly, the floral designs really made the card POP!

Thanks for visiting! XOXO!

5 comments:

Lana said...

I love your ribbon trim flower and the colors you chose. Fabulous!
Thank you for joining us at Frosted Designs.

Scrappin Thread said...

Marina,
This is a lovely card. Everything coordinates so well and you've done a great job at layering such different textures. The flower you made is gorgeous! Thank you for joining the first ever Frosted Designs Tuesday Card Sketch Challenge! Please play along again next time. Beverly

Stampalicious said...

This is stunning! I love all those papers you used and I like how you added those cute butterflies
thank you for playing with us at Frosted Designs

Joanne said...

WOW! This is really a FAB car4d! I love all the distress edges, they look super with your lace and flower. And your butterflies really set it all off! SO glad you found us and joined in for our 1st Card Sketch Tuesday at Frosted Designs! Be sure to come back again!

Blossom inch said...

beautiful card again...lovely flower.

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