Monday, September 29, 2008

Think Pink. Think Hope.

Every day people hear the news "You have cancer". Cancer has touched us all in one way or another--either personally or someone you know. As October is closely approaching, I thought it only suiting to start making cards with one of my fav sets called Ribbons by CHF.

Yesterday I had the privilege of being able to participate in a Splitcoast challenge. It has been AGES since I did that--and not because I don't want to--just time!
The featured stamper was Terry--she has such an array of cards and layouts to choose from. I found a 3 circle card that I just knew would be ideal for my ribbons set. If you have never participated in a Featured Stamper challenge before the general rule is that you case something from the "stamper's" gallery and list the ways in which you changed the design.
So here goes...I changed the card by adding a scallop at the bottom as well as an additional panel under the scallop, I changed the colours as well as the stamps, instead of using ribbon I used a thin piece of patterned paper, and I used my nestabilities to create a lifted edge rather than a circle punch.


-Get Well Centers (Mona Lisa Moments) by CHF,
-Ribbons by CHF

-Cream by Prism Paper

Patterned Paper
-Noteworthy Patterned Paper by Making Memories

-Mushroom by Ranger, Pink Sherbet by Ranger

-Gemstones by Hero Arts
-Pink Say It with Crystals by Prim

-Scallop Punch by Fiskars
-Nestabilities by Spellbinders
-Paper Piercer

Have a wonderful day.



Bonnie said...

Beautiful Alli!

Marlou said...

this is really gorgeous Alli :) x

Jennifer Roach said...

I LOVE this card :)