Saturday, April 19, 2008

Wild Inspired Two Scoops

This card is for today's Inspirational challenge on SCS. Such yummy fabric!! I can't believe how much of the two scoops dp I used on this card, although I love the layered paper. The image is from the Wild Rose set which, I admit, I have only used once since I won it some time ago. I used the blender pen to add a bit of saffron. My personal goal this weekend is to ink up some of my currently unloved sets. I have so much that I don't use! So you will be seeing some different images this weekend! I have a ton of cards that I HAVE to make and a new tool I want to play with....oh...and some VERY exciting news to come too! I will keep you all in suspense till later. :-)
Recipe:
Stamps: wild rose, live your dream
Paper: kraft, whisper white, two scoops dp (basicgrey)
Ink: regal rose, pretty in pink, so saffron, wild wasabi
Accessories: blender pen, pink ribbon (offray)

10 comments:

Angie Tieman said...

This is beautiful!! I never really cared for this set, but you made it look fabulous with this paper, very shabby chic! Love it!

kaleidoscopeimpressions said...

I'm glad to have this chance to look at your beautiful cards. Found you at SCS (aka anniepanda).
I am so going to save your blog so I can visit often!
Blessings, Joyce

Jamie Martin said...

Nice card, you did a great job on the challenge :)

Carolina said...

Maren, your take on the challenge is just beautiful...love the strips of paper - they really remind me of ribbon!

Cassie said...

I saw this in the gallery and it was my FAVORITE of all the creations....should've known it was from you!!

Lindsey (jacksonbelle) said...

You do fantastic work! Darling blog! :)

Elaine said...

Another great card, love the layers of paper, reminds me of Calico Corners. :)

LeAnne said...

Love what you did with the DP...and the rose! Can't wait to hear your news...I am sure it is something exciting!
LeAnne

Bee said...

Oh I love all the layering of those fab papers. It's beautiful! :-)

Ana Baird said...

Really baeutiful!