25 September 2007

Kitty's Blog Candy Challenge

Kitty is doing a Blog candy challenge this week. The challenge is to make a card using the following elements: a stamp/s, patterned paper/s, flowers/blooms and jewels and then you could be in chance of winning her lovely blog candy.

This my creation. I have stamped the gorgeous Eat Cake Graphics stamp (from First Class Crafts) with Stazon ink and then coloured using Whsipers brush markers with a waterbrush and added ultra fine glitter to the hats and snow. This was then mounted onto card then 3D foamed. The panel behind is designer paper from Partners mounted onto purple card. Message printed from PC (Angelina font used) and mounted to more purple card. Papermania Jewels added to the panel. Gorgeous purple poinsettia added to the corner with a brad.

  • 'Sarah Pulls Nicky & Otto' by Eat Cake Graphics
  • Card blank by Anita's
  • Card stock by Bazzill Basics
  • Designer paper by Partners
  • Flower by Prima Marketing Inc
  • Brad by Doodlebug Designs
  • Jewels by Papermania


  1. Thanks for entering my challenge! I love this card, its soooo sweet!!

  2. Michelle this is just gorgeous, well done on a beautiful card

  3. Michelle, just love everything about this card, Good luck in Kitty's Competition and thanks for taking the time to look at my card and leaving a comment. X

  4. an other perfect card !!

  5. Lovely card! Have just been looking at your blog for first time and all your cards are really great!

  6. Wow cute card ,colours looks great,Dawnx

  7. wow all your cards are great - love them.

  8. Another winner Michelle - love the layout here, fab!

  9. Awww...what a wonderful card...love the image


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