Tuesday, March 10, 2009

DCBD # 118

Ok, this is getting ridiculous! Another week has went by and the only thing I have been posting once again is Diva Design Challenges. I am really going to try and work on this problem of mine. I would like to post a couple of times a week. I think I need to make that a challenge too besides the Diva Design Challenges.

This weeks challenge was easy as long as you have a Big Shot and a die cut of some kind. I have a few, but not very many so far. I am working on getting more a little at a time. I just got the Scallop Bag Die. I am going to use that to make baby shower favors. Hopefully they will be fairly easy to make. If not, I have another die coming soon and it could be used instead, if necessary.

Anyway enough rambling on for now. I was actually making this card a horizontal card all along. At the last minute I turned the card the other way (vertical) and decided I liked it better that way instead. Tell me what you think of it. Once again check out the other diva's blogs to see how their cards or 3D projects turned out. Make sure you go to the DCBD blog. You will see some of our featured Divas on their. While I am at it, I dare you to do this challenge too. Make sure you tell us if you do. We want to comment you as well. Once again, thanks for looking at my blog. I hope it gives you inspiration, just as others have done for me. God bless!

Recipe for my card. Stampin' Up materials only.
Stamp Set: Priceless
Cardstock: pretty in pink, certainly celery, almost amethyst, so saffron, shimmery white, and DSP tea party
Ink Pads: certainly celery, pretty in pink, and lavender lace
Tools: eyelet border punch (I love it!), top note die cut (Big Shot), boho blossom punch, on board batch of blooms (chip board), and the paper piercing tool
Accessories: 1/4" grosgrain pretty in pink ribbon and soft subtle brads

I hope I didn't leave anything out. When finished, I had used a lot of different things!


Ilse Vargas said...

Hi Chris, nice card, it looks like some of us used the top note die :) Challenges is what keeps me going, so yes, they're good :) Have a nice day!

Erin said...

Very pretty! It is very spring time-y

Krista Driessen said...

Such a nice card ! It looks like spring !

Kristin said...

Such fun springy colors Chris! I didn't notice until I clicked on your picture that the main panel is all sparkly! Neat!

Pam said...

Ooo, so pretty! It just screams Spring and Easter! Nice!

Secret Dreams And Passions said...

Your card is really beautiful... I just love all the colors that you used, and all the detail, and there was a lot of it.. GREAT JOB!!
It's just so pretty to look at!!
Enjoy your week!!
Denise from Massillon

apigonfire said...

so great! I love the combination of dies! that butterfly is so pretty on the top!

Christine said...

Very pretty and colorful card. I am behind in my blogging too so don't feel bad!

Amber said...

Awesome card, rock on!!