Friday, October 8, 2010

Bling for a Cause

Hi!

I'm back again - two posts in a day!  I unexpectedly got some quiet time this afternoon as Rob took Alex and Ada out for the afternoon  and Hudson went down for a sleep.  Naturally I headed for my craft table and set to work on Just Add Ink's new challenge.  Their challenge is to Just Add Bling... and Pink in honour of Breast Cancer Awareness.  Now when I think pink my mind automatically jumps to the Pink Ladies, but I have a little secret to confess.  I love Grease 2 more than the original Grease.  In fact, Grease 2 is one of my all time favourite movies!  So I put on the DVD and started creating.


I was after a soft, feminine feel for the card so I used Blushing Bride rather than one of the brighter pinks.  Here's a side view showing the raised bird panel.


I used the Scallop Square punch to create the sentiment panel by cutting a strip of cardstock 11/16" or 1.7cm wide and inserted the ends into the corner of the square from the bottom of the punch.  Nice and easy!

Stamps: En Francais
Ink: Blushing Bride, Pear Pizzazz
DSP/ Card Stock: Blushing Bride Hostess DSP, Blushing Bride, Certainly Celery, Whisper White
Other: Rhinestones, Two Step Bird Punch, Eyelet Border Punch, Scallop Square Punch, Sponge Daubers, Dimensionals, Certainly Celery Twill Ribbon (2010 SAB), Chit Chat Rub Ons (retired)

Catch you later with the next Cool Moves card I promised for tomorrow,

Tina

10 comments:

  1. This is very sweet, Tina; a beautiful card. I love your tip about making the sentiment 'label' - very clever!

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  2. Oh, this is beautiful! I do love Blushing Bride, it's such a gorgeous pink. :-)

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  3. Very Pretty Tina. love yoru colour combo... good job sneaking in some bling too (those little adhesive rhinestones are addictive hey) glad you got some quiet time.
    Thanks for playing with JAI
    Gardenia

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  4. This is so pretty! Love the colours you chose.

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  5. Another beautiful card Tina great idea with the sentiment. Enjoy the quiet time and do lots of creating

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  6. Pink and green would have to be one of my fave colour combo's

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  7. So pretty and your bow is perfect! Thanks for the tip on how you made your label! Lovely.

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  8. Oooo...love this! It all works perfectly-the layout, the colours....really stunning! Thanks for sharing!

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  9. Thanks for the tip for your label. Lovely and soft ..beautiful Tina!

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  10. Very pretty colour combo. Great tip for another use of the scallop sqaure punch.

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