2.16.2011

Make It Monday #2 - Vellum Sentiment Strip

I am so excited about the new Make It Monday Challenges over at Papertrey Ink. 

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This week Nichole challenged us stamp our sentiment on a vellum strip and add them to our project.

For this card I broke out the Melon Berry cardstock (just for you Audrey) and combined it with kraft.


I can't wait until next Monday's challenge. This one was a lot of fun!

Thanks for stopping by!

16 comments:

Suzanne said...

Amy - that flower bloom is gorgeous, girl. What die did you use for that? Not that I need more flower dies. LOL

Dana said...

This is simply lovely Amy. Nice balance and LO. That felt flower is stunning!

Deb C said...

So pretty, Amy! I love the felt flower.

Sära said...

Simply gorgeous all around!

Michelle said...

Love the flower and leaf Amy what a great focal point also love your choice of colours x

Jen said...

Sooooo pretty! I want to know too, how'd you make that to die for flower? Your background is also stamped to perfection. I dream of being able to stamp so perfectly aligned. Just gorgeous!

Lisa said...

I'm a flower nut...I love that flower!

Sue Plote said...

Wow, Amy, this is so pretty! I love the flower, and the colors are just perfect for a soft, spring card! Awesome!

Sue Ann said...

Very pretty Amy and I love your color choice on this card!!!

Banu said...

WOW..this is just beautiful. The choice of sentiment, the flower..it turned out ab fab.

Sarah said...

That flower is gorgeous! Love this card.

Becky Carafa said...

Wow, you nailed that melon berry! LOVE the flower! Beautiful.

I'm Renee said...

Love the colors...
so soft.
And your flower just sets it off perfectly!

Debbie Gaydos said...

This is BEAUTIFUL! What a GREAT job you did stamping that background, too! The flower is so pretty. Love it all!

Jill said...

Amy, LOL @ Melon Berry! I think it's a lovely color and it sure looks good here! Great background stamping (wish I could stamp so straight!), and WOW, whatta flower! It's a gorgeous card!

Keva said...

How did I miss this? This is very pretty, Amy!