Saturday, June 5, 2010

Embellish Magazine Challenge

Hi everyone!  I have a card for the latest Embellish Magazine Challenge

While I have several Waltzingmouse Stamps on my wish list, currently the ones I own are those that coordinate with Nestabilities. I love Nestabilities, and Claire's stamps add beautiful details to those die cuts!

I began this card yesterday morning . Later in the day after I saw Betsy Veldman's felt roses, my decision for emblishments was made! These rose are not at difficult to make.  I'm not sure about the brown leaves, but I wanted to stick with the challenge colors.
1. Cut cream cs for A2 card base.
2. Cut yellow cs and stamp.
3. Cut a piece of cream cs and stamp. Stitch to yellow panel.
4. Attach yellow panel to card base.
5. Die cut and emboss Fair Isle Pendant in Berry Sorbet.
6. Die cut circle in cream. Stamp label image and sentiment. Attach to pendant die cut.
7. Attach pendant to card.
8. Attach felt flowers and leaves

Have a great weekend!

Stamps: Vintage Circles Small (Waltzingmouse Stamps), Background Botanicals (PTI), Anytime Messages(Hero Arts)
Ink: Berry Sorbet (PTI), Rich Cocoa (Memento)
Paper: Rustic Cream, Lemon Tart, Berry Sorbert
Other: Circle Nestabilities, Fair Isle Pendant(Spellbinders); Cream felt(PTI; brown felt(Hobby Lobby)


  1. This is GORGEOUS Cammie! I love this color combination. And it's good to know that those roses are easy to make because I definitely want to try some, they're so lovely!

  2. Beautiful! Love how you have combined the challenge colors so well. Excellent roses!

  3. Cammie this is beautiful! - I love your little roses, they are so delicate and really finish off the lacey dicut so well!

  4. Nice job. Love the roses! They are on my list of things to make too.

  5. Oh wow, this is gorgeous! Love, love, love the mix of patterns!!

  6. This is such a FAB card. I love all the details and patterns!

  7. What a gorgeous label! So glad you could join us in the Embellish challenge.


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