Saturday, August 10, 2013

Love birds in tea cup

This next card would have been perfect for my wedding anniversary!!!  I'm here to share with you the card I made for the challenge over at Imagine that digi stamp.  This time I used the pre-colored digi version!  I really love those for fast and fun cards.

The image this month is called Love birds in tea cup.

The paper used for this card is from Hello Pastel by Prima.  I also added a piece of pink DP from my scrap pile...  I used my Large square as well as Petite label 1.  The ribbon is from my stash.

Here's a closer look at the digi and the great sentiment that comes with it.
I followed this sketch to make this card:

I'm entering the following challenges:

  1. Imagine that digi stamp - Progressive challenge
  2. Sweet stop sketches - Sketch
  3. Sister act card challenge - Anything goes
Ok so do I do another card or not... that is the question... but since my hubby is playing video games right now... I probably can take the time to blog another one lol



  1. very sweet card, Vicky, love the digi, the tea-cup is so beautiful!!

  2. Very sweet image, Vicky, and love your choice of papers too! Thanks for playing along with us at the Sweet Stop this week. Ann

  3. Oh, this is fantastic, Vicky! I like it even better than the one I did. :-D Fabulous papers and color combo.

  4. This is just gorgeous Vicky. Every single aspect of it. That digi looks familiar...did you use it recently uncoloured or did I see it somewhere else....hmmmmm. Your paper choices are very complimentary.


  5. Oh what a sweet image, colors, and papers, Vicky! That sentiment is perfect for your love birds! Thanks so much for joining us at The Sweet Stop this week!

  6. So pretty Vicky :) Lovely paper and cute li'l die frame for your sentiment too! Thanks for playing at Imagine That! Digis by Kris™

  7. Love your card Vicky great colours thanks for joining the challenge at Imagine That hugs Txx (DT)


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