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Inkspirations Sketch Challenge #53

Happy Birthday Jenna


Yay! I finally had the time to join in with an Inkspirations Challenge. I'm enjoying playing around with Basic Black and Very Vanilla this week as well as the gorgeous silhouette image of the girl from the Easter Blossoms Set.

As this card will be heading off to Devonport for my niece's birthday, I covered over the eggs in the basket with Flower Soft and added a Perfect Plum Button to match. Jenna loves purple and I hope she loves this card for her 24th Birthday! (We moved into our house the day she was born so it's always easy to remember how long we've lived here!)


Inkspirations Sketch #53



Project Recipe:

Stamps: Easter Blossoms (Summer Mini)
Ink: Basic Black
Cardstock: Very Vanilla, Basic Black
Accessories: Love Letter DSP, Vintage Wallpaper Embossing Folder, Subtles Button, Sponge Dauber, Dimensionals
Non-SU: Label Punch from EK Success, Flower Soft, Black Polka Dot Ribbon


PS: Thanks to the Inkspirations Challenge Site DT for choosing this card as a winner!

Thanks for stopping by,

Comments

Debi said…
Another Yummy card!- I love the purple with the black and Very Vanilla- and the flower basket. x
Patrice said…
Great colour choice! This is such a pretty card with lots of fun elements to it.

Love that little basket of flower soft!
Anonymous said…
Bronwyn, that's BEAUTIFUL! I always leave your blog so much more inspired... thank you!
Renée said…
this is beautiful, Bronwyn! Love the monochromatic look along with that image! thanks for playing with Inkspirations!
H2 :) said…
Striking card Bron! The embossing is gorgeous & I love your touch of colour with the button & very clever use of Flowersoft. :)
Marisa said…
Precious image and I love your ribbon treatment. Great use of the sketch. Thanks for joining us at Inkspirations this week :)
Sue Rowe said…
Beautiful card Bronwyn, I especially love the Perfect Plum button, it just completes the card, I'm sure your niece will love it :)
Anonymous said…
I love your card and this stamp. Would love to buy it, but don't make Easter cards. How did you make the flowers with the item Flower Soft, I've never heard of it. Is it easy to use. I am signing off as anonymous as I don't know what Google Accounts and the rest are. Deb (SA)
Lee-Anne said…
Oh, this is just lovely. I love that silhouette stamp and the way you've used it with vanilla and black and just a hint of colour is perfect. Gorgeous embossed background too.
Tandra said…
Oh wonderful! I LOVE sillouhettes!!! I didnt pre-order this set...I may have to get it now!
Your card is beautiful Bronwyn.
I love the ribbon and button, but then I love it ALL!
Sensational, Bronwyn. Love all that gorgeous embossing! Hugs xxaxx
Bronwyn Eastley said…
Hi Deb from SA you can buy Flower Soft from just about any scrapbooking store (lots of different colours). I applied Tombow glue to the 'eggs'and sprinkled over some FS. Easy!
Unknown said…
This is lovely Bronwyn, *sigh* another stamp onto my wish list lol.
Cindy Major said…
I just love this little girl and I like how you used her!

Cindy :)
Elegant but sweet at the same time! Love this adorable silhouette! Great car. Thanks for playing!

Hugs,
Brandi
Well done on that, not surprised as your work if fab!! xxx

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