Wednesday, February 27, 2013


Hi sweet friends! Welcome back for another challenge at Inkspirational. I am so excited to see so many of you joining in with our challenges!

This week we have a SKETCH challenge for you and here is my card. Be sure to check out all of the inspiration from our very creative DT!

I loved the clean design of this sketch and decided I wanted to step outside my comfort zone with the colors. Going through my stash, I found this pretty DSP and decided to use those colors.  The stamps are from my new CAS-ual Friday stamps. I used a SB to cut out the large flower and inked the edge of it with the same ink.  I used a Martha Stewart border punch to add interest and popped up the flower to add depth.



Eclectic Anthology is a wonderful source for antique and vintage digital graphics, and if you play in all four of our challenges this month, you will have a chance to win! We have a super duper fabulous prize to give away to one lucky participant this month! The monthly winner for February will receive a $30 gift certificate for Eclectic Anthology’s digital store.

Thank you so much for stopping by. I look forward to seeing your creation this week at Inkspirational!



sandie said...

Lovely Ellen, and outside your comfort zone!! The colours work perfectly x

Mynn xx said...

I LOVE the large flower image you used, Ellen! And your colors are wonderful, too! OH, and the pearls! Gotta love me some pearls! Beautiful, friend! :)

Glenda Atkins said...

Fabulous flower and papers, the border punch edge is wonderful and great colours too!

Kylie said...

Hi Ellen, I adore that border punch and your colour choices. Gorgeous card!!! xx

Carolina Girl (Cely) said...

Ok dearie....I love love this too, it's pretty and elegant yet has very simple but crisp lines which makes it extremely attractive.

Pia S said...

The colors you've chosen work really well for this card - we get rewarded when stepping out of our comfort zones, don't' we:) The large stamped flower is simple, yet so decorative, really nice!

Lisbeth K said...

This is such a pretty card! Love the flower and your choice of colors, but most of all I fell in love with the sentiment :)

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