Monday, May 9, 2011

Thanks for Everything

Today's card is an inspiration from the Papertrey Make it Monday using the Impression plates.  I used the Alphabets Impression plate with the Banner dies to create the background, then did a little stamping on the banner section.  The carnation was stamped twice on patterned paper and the flower centre was raised with pop dots & used copic markers to colour the petals.  It's a really fast & easy card to make.

I've had a wonderful week in Hanoi, and survived the treacherous hike in Sapa (close to the China border) - it was so wet and muddy.  But the views are worth it, the fields are so beautiful and the people so friendly.  Most of all, I had a really wonderful time with my friends.  I haven't sorted out my pictures, but here's a few to share.
A Black Hmong lady posing for me


A beautiful gift, made from the ferns along the hillside

The Black Hmong village, Lao Cai
AiYin, Kary, Carrie

Enjoy the week.. :-)





Stamps : Papertrey Ink Four of a Kind (leaves), Year of Flowers Carnations & Violet (sentiment), Banner Builder
Paper : Cream & Cranberry cardstock, Pink Paislee 6x6 Butterfly Garden
Ink : Versafine Vintage Sepia & Satin Red, Versamagic Key Lime & Aspen Mist, Copic markers
Other : Twine, PTI Impression Plate Book Print, Banner Builder die

2 comments:

Christine Ang said...

Pretty flower and card but I love the 3 pretty 'flowers' in the last picture better :)

Wendy ten Hove said...

Wow, Kary, beautiful photos of your trip to Vietnam!! Love the rice fields, always looks pretty! Your card is such a beauty! The flower is gorgeous and love the way you impressed those banners! The paper you stamped the flower on it gorgeous!! Love this card!
Wishing you a lovely day (afternoon ;-)
Hugs, Wendy

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