Monday, May 16, 2011

Birthday Wishes For You

Wow! I'm so honoured to be given an award for my Gallery at StampTV!!  It's an Awesome feeling, and I'm truly Thankful and Appreciative for this. StampTV is a Fabulous place to hang out - with Fantastic videos from Gina each week, challenges and of course the wonderful community of crafters there. It's especially dear to me as it's a place where I can connect with friends who love cardmaking and stamping. (Update : You can check out my featured cards here)

I have a card to share today which is a response to a challenge at StampTV - DIY Patterned Paper.

My background paper is made with stamps from three sets: Springtime Silhouettes (fancy swirl), Branching Out (berries) and Spring Basket (leaf). I stamped them using Memento inks.  The focal image is from Framed Greetings coloured with copic markers (B00, R81-frame, R0000, R01, R02-flowers, YG01, YG03, YG05-leaves & stem, BG11, YG22, BG10-butterfly).  There's still time to play along in this challenge, and you might win a stamp set of your choice!

Thank you for stopping by.

p.s. I just added a new gadget for followers at the side. It's a new thing for me, so I'd be so thrilled if you like what I create & would like to follow my journey. Thank you ;)

Paper : Gina K PLC Ocean Mist, Lilybee Design Picket Fence, Pink & white cardstock
Ink : Memento Angel Pink, Summer Sky, New Sprout, Tuxedo Black, Copics
Others : twine, button, Spellbinders Labels 16, MFT Die-namics Scallop Ribbon Border


Emily Leiphart said...

Congrats on the award, Kary! You are awesome and very deserving of it. I'm so glad you have a Follower button now. I've always been a 'follower' of your blog but now it's official! This card is beautiful!! I don't own any Gina K stamps yet but you sure are enabling me. I really love that frame and the way you've coloured it.

Christine Ang said...

Congrats on your award. You are one talented lady. The card is pretty with a very refreshing appeal.

MaxineD said...

Kary this is lovely and the bg is amazing and really showcases the focal point.