Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Good Morning,

Today I'm posting a photo of the card design that I will be doing at our SCW (Stamp Camp West) this coming Saturday.  It is a CASE of a wonderful card by Cristena Bagne.  I've had her card in my "Favorites" for awhile!  The card uses this year's Ronald McDonald set, "Moving Forward".  Stampin' Up! donates a portion of the proceeds from the sale of this set to the Ronald McDonald charity.  They have a new set each year for this and this year's is just adorable.  I especially like this little tricycle!  I used retired items for the inside.  The dotted Borderlines seemed to be just the thing to accent the dotted DSP on the front.  And the itty bitty tricycle inside is from the retired set "Pedaling Past".





Inside



(I really need to get a light box!)

It's a bit difficult to see in this photo, but the little basket was stamped a second time, cut out and popped up. Also, there are rhinestones in the centers of the flowers and Stampin' Up!'s awesome tiny silver brads in the centers of the wheels.



The "base" of this is a 5 1/2 x 4 1/4 piece of black cardstock.
Then, the white "card" is 4 x 10 1/2, scored in the middle.

Hope you enjoy the rest of your "hump day"!

Sharon

7 comments:

  1. I think these cards are absolutely beautiful. I love the '3' scheme with the banners and the matching square by the bicycle. It draws your eye into the appealing card. Can't wait to hear how the stamp camp west turns out.
    ~Anne

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  2. Beautiful card! I just bought this set, and I absolutely love what you've done with it (I might have to CASE your CASE!). You have a very nice blog, and I'm your newest follower. Hope you'll stop to visit and follow me too. www.stampandscrapwithbrenda.blogspot.com

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  3. Love this Sharon! The DSP polka dots pops the card so well without overwhelming!!!!! Great job!!! Hugs, Ruthie

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  4. Cute cards! I'm sure your stamp camp will be a HIT. I'm now following you from SC and hope you'll follow my blog at http://goinovertheedge.blogspot.com.

    Hugs,

    Terry

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