February 28, 2009

WSC70 Break and Mend #2

Happy Saturday, everyone.  This week, Beate's Weekend Sketch Challenge is being hosted by Lori Craig.  Lori also created this weekend's awesome sketch (WSC70).  You can find all the details on Lori's blog, Make a Difference.
I had some time to play this morning, so I made a card for the WSC70 using my Shirley's 2 Girls' Break and Mend image.  I stamped my image on PTI's linen vellum cardstock and teamed it with some marblelized paper I purchased when we were in Colonial Williamsburg in December.  So glad I finally cut into it -- I need to stop hoarding and start using my supplies. 
Hope you also find the time for some stamping fun.  Enjoy the rest of your weekend!
Supplies:  Stamps - Shirley's 2 Girls - Break and Mend; Paper - PTI linen Vellum cardstock, SU! not quite navy, so saffron, marblelized paper from the Print Shop in CW, MS white border; Ink - Versafine onyx black; Accessories - Clear EP, waxed linen thread, MS bird punch, Copic & Prismacolor markers, vellum zot dots and dimensionals.

18 comments:

  1. Love that image and sentiment. The birds are a neat touch.

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  2. Love how you applied the waxed linen thread on your card, Pat. Looks great with those birds!

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  3. Awesome card Pat! Love the image, great colours! TFS

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  4. FANTASTIC.... Isn't this the funnest image. I have teamed up with Laura Frederickson for a challenge that we will be posting on Tuesday in regards to "Stash". I hope you will play along?

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  5. This is a nice color combo pat! TFS!

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  6. They are so lucky to have you, Pat! Every time you use one of these stamps, the result is brilliant!! Love this!

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  7. this is one gorgeous piece of art :0)

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  8. This is lovely. Great details.

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  9. This is so pretty -- especially love your colors and coloring

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  10. Gorgeous card Pat and love the colors you used! awesome work as always and tfs!!!

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  11. Hi Pat! I've got something for you on my blog today.
    hogwildaboutstamping.blogspot.com

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