"We do not remember days, we remember moments." Cesare Pavese

Thursday, June 3, 2010

ODBDSLC15 - Stars & Stripes!

The current Our Daily Bread Shining the Light (15) challenge is to use stars and/or stripes on your card.  I decided to use both.  One of my current favorite paper packs is DCWV's Linen Closet mat stack.  It is full of beautiful papers in all kinds of patterns, including stripes!  I had some acrylic stars that I could never figure out what to do with and so I painted one with Ranger's Cloudy Blue paint dabber and let it dry.  I recently got some crocheted ribbon from Sharon Johnson's Stamp Simply Ribbon Store and used that on the card.  If you have never visited Sharon's store you need to and right away.  She has some of the yummiest ribbons out there.

The border punch is from EKSuccess and one of my favorite.  I added a couple of PTI vintage buttons.  The sentiment is from the ODBD set Friendship. After the star had dried I added it to the center of the bow with  Liquid Glass.
 
Thanks for taking a peek! 
 
Supplies:  Cardstock:  PTI Vintage Cream; Patterned Paper:  DCWV Linen Close; Stamps:  ODBD Friendship; Ink:  Hero Arts Hero Hues Cerulean; Ribbon:  Cream crocheted - May Arts; Buttons:  PTI; Border punch:  EKSuccess Embossed Scallop

6 comments:

Elise said...

SPEAKING of YUMMY! {Yep, I'm a stalker, all right!} This is some exquisite work, friend! I'm soaking up all of those glorious details, the color, the artfully placed buttons and, MY STARS! How I love what you did with that star! Yipeeeee! This is some FANTASTIC card craft, dear girl! 'Scuse me, while I run off to touch some paper! YEE HAW!

AnitaRex said...

Gorgeous ribbon1 Wow what a pretty card! Love that star!

Clare said...

So clean and yummy! I LOVE IT!

Kelley said...

Wow, COOL card! Love that lacy bow! That is a pretty punch!

Karen said...

What a sweet card! I really like that crocheted ribbon and that you put buttons at the pull up spot on the blue paper, making the punched edge look like a banner or draped fabric! :>

Heather Maria said...

Wow this is absolutely gorgeous Rosemary!