Monday, February 28, 2011

"Hope" ribbon card

While I've never really used digital stamps before, when I saw the Digi Monday Challenge over at Paper Playtime, I thought I'd give it a try.


I had the pink "hope" ribbon digital stamp (it was a freebie somewhere back in October) and I colored it in on my computer (using Photo Shop).  I added the scalloped oval around the ribbon and printed it out. 

I mounted some pink swirl paper onto the black mat.  I added a pink sheer ribbon from the Dollar Tree. Next I attached the whole thing down to some pink Mulberry paper. I thought this paper was perfect for this card... it's so pretty and includes all the paper fibers in the card body. So pretty! 


I added the digital stamp to the card body with pop-dots and put some self-stick rhinestone in two corners and on the center of the heart.



Lastly, I attached some more of the pink swirl pattern paper to the inside of the card.


Here is what the digital stamp looks like after I
colored it and added the scalloped oval frame.


Here is how the ribbon started out.




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9 comments:

Monica said...

I thought you and your followers might be interested in these cute homemade cards at Weekly Giveaway

snappy scrappy said...

Really pretty card.

The Scrapbooking Queen said...

Very nicely done love your digi and the card you made with it...
The Scrapbooking Queen

abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

So pretty! Great work!

Nikki T said...

Beautiful card.
Nikki
www.theglamoroussideofscrapping.blogspot.com

Jillian said...

Hi there! Thanks so much for stopping by the Spring Fever Blog Hop - I hope you enjoyed looking around!

Jillian
jillianbeancrafts.com

JennyKozar said...

Beautiful Image - great job on your card. Thanks for playing along at Paper Playtime!

OmaGloria said...

So super cute. Love the added bling. Thank you for playing with us at Paper Playtime!

Jennifer said...

Cheryl,

Your card is gorgeous!!! :) What is that pink swirl paper?! Love it!

Thanks for sharing,

Jennifer
partridgelu at yahoo dot com