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Saturday, July 02, 2011

Sweet Stampin DT card..

Good morning sweet stampers and my Saturday morning scheduled post. The challenge this week at Sweet Stampin is "Something Unusual" now that means you have to use something on your creation that you wouldn't necessarily use for cardmaking/crafts.

Now I was a bit baffled and was raking the house trying to find something but then I got some inspiration from Jenny and hey presto.....a little bandage in place of ribbon and the flowers have been cut from absorbant lint....they were tricky little blighters!!

We are sponsored this week by Tiffany Doodles...



Tiffany Doodles


I have used Echo Paper - Country Drive papers...very yummy. The stamp is Flower Girl from Sugar Nellie and I have coloured her with Distress Inks. I cut the flowers with my MFT flower trio die and stuck a pearl in the centre and a message to finish.



I have entered the challenges below....

The Sugar Bowl - sketch and make your own flowers
Paper Shelter - anything goes


Allsorts - free & easy


Ruby's Rainbow - flowers


2 sisters - happy birthday


Catch the Bug - anything goes




Fi
x




21 comments:

May Britt said...

oh so sweet... Hugs

CraftyC said...

Hello Fiona, what a pretty card, she is gorjuss and the paper is beautiful!
Clairexx

Faye said...

I love your first aid card, what a clever idea. See you tomorrow. xxx

weewiccababe said...

that is genius - am going to be raking the house now for stuff to use lol
Debz
x

Sue said...

Hi hun
gorgeous card, awesome colouring as always, fab idea with the bandage, have lovely weekend, sue,x

Wishcraft said...

Love it Fi :o) Great idea to use the bandage and the flowers look fabby! Lisa x

Debs said...

Gorjuss card and great use of unusual items.
Thanks for playing Free & Easy with us this week at Allsorts.
Good luck
Debs xx

scotspanda said...

gorgeous card, one of my favourite gorjuss girls. Lush paper too

thanks for joining in with our free n easy theme at Allsorts

hugs

Amanda xx

Jennifer said...

Looks the part Fi! Medical supplies rule!! xx Jenny xx

coops said...

beautiful card fi.your colours and papers are gorgeous and fab sweet image and design :D

xx coops xx

Fleur said...

Hi Fi, this is gorgeous, Your colouring is fantastic ~ As always, and those little flowers are stunning
Thank you so much for entering our challenge at ALLSORTS this week, good luck & hope you’ll join us again!
Hugz Fleur xXx

Lorraine said...

what a fab idea it looks great fi who would have thought it such a sweet card too xx

Amanda R said...

Great idea Fi! I would never have guessed it was stuff found around the home you worked them in so well. Have a great weekend!

xxxtglxxx said...

Hi Fi :)

This is fabulous and so original! :) Gorgeous soft colours, and no way would you think that the gauze was from a bandage!

Have a great day,

hugs

xxalisonxx

melsanford said...

Such a sweet card! Those flowers are fab!!!!! Love 'n' hugs, Mel xx

Suzie Q said...

Hi fi,
what a smashing idea i would never of thought of that ! cool
pretty pretty card and so lovely to see a gorguss girl i miss these x
hugs
Suzie qx

Lynsey said...

Hi Fi, what an adorable card!
Hugs Lynsey x

Elaine said...

Gorgeous card Fi..one of my fave images and fave colours too.
I would never have thought of using a bandage and some lint! Very inspired indeed.

Love Elaine xx

Elaine said...

Hi again Fi...I always to forget to add this bit:

Thank you for playing in the Sugar Bowl Challenge.

Love Elaine xx

Jacq said...

Hi Fi,
Such a Gorgeous card!!!! Love the adorable image, the dp, the colour scheme is just gorgeous. Love the layout and the embellishments. Coloured so very beautifully. Thanks for joining us at Ruby's Rainbow and Good Luck.
Hugs Jacqui xxxx

Paul said...

Thank you for joining in with us at Catch The Bug for our Anything Goes challenge. Hope to see you join in with our Clean and Simple Challenge this week as I'd love to see what you create for it.
TFS
Paul
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