Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Using Seven Things on One Project

It's time for another hot challenge over at Practical Scrappers...whoot whoot... and this is yet another fun one that is sure to get you crafting!  We want you to use seven different things on just one project!  I had a great time creating this card for the challenge and although I didn't use my Cricut like I normally do for my projects at Practical Scrappers (because I am part of the Wednesday Cricut team)... I did pull out my Cuttlebug and one of my newer embossing folders. Cricut... Cuttlebug... I love 'em both!


The seven things I used to create this card were, in no particular order: Cuttlebug with Embossing Folder, Ribbon, Pearls, Diecuts, Patterned Paper, Cardstock and Inked Stamps.  What seven things are you going to use?  Whatever you may chose, don't forget to link it up over at Practical Scrappers to join us in this challenge! 

Supplies Used:

Papertrey Ink
Vintage Cream and Hawaiian Shores Cardstock
Hawaiian Shores Perfect Match Hybrid Ink
Beautiful Blooms Die Cuts
Pine Feather Press Fillable Frames #4 stamp and die cut
Hawaiian Shores Twill Ribbon
Rustic Stripes Stamps

ProvoCraft
Cuttlebug with embossing folder

Zva Creative
Pewter Pearls

5 Scrappy Comments:

Kristina H said...

I really like this one Beth. The colors are cool and crisp and the embossing is great!

xoxo,
K

Catherine Marie said...

This is a great card! Love this color! I definitely need to use my sizzix texture boutique thing! The black background makes it pop! :D

Kristina H said...

I LOVE your new profile pic and the updated bio made me laugh out loud and brought tears to my eyes at the same time. I miss you!

~K

♥♥♥Jan ♥♥♥ said...

I really like the new stuff too ! And what a completely wonderful card, I can never get the hang of that blue color. You sure did.

Audrey Pettit said...

Oooh, another beautiful creation, Beth! Love the turquoise and white color palette and love the column of flowers. The embossing is fabulous, too.

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