Monday, January 10, 2011

Ippity Hop Monday

Good morning {ippity} friends!  It took me all week, but I finally put all my Christmas decorations away.  I didn't think I put out that many decorations this year, but apparently, I decorated more than I thought!  So now I can concentrate on card making once again.  For today's card, I used a sketch from Page Maps to create this card.







The paper I used on this card is from the October Afternoon collection, Modern Homemaker.  Don't you just love these papers?  I do! The sentiment on the card is from The Simple Things stamp set shown here,





and the flowers are from one of my favorite sets YOU deserve shown here.





I added pop dots to the back of the flowers to give them the 3D effect and I used an Anna Griffin punch for the leaves.  A few black pearls to the center of each flower finished off the card.  

To continue along the hop click here.  Thanks so much for stopping by today and enjoy the rest of the hop.

Susan  
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13 comments:

lynn said...

sweet, happy card! and i love those papers, too!

Angie Blom said...

LOVe this card.. stunning . those flowers look amazing in pink. love the layering.

Gardner's Basket said...

Oh, what a stunning card! Those layers are fabulous!

NoraAnne said...

Beautiful card! Love the sketch :)

StampinCathy said...

Beautiful card and love those flowers and dp.

Lone Pine Designs said...

Cute papers...I love your layered card!

Bogner's said...

I love all those layers on your focal. So pretty!

stampjourney said...

So nice! Great flowers and fabulous dimension!

Lisa H. said...

great combo of images and love those papers! NICE!

Elisabeth said...

Oh I love this, wonderful design and dimension!

Andrea said...

very pretty! love the combination of the sets!

{jennie} said...

Great card. The PP is great, too!

FibreJunky said...

Love those popped up flowers and the striped leaves!!

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