Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Another Anni-VERVE-sary sketch

This time it is sketch challenge AVS10. Once again I took this photo yesterday with the uncooperative sun so the photo angle is a bit wonky. This card ended up being one of my favorites that I made during my stamping marathon. It is much prettier in real life! Once again, I used my new favorite product, Shimmerz paint. I painted the wings of all of the butterflies (it is easier to see this if you click on the image and look at the super-sized image).
Supplies used: Sentiment and Butterfly stamps are Verve Stamps, SU Linen background, SU cardstock, Basic Grey DP, Angel's Wings Shimmerz paint, Paisley Cuttlebug embossing folder, self adhesive gems.

I hope you all have a wonderful day! Be sure to stop by tomorrow when I highlight one of the many wonderful stamp catagories from DRS Designs.
Thanks for stopping by!

9 comments:

Jennifer (SCS: jennifer-g) said...

Very pretty. Love those butterflies, I need to order that set I see. Great color combo. I have to go check out these sketches, can you see how behind the times I am?!

Kisa Peters said...

Lovely! I love the colors - you do them so well! The layout is great - guess I'm going to have to check them out too one of these days! Love the Shimmerz too!

Kari said...

Gorgeous card!! Love the sketch and the butterfly wings!!! Very cute!

Debi said...

This is a beautiful card! Love the layout and the colors are gorgeous!!! Seeing this card reminds me that I have Shimmerz that I need to use. Beautifully done!

Angie C said...

Stunning card Heather, love the papers and the paisley embossing and what a great quote too.

hugs
Angie

Dawn said...

HEATHER!!! You are one talented lady! your color combos and layering are always just PERFECT! Fantastic job!

Vicki said...

This is so gorgeous!! The three panels look awesome behind the sentiment!! Nicely done! :)

Maureen said...

Really love this one too! Love the shimmer, the embossing, and all the gems!

Julee from Verve said...

Beautiful card! I love the butterflies as the background paper.