Monday, October 17, 2011

It's All in the Numbers

This week's challenge at H2H blog is all about the numbers.  The goal is to use numbers in your project.  Here is the link to Heart 2 Heart.  I made this card:
I also used the Mojo Monday sketch for the design of today's card.  Click Here to go to their blog.  Here is the sketch:
  I used X7140B Roxie Paper Pack for my card.  I also used C1440 Take a Picture for the corner piece and the swirls.  I used the beautiful flower from D1470 Dreams Come True set.  I stamped it 3 times using the rock-n-roll method with Smoothie ink first then rolling the edges in Tulip ink before stamping onto the Colonial White paper.  I then cut it out into the three layers inked the edges using Desert Sand ink and stacked them back up using 3-d foam tape.  The sentiment "Happy Birthday!" and "you" came from D1475 Card Chatter-Birthday stamp set.  Finally the number 2 is from C1401 Friendship alpha small.

Be sure to check out what the other wonderful artists have done by checking out both blogs.
Have a great day!

7 comments:

Brenda Frerichs said...

Your card is beautiful! So beautiful! I like how you were able to use it for two challenges, too. Way to go! :-)

Lisa said...

Beautiful card... love it!

Lubna said...

This is so pretty! How do you get your bow to be so perfect?

Haley D. said...

Great card! I want to know how you made such a pretty bow too! Thanks for playing "by the numbers" at H2H!

Stamp n Fun with Debi said...

Thanks for the nice comments on my card and the bow. Tying the bow is a little hard to explain, I might need to add some pictures, but I'll give it a try.
I think the key is to keep your ribbon flat as you tie it. I start by making a loop in my right hand with the loop pointing to the left and short end of ribbon in my right hand. Bring the long end of ribbon over from back to front keeping it flat, pull the second loop through the back so it is pointing to the right. Adjust by tightening loops and straight ends until you get it like you like it. Trim ends of ribbon at an angle. I hope this makes sense.

Susan Lower said...

Great card. I love that you used the Roxie Paper!

ubza123 said...

Love your card and the Roxie paper. Hope you don't mind but I put a link to your blog on mine. Your work is so beautiful.