January 16, 2012

Friendship card- DT project for YMH

Happy Monday scrappers..
 I've started to count down the days till Friday..LOL  My 9 day winter vacation will start Saturday, so I'm as chipper as they come.. 
and with it being a Monday today, I get to share a project that I have created for Your Memories Here.. I'm trying to challenge myself to see how many versatile projects I can make using the same paper stack.. I am still working with the Prima Printery Collection and I used some of it to create this Friendship card.. 
yes, I'm really enjoying myself making cards..LOL  I guess every once in while we have to push ourselves over the comfort zone wall and try something new.. 
well.. Here is the card I created:

some black cardstock to make the base of the card, printer papers in the greens and creams.. MS around the page punch and some punched butterflies.. quick, semi-simple yet elegant.. I think at least..LOL

This rosette, I quickly made using some of the green printer collection papers, my paper trimmer and bone folder.. punched the edges before I folded it, punched two small circles, one for the bottom and one for the top.. glued them all together using quick drying glue.. inked the edges with distress ink and dotted 3 pearl drops, which is actually gold liquid pearl..

Hand cut the banner and did a computer generated sentiment, which I printed onto the printery paper.. here you can see the white liquid pearl I used to accent the punched trim and the butterflies..
I also pop dotted the banner and the rosette..

so, with a few items that can be right at Your Memories Here, you can create beautiful cards with out all the fuss..LOL
I want thank you all so much for stopping by today and taking a look at my Monday project.. I hope all you ladies have a scrap-tastic week.


  1. This is gorgeous, Nanne!! Love the rosette and punch work!! You do beautiful cards!! Hugs!!
    (I can't believe I got through.. still having problems with blogger)

  2. Holy Smokes!
    This is SOOOO pretty! What a GREAT design
    and really neat accents...I can't say enough
    about this...Awesome!