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Wednesday, November 14, 2012

SDC74: Nature


Today over at Stampotique Designer's Challenge our theme is Nature.

I have lots of insects and birds of Stampotique but I really wanted to incorporate some other elements of nature in my creation.  I pulled out my Grass stamp and stamped it multiple times in a variety of browns, stamping off to create lighter shades and I also used a mustard yellow.

I kept the card pretty simple, not a lot of embellishments other than some colored pearls.

Hope you will join us over at Stampotique Designer's Challenge this week for a chance to win a $30 gift certificate.
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Card details:
Stamps: Small Butterfly 3018, Grass 3004, and Keep Calm 7305 from Stampotique 
Cardstock: Crumb Cake, Chocolate Chip
Inks: Chocolate Chip, More Mustard, Crumb Cake, Creamy Caramel
Embellishments: pearls colored with copic marker

12 comments:

AssiCrafts said...

Great card! Great use of kraftpaper, it's perfect for the nature challenge. XOXO

Greetings By Chera said...

I like the grass, in all the shades! Cool card!

Claire Boelema said...

This is beautiful Kim (the funny thing is I almost did exactly the same thing, but in gold embossing!!!). Claire x

Reflective Art Studio said...

Keep Calm... Keep Calm...
I will keep saying this over and over today. Thank you for the reminder.
Sarinda

Cheryl said...

Beautiful! I love the sentiment you used.

Kaz said...

This is so beautiful Kim, I love how subtle it is x

Sue said...

Just beautiful Kim, love the natural colours x

Jane Wetzel said...

LOVE the colors you chose Kim- beautiful card :)

roc said...

wonderful card kim!

dutchstamptramp said...

Beautiful card Kim, love the use of the earth tones and the butterfly popping out in blue

TenSGal said...

Oh, that is gorgeous....love the way you used that grass stamp...so lovely!

Lisa Somerville said...

How pretty! The butterfly looks wonderful with the grass stamp!

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