Thursday, June 25, 2009

Hi there.......

did you all miss me? Well, I am back now and I am still trying to catch up on things to do after our short trip out of town. Those few days away went by so very quick, but I am glad to be home in my own bed :D.




For the last 4 weeks I have been showing cards I made for Sharon Johnson's Stamp Simple challenge and today will be the last post. Yep, my month at Sharon's comes to an end and SSNOTIME93 will be my last official post. I am a little sad, but I will be still hanging around and participate in those fun stamp simple challenges Sharon comes up with. Her and those oh so very talented ladies on her team made me feel welcome. Thanks so much for this opportunity Sharon and thanks ladies for allowing me to play along for a few weeks.


All right now, let me tell you a little about this weeks challenge before I need the tissues ;D.


This week Sharon wants us to do a fun "Combo Challenge" with a little of a twist. We are to use grassy greens and sky blue, well, I did not exactly use sky blue but it is blue. Plus, we are to add some piercing. If you care to find out more head on over to Sharon's blog .

Back to my creation, well, when I found out that we were to use green and blue I knew I wanted to use some of the gorgeous Periphery paper pad from Basic Grey. I just love the Basic Grey paper pads they are so very versatile. The one I picked out is somewhat of a grassy green but the blue is a little darker than sky blue, so I hope I will not get in trouble for that, LOL!!! Since I did not want to cut up too much of the 6x6 paper I made my card 5.5"x5.5" and incorporated some SU Certainly Celery and Not Quite Navy as they are pretty close to the shades in the DP. Since the challenge is "Stamp Simple" after all, I did not add that many embellishments have a look and see for yourself

Birthday Wishes


Recipe:
Paper: PTI White, SU Certainly Celery, Not Quite Navy,
Basic Grey Periphery

Stamps: SU Elegant Cheer (Birthday Wishes)
Paper Salon Fancy Flourishes for the corner
image that is stamped on cs and cut out and
then pierced

Ink: Chalk Box Prussian Blue, Charcoal

Accessories: Nesties Labels 4, Tim Holtz distressing tool,
Prima Nursery Tales Collection mini roses
Grey blue sheer ribbon from Sharon's
ribbon store, blue crystals, dimensionals,
glue dots, double sided tape

So, what do you think? I did some of the piercing on the DP but it does not show that well as the paper is kind of thin but if you click on the photo it will enlarge and you can see it a bit better.

Sharon also has some news to share. For those that keep up with Sharon's blog know already that Becky has left the Stamp Simple team so Sharon took on two very talented ladies which you already gotten to know, since both of them are recent Guest Designers Jenny Gropp and Barbara Anders. Congratulations ladies!!! If you want to see what the rest of the DT came up with head on over to

Jenny, Barbara, AJ, Deb, Janine, Jennifer, Julie, Tammy,

Thanks again Sharon for having me. I loved every minute of it.

That's it for me for now. Thanks so much for stopping by.

Hugs,

13 comments:

Julie Koerber said...

Beautiful Sabrina! Love the vintage feel!

Janine said...

Sabrina this is so pretty!! Love the colors of green and blue that you chose... Loved having you join us too. Keep in touch!!!

Barbara said...

This is beautiful, Sabrina!! Such a soothing calm feeling in this card. I love your embellishments--everything adds up to a gorgeous card!

Darlene (SCS:akronstamperdpk) said...

LOVELY creation Sabrina!! Thanks for sharing your creative talents with us this month!! Very inspirational!!

Deborah Saaranen said...

Just gorgeous Sabrina! Love the ribbon and delicate flowers! So fun to have had you play with us!

Connie said...

This is just so stunning, Sabrina! WOW!! You know how I love the vintage look...and there is just nothing better then the vintage elegance of this card! And that bow...mmmmmmmmm...LOVE it!!

The Rubber Maid said...

Very soft and sweet, great touch with the flowers . Enjoyed meeting your talent this month. Pat

Makiko Jones said...

What a beautiful card, Sabrina!!
Love the subtle colors you used. Your choice of embellishments are so perfect as always!! FAB-O Job!

Silke Ledlow said...

Yeah - I missed ya - LOL!!! Glad you made it home safe!!! Gorgoeus card for Sharon's challenge!!! Love the colors!!! Hugs ~S~

Tammy Hershberger said...

Beautiful! Those little roses are so sweet!

Grace said...

Oh Sabrina this is over the top gorgeous! I love the serene color combo and your pretty flowers and gorgeous ribbon are to die for!!! Your talen really shows and thank you for sharing! Love your "Child of God" blinkie too!!! God Bless you my friend!!!

Dawn (flowergal36) said...

This is so pretty Sabrina. I love the wonderful green and blue. Your ribbon and flowers really pretty. I hope your little get away was relaxing and wonderful.

Jenny Gropp said...

Hey Sabrina - love this card, you really showed off that paper. The clak Prussian Blue is one of my fave colors. The roses in the corners are the perfect addition! Thanks so much for such a nice welcome note to Sharon's team.