Thursday, February 17, 2011

Heart Easel Card!


Hi everyone,

It is challenge time over on the Alota Rubber Stamps blog. This week it is Birgit Edblom’s turn to host the challenge. Birgit has challenged us to use nestabilities on our cards … I love my nesties so this was a pretty easy challenge for me.

Originally I was going to just create a card using my oval nestabilities, but after I had finished I thought well I would have done that anyway … so decided to make something different. I love seeing easel cards in various different shapes, so decided I would make one using the heart nestabilities.


For my card I used one of the cute little girls from the Kids unmounted plate that is available from Alota Rubber Stamps.


Do you want to play along???? you can use any stamps you want, although if you have Alota Rubber Stamps we would love to see them on your cards.

You have until the 28th February to complete this challenge, you can enter as many entries as you wish for a better chance of winning!!! You have a chance of winning some wonderful stamps if you card/project is selected randomly from all the entries received.

Stamps: Kids unmounted plate, sentiment – Alota Rubber Stamps
Paper: White; Pink; DP
Other: Black Ink; Heart Nestabilities; MS Heart Border Punch; Spellbinders Label Die; Flower; Grosgrain  Ribbon; Foam Tape; Copics



Runnergirl Creations said...

Great card! Thanks for sharing! :) Blessings!

Danni said...

That image is just too cute!! Great card!

Unknown said...

This is amazing!

Cindy Haffner said...

Very SWEET Frances!!

Chris said...

fun easel! I have to think about it how it's made but it looks great. I'd like to try this one.

Silke Ledlow said...

Over the top cute and what a fabbo easel card it is! Love this idea! Hugs ~S~

Joanne (jojot) said...

so very precious

Charlene Merrick (LilLuvsStampin) said...

This is so cute!

Helene said...

So cute!

Jessie/knightrone said...

So super cute!!

Trish and Treasure said...

Love this card design and how you have decorated it so perfectly.