Thursday, December 11, 2008

He Leads Me


I got a little punch crazy but in a good way for this beauty! I put this card together earlier today because I had some left over mini blossoms from my tutorial that I posted yesterday and decided that they needed to be put to good use :) They are the perfect size to climb up along side my Psalm 23 stamp from Our Daily Bread Designs . I love that this card looks like it's hard to make but with enough paper punches, even your husbands could make this card! lol



Believe it or not, but the hardest part of making this card was what colours to use that matched my Basic Grey Designer paper! I used one of sheets from the Eva Collection that I just received in my last order from Clear Dollar Stamps. I ended up choosing Kiwi Kiss and Elegant Eggplant for the matting and went with Pale Plum for the blossoms. I used Apricot Appeal Brads from Stampin' Up and the leaf punch is one of my newest acquisitions from the Martha Stewart line. The punched border at the top of the card is a Fisgars Embossing Punch and I parked some Elegant Eggplant card stock underneath it to stabilize it on the dimensionals.




Card Recipe:

Stamps: Our Daily Bread Designs - Psalm 23
Paper: PTI White, Elegant Eggplant, Kiwi Kiss, Pale Plum, Basic Grey DP, K&Co. DP, DCDW DP
Ink: Versa Mark, Elegant Eggplant, Old Olive, Perfect Plum
Accessories: Corner Rounder, Martha Stewart Leaf Punch,, Boho Blossom Punch, Brads, Dimensionals, Sponges, Aqua Painter, Embossing Powder, Fisgars Scallop Edge Punch, Ribbon

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4 comments:

Jami {sgtStamper} said...

Stunning!! Love these rich jewel tone colors and those marvelous punched flowers!
hugs, Jami

Betty Wright aka gbedwright said...

Kim!!!!!! This is so stunning!!!!! The colors and those tiny and intricate flowers are WOW!!!!! Gorgeous detailing and love how you showcased the
23rd Psalm!!!! Beautifully done!!!!!

My Time Frame said...

GORGEOUS flowers Kim! I just finished a card using your tutorial and Jami's! You guys are so awesome!

Shirley said...

This is just so elegant and beautiful! There aren't enough words to use.