I never in a million years would have put these colors together, so I'm glad she found that beautiful ribbon!
Speaking of that ribbon - did you see the awesome knot she tied on it? I did not have any cool ribbon, so I improvised. I layered the True Thyme stitched grosgrain with some olive organdy. Then I used my aqua painter and Cool Caribbean reinker to color the stitching.
I was also inspired by the butterfly image, so I changed the stamp set to one with a large butterfly.
Lastly, my Weathered background image was smudged in the lower right corner, so I folded it up, distressed it a bit and added a vintage brad.
So many wonderful creations in your gallery, Julie! It was hard to choose one for the challenge!
Date: Sunday, April 22, 2007 GMT Views: 847
Registered: September 9, 2006 Location: East Granby, CT Posts: 2070
Sun, Apr 22, 2007 @ 5:41 PM
Wonderful card -- I loved Julie's when I saw it in her gallery, and I love your card too. When I first looked at yours, I noticed the turned up corner right away. I love little details like that. I love it even more knowing that it's hiding a smudge! Very clever!