Monday, April 4, 2011

Stamp-n-doodle Blog Hop

Welcome back to another Stamp-n-doodle day, we are having a blog hop! If you are visiting me from Audrey's blog, then you are visiting in the right order, if not, go back to the Stamp-n-doodle blog and start from there. We are working this week with an image called "50's Dreamin", and the challenge was Vintage/shabby chic. This is a style that I am not experienced with very much, so a true challenge it was for me. I hope I at least came close to succeeding. Here is what I created:

As usual, the colors did not come out looking true to what they really are in person. The lighting in my craft room, is obviously not very good. The adorable trim, is actually a light vintage blue, the flower is a cream with blue center. They are both products of My Mind's eye, that I got a while ago at the Archiver's store dollar spot. I created the swirly pearl accent myself with a strip of faux pearls that I had in my stash that you can find at Michael's craft store. I added the pearls to the trim, they did not come on it.

Your next stop on the blog hop is Priyanka's blog.

One last thing, Stamp-n-doodle is currently searching for some design team members! If you love to work with digi images, and have a blog to post your work on, please go visit the company blog and store and view their awesome images! Then, contact their DT coordinator, Audrey at the following email address:

Come back tomorrow for some sneak peaks on the new images for Soft Pencil Studios!


Priyanka said...

Lisa Molly is not palying with us this week,she have some problem.So the hope order is you to me.And I just love your pink card,so nicely done.

Hippieaud (aka Audrey) said...

I think your card came out great Lisa!! Hope your week is off to a good start. It's raining here:( Hugs!!

Patricia Hurlburt said...

Cute card. Love the image you girls used! Thanks for sharing!!
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Glennis said...

This image is so cute, I like how you have used it

Vickie said...

Pretty card Lisa! Love the trim and how you used the pearls in a swirl.