Saturday, June 23, 2012

Freshly Made Sketches #40 Yet Again

  Welcome back.  Here's my second birthday card for
the Princess Party Twins today.

Again, I used the sketch from Freshly Made Sketches. 
Like I said yesterday, I really like this sketch.
It's so simple yet so versatile.

Like yesterday, I used the colours from the
new Floral District paper.  It's really bright and girly.
I love it!

This cute little crown is from the Topsy-Turvy Celebration set that I used
yesterday.  I also used the 'Celebrate' sentiment from that set.

After I punched it out with the new
Apothecary Labels Framelit, I decided it needed something
else, so I mounted it on a die cut from the Labels Framelits.

But it was still missing something, so I pulled out the
Blue Ribbon set and mounted the crown on the little ribbon
medallion.  It adds a nice detail. 
I stamped it on the DSP as well, for more texture.

I used the Bitty Labels Framelits to punch
out the sentiment and mounted it on some Rich Razzleberry cardstock.
I decided that adding Dazzling Diamonds, and some rhinestones
was enough bling for a little princess.

This time I used the Tangerine Tango Scallop Polka Dotted ribbon
to pull the orange out of the paper.
Everything was popped up on dimensionals for that final bit of depth.


Jen Brum said...

Very nicely done! Love all the bling! I'm a bling girl! I love the colour combinations! Thanks for joining us this week at Freshly Made Sketches!

Linda Callahan said...

Wow this one is just as cute! More bling - definitely fit for a party princess!

Linda Suarez said...

Another pretty princess card! You certainly know how to work that bling! Thanks for playing with us at Freshly Made Sketches!

Tui Nathan said...

What a beautiful card .... and beautiful bling!!! a gorgeous card for the princess of the party!
Thanks for joining us this week at Freshly Made Sketches!!!

Allisa said...

Another gorgeous card with bling! Thanks for playing with us at Freshly Made Sketches!

Shari Nelson said...

Clever way to use that blue ribbon stamp. It does add a lot to the card. Love the bling!