Friday, August 21, 2009

Stamp Simply #101 - Let's Polka!

Well the Birthday party is over on Sharon's (notime2stamp) blog but they're still dancing ... and they're doing the polka ... DOTS that is!! So be sure to pop on over to the Stamp Simple #101 Challenge and check out all the details and come play along!! While you are there, don't forget to check out the samples her design team ladies have come up for your inspiration ... they are an AMAZING bunch!!!

For my creation, this lovely Anna Griffin designer paper just begged to be used! And if you "click for a closer look", you will see that the pink sentiment image is actually "dotted" as well as I've added dots to the scalloped matted circle. Here are all the details on this card:

Stamps: Hero Arts, Inkadinkado

Papers: Very Vanilla, Basic Black, Anna Griffin designer paper

Inks: Versamark, Versafine black

Accessories: Fiskars Apron Lace border punch, pink Pan Pastel artist chalk, cotton ball, Darice grosgrain ribbon, Signo white pen

Thanks for stopping by today! Hope your Friday is a good one and your weekend is even better!!!


Janine said...

This is beautiful Darlene!! I love that paper!! Great match with the ribbon!!
Have a marvelous weekend!!!

chercroppin said...

So pretty Darlene, love the colors, and the black dots really ties it all together nicely!

Penny said...

This is absolutely beautiful!

Terri's Cards N' More said...

Beautiful card. Everything works perfectly together. Another winner.

Crystal said...

SOOO Beautiful Darlene..I love the pink sentiment it really pops...beautiful job on the challenge!!

Our Little Inspirations said...

I've always thought of polka dots as festive, but you've shown how they can be soft and subtle too with this pretty card. Anything Anna Griffin works for me, and this dsp makes for one stunning card! Well done!

chelemom said...

This is such an elegant pretty card! Miss ya!

The Rubber Maid said...

Great paper and a wonderful use of
polka dots. Happy weekend Darlene,Pat

Jenny Gropp said...

Just lovely! That Anna paper is beautiful!