Monday, November 3, 2008

Add Some Sparkle

That's what the Chicks are doing this challenge...with Brilliance inks.

I also combined this challenge with the Technique Lover's Challenge on Splitcoast, Decorative Circle Medallion.

All my stamping was done with Brilliance Pearlescent Sky Blue on Prism Iced Teal, Cyrogen White, and vellum. The Cyrogen has a shimmer to it and with the Brilliance Sky Blue...ooooweee! does it shine!!






Have a look-see at how the other girls used their Brilliance! Play along too, we'd love to see your ideas.
Julia ~ Sherrie ~ Joanne ~ Carole ~ Val ~ Julie ~ Kim


Supplies:

All Stamps from Cornish Heritage Farms
Friend Centers-Mona Lisa Moments
Aged Sheet Music Scrapblock™
Spanish Script Backgrounder

Paper:
Prism Cyrogen White, Iced Teal
Vellum
DCWV The Stack #5

Ink:
Brilliance Pearlescent Sky Blue-Tsukineko

Other Schtuff:
Cuttlebug Embossing Folder, Butterfly Die-Provo Craft
EK Success Corner Punch
Spellbinders Nestabilities-ellenhutson.com
Ribbon-Offray
Dimensionals


Thanks for stopping!





12 comments :

Sherrie said...

Ooooh, so pretty Dawn...love that soft blue, love your two challenges one stone card!

Julia Stainton said...

Hmmmm I think this is now on my wishlist! What a dreamy look!

Valerie said...

What a beauty!

Angelnorth said...

Love that stamped butterfly! Fab card Dawn, love it (and thanks for the reminder on that colour, I must get mine out and use it!).

starla said...

stunning!!

Janice said...

I love this soft blue, so pretty.

carole (TruCarMa) said...

Great challenge combo, Dawn! So pretty!

Kim Hughes said...

SO pretty Dawn!

Keri Lee Sereika said...

Oh this is soooo pretty Dawn!!! I just love it!

Anne said...

You are so crazy talented girl! What a gorgeous card. And that home spun yarn thing kills me!

Oh and my DH is gonna LOVE that I've got one more thing on my Christmas list now!! LOL!!

- dlm. said...

You've created a gorgeous card, Dawn!

Monika/Buzsy said...

This is sooo pretty! Love the blue colors and the circle element... and the butterfly... TFS!