Sunday, February 21, 2010

Sweet Baby Buggy





When I first looked at this sketch, Karen Giron's Sweet Sunday Sketch #57, I thought it was going to be more difficult that it turned out to be....now, I LOVE it and so glad I tried my hand at it:) I was so inspired to use my sewing machine again today...twice in one day...to add a little somethin' somethin'. I've been trying different things with my camera to create more light...this photo appears a little washed out, so I will probably take some more pictures of the card. We'll see...

Happy Sunday everyone!





Stamps: Puns from the Past
Paper: Certainly Celery, Pretty in Pink, Whisper White CS, Sweet Pea DSP
Ink: Chocolate Chip
Other: Certainly Celery 5/8" Grosgrain, Sherbet Designer Buttons, Linen Thread, Circle/Scallop Circle Nestabilities
Technique: Sewing


15 comments:

Karen Giron said...

Wow, girl!! Love all that beautiful stitching - how perfect!! Such a sweet little baby card.

Anne Laflamme said...

Wow... it so soft... so sweet... I love it... and you do a good job with de sewing machine... wow...

Bravo

Angie Tieman said...

WOWZERS! Love, love, love this!!!!

Shelly Koskinen said...

This card is awesome!!!!

Karen Motz said...

Gorgeous! Love all the stitching and how you popped the image layer!

Kari Linder said...

Awesome job with this sketch! SO cute!

Trena said...

Sweet card~I really like the stitching. Very nice!

Michelle said...

You know I have to say I have never seen anyone use this set before. I really love this card...it's super sweet.

Kelley Eubanks said...

What a cute card! I love it! You have some great cards on here! Loved looking around! Thanks for visiting me and leaving me some love! )

alittlelessuseless said...

this is just lovely! what a great take on the sketch

Nance said...

This is gorgeous!! All the soft colors really make the buggy stand out and I love the strips of DSP you used--it is perfect!

Corie said...

WOW this is so soft and pretty!!

Mary J said...

Oh, so sweeet! I did a baby card for the challenge too, but yours is so much softer and feminine! Great job!

Julie Davison said...

How did I miss your original post? This is beautiful! I can see why Nancy picked it as a fave this week!

Krista Driessen said...

This is so pretty ! Great job !