Monday, February 14, 2011

Scraptacular Blog Hop!!


If you're here for the Scraptacular Blog Hop, then you've come to the right place! All the DT members have created a project based on a sketch by the talented Liz Chidester. If you play along and create something based on the sketch, you'll be entered to win the February Scraptacular Kit!!! Yay, awesome prize. Make sure you hop on over to all the blogs for inspiration.

Here is the sketch:

I decided to create a card based on the sketch, and of course it had to be a Valentine's Day card :) I used the brand new line by Harmonie, called "Rococco". I absolutely love the colors...a sweet pink, purple, black, and teal...gorgeous. I wanted to make an acrylic card, so I cut apart an 8"x8" sheet I had to make a 4" card. So yes, it's really small and cute :) The ribbon is also by Harmonie and the chipboard heart is by Scrapmatts. I covered it with pp and the word is a rub-on. To accent the edge of the front, I used black Enamel Accents and to emphasize the edges of the second page, I used black Staz On ink.




And here is the inside of the card:

And here is the back of the card. I love how you get the most out of pretty double-sided pp when you use acrylic:

So thanks for looking! Now hop on over to the very talented Liese.

In case you're lost, the blog hop ends and begins at the Scraptacular Blog, which will also have the whole blog hop order.

11 comments:

  1. Hi Ilene Tell! I view and read your blog post, I love your talented design and I hope you will be always create a talented design.

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  2. your card is gorgeous!! of course i always love your work Ilene! i always enjoy all of your beautiful details!

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  3. your details are just amazing in your layouts !!

    dawnscrapper

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  4. Lovely card! I really like how you used the clear card!

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  5. This card is so unusual and awesome...

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  6. Your acrylic card is spectacular! I love everything about it!
    Barb :)

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  7. Beautiful work... loved everything about it... thanks for sharing and now off to the next blog...

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