InkSpired BlogHop 104

Hello and welcome, not sure if your come from Kozue, or just landed here all by yourself, either way I very happy to see you.

Below is our sketch for this week,.  So lets go see what I have made.

We had recently had a weekend of classes, using the Sailing Home Stamp set and dies, one of the cards had a Buoy on the front of the cards, so thought I would do similar.

Using the layering circles onto one piece of white card stock,  I cut out a circle and surround circle, which I used to make the buoy with.


Now if you looked at the sketch, it needed a bow, so I used the die to cut out the knot, because a knot is a sort of bow, right?

There were to be two layers, on embossed and one the designer papers.

So here is my finished card……….however can you see something missing?  mmmmmmmmmmmmm I never really get anything quite right it appears.

Yes, I forgot the sentiment, do you think its ok with out one or is the one below better?

Well maybe this limits the person receiving it, but hey Birthdays are great.

I have left the inside blank, so you can write a nice message.

Did you know that Teneale and I do classes?  Want to attend any, message me and I can put you on the list.

Now your off to see what Teneale has made for you.  All I can say is Beautiful……..


InkSpired Color Challenge 103

Hi and welcome too our 103 Bloghop, as we have been mixing it up a little, this week is another color challenge.  Not sure if your started here or come from Kozue, cannot wait to see what she has for us.

Teneale gave us very soft colors, which at the time I enjoyed using, however I found that the Soft Sea Foam a little difficult to show in the photo.

I used the stamp set called Very Versailles Stamp Set plus Path of Petals Stamp Set and the Petal Label Dies.  I cut the label out using vellum and attached to Woven Thread in Sahara Sand ribbon.


I choose to use the Sharing in your sorrow sentiment for the front of my card.

Inside just the beautiful sentiment.  Please find the strength for today and peace in tomorrow, such beautiful words.


Thanks for visiting my site today and now you off to see what Teneale has made for you.