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Bit 'a' Bling


Papertake Weekly Challenge this week is:

"....to use 'bling' on your card somewhere!! This could be glitter, gems, or anything else sparkly!!...."

This is my contribution. I printed a Pink Petticoat design straight to card. The image is a Groovy Chick stamp coloured with Marvy and a Sakura glaze pen. This was then layered onto Bazzill c.s. and mounted with foam pads. The sentiment is from Pink Petticoat layered the same as the image and I added Papermania sticky jewels to the engagement ring and parts of the card. Finally a fabric heart was attached to the image.

Comments

Marlou said…
this is really beautiful!!! thanks for lovely comment :)
Frances said…
Oooh, love it, especially her giant 'rock' of a ring, really is 'bling, bling' :)
Andrea, said…
Lovely card, thats a fab stamp
Kim said…
really love this cute card..... I really must use my pp paper more, I love the way you print them directly onto card blank....
steph said…
I had to chuckle when I saw this as I nearly used that stamp too!! lol! I knew I wanted to do engagement one but then went with the Bella instead!! x Great card!!! x
Jackie said…
It's lovely..........and just reminded me that I have that stamp set (unused!!)
Stempelchaotin said…
Wow absolutely cute Card. Stunning work.
All Pink girl said…
Fabulous card ,love it .Dawnx
Jilli said…
Beautiful card, love the ring!
lovely card.. very bling ring

caroline x

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