Thursday, May 1, 2008

Two other challenges met...and a second dose for your eyes!

Howdy! Again today.... :)

Want to know union finally stood up for me to have a lunch I got to stamp!!! I have been wanting to take part in Beate's inspiration challenge as well as Kristina Werner's inspiration challenge. Both are very different but I took them very literally.

Here's Kristina's inspiration challenge:

What is NOT TO LOVE about this picture?????? Here is my take on the challenge:

stamps: Baroque Background, Fundamental Phrases
ink: chocolate chip craft and classic
card stock" soft sky, close to cocoa, very vanilla
accessories: pretties kit, clear embossing powder, heat tool, 5/8th inch very vanilla grosgrain, mini glue dots

Now for Beate's challenge:
We were to take inspiration from a Kate Spade note card.
First of all this note card really intrigued me! I really like it, I must say!
Here is my take:

I had so much fun with this!!!! Wanna know a secret? I stamped the little multi colored dots with the end of a new pencil eraser. Now another thing to keep in my stash!!! Where does it end???? lol!

I had a smudge at the top corner...I was planning on adding a sentiment there was that day! lol!

stamps: baroque motifs, pencil eraser, live your dream (sentiment)
ink: black craft and classic ink, summer sun, certainly celery, tempting turquoise, regal rose
card stock: basic black, whisper white
accessories: clear embossing powder, heat tool

Wow...I didn't realize until now there are an awful lot of similarities in these cards....but they are totally different!!!!

I wanna thank each one of you for stopping by to see me...feel free to leave a little love in the comment section of this post (click on the little word "comments" I dare ya!)


beate said...

Regina, that is beautiful! Thanks so much for playing!
Hugs and smiles

Deanna said...

Your color inspiration card is beautiful!

stephanie said...

I am not one to back down on a dare(especially one that doesn't put me at risk) sooooo here's my comment:

Amy Sheffer said...

Both are absolutely fantastic. Great job on both!