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Thursday, 24 June 2010

The Shabby Tea Room: Week 15

This week The Shabby Tea Room was having a picture from Potterybarn as their inspiration. Potterybarn is one of my favourite stores in the US, and the colours immediately made me think of some old papers I've got from Scenic Route. Since that's half the job done, I decided to play along.




















Supplies: Cardstock: Scenic Route | Patterned Paper: Scenic Route | Ribbon: Basic Grey | Border Punch: Martha Stewart (Modern Garland), EK Success (Bracket) | Flower Punch: EK Success | Lace: Spotlight | Clear Stamps: Waltzing Mouse (Say It With Style), Papertrey Ink (Butterfly Dreams) | Butterfly die: Papertrey Ink | Chipboard Frame: Tattered Angels | Pearls: KaiserCraft | Ink: Stampin'Up (Chocolate Chip) | Twine | Corner Rounder: Woodware Designs

I also wanted to point out that it's so nice to see a lot of unfamiliar faces to me on my blog and leaving a comment. You might have been visiting for a long time, but clearly I wasn't aware of that. Hope to see you all again soon.

10 comments:

Papertrails by a paper lover said...

this is beautiful with the damask background and the stripe border edge. I love the frame you used for the sentiment.

Debbie said...

Oh so pretty and the striped DSP matches the inspiration pic perfectly!! Thanks for joining our Tea Room challenge this week :)

Nicole said...

Very pretty! Debbie is right - that DSP is perfect for this challenge! Great job! Thanks for playing along with us at TSTR! :)

Hanneke van der Linde said...

Beautiful card, Lisette!

Lisa said...

Lisette, this card is exquisite! It looks like it belongs in a model home hanging on the wall! Thanks so much for sharing it with us in the Tea Room!

Melissa said...

The frame is beautiful around the sentiment - and I love the butterfly and flowers. Thanks for joining us in TSTR!

june lanum said...

so pretty and elegant

Divine Design said...

This is so pretty, love it all!

Ingrid Danvers said...

This card is really beautiful and elegant. They will regret that they haven't chosen you for their DT. ;-)

xoxo

PS: Can you tell I'm catching up? ;-) I had quite a busy week and haven't had much time for blog visits.

Audrey Pettit said...

This is gorgeous! I absolutely love the combination of punched edging and trims and graphic elements in your design. Really spectacular work. Thanks so much for sharing with us in the Tea Room this week.