Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Put on Your Party Dress

I am playing along with a couple of challenges here tonight.  Yes I just made the card and I am posting it live... no scheduling ;)

First off, I was inspired by this sketch by Unscripted Sketches, although I did sway a bit.


I am also playing in the Cosmo Cricket flowers challenge.  I used my Odds & Ends paper pack from Jessica Sprague.  I had to get this pack in digi form as I don't think I will ever tire of it.  I love the papers and elements that come along with it too.  I fussy cut the girls from some of the pattern paper, the frame and flowers with my Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge, the ribbon is from PTI and the sentimet is from the Undeniably You set from Unity.





14 comments:

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Loveeeeeeeeee this!! LOVING the CC girls and loving those little flowers!

~amy~ said...

Oh I adore this!

Audrey Pettit said...

EEEK! I am in LOVE with this card, Laurel! How absolutely fabulous!

Annette said...

love the vintage images...great layering and fun rolled flowers..

Bananastamper said...

So cute!!!

Theresa said...

How darling is this? I lvoe the images and the DPs are the perfect compliment.

Ryann Salamon said...

Adorable card, Laurel! I can never pull this style off! You make it look SO good!!

dstandard said...

Oh love your take on the sketch Laurel! Thanks for playing at US!

Rose said...

adorable!!! i can see why you will never get tired of this paper :)

Linda Beeson said...

Wow, what a wonderful feel to your card. LOVE those cute girls and that frame is so pretty. Nice use of the Unscripted sketch.

bonnie said...

Wow this is gorgeous....love the fussy cutting! ;) Hugs x

Geri said...

Love it! The second I saw your card it reminded me of my Baba's box of old sewing patterns...that I wish I would have kept just to use the images! Your creativity is truly inspiring! Thanks for choosing to play along with us at Unscripted Sketches :)

Lisa Arana said...

Those little girls are so sweet.

1CardCreator said...

Sweet card, love the little girls!