Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Magnolia V Stampovie Challenge

Hi, I made this for the Magnolia V Stampovie Challenge which was to make 'Thank You' card to this sketch, I rotated it to make mine fit !! The gorgeous backing paper was made by Jamie aka Sgt Stamper who very kindly has offered to let us all copy it :-)The base card is hammered ivory card, I also used stardream gold and ivory and hammered turguoise card.
The window stamp was one of the 1st ones I ever bought, and although you can't see them there are sheep in the fields which when I used it for the first time I coloured green thinking they were bushes ha ha ha. I was sooo proud of that card and when i showed it to my stamping teacher , Alison Harding from Hailsham, she collapsed into fits of laughter ha ha Hi Alison if you read this :-) Ooh i might still have that card, stuffed in a drawer somewhere , if I find it I'll post it and give you all a laugh :-)
Anyway, hope you like my card, and a big thanks to Jamie, who if you e mail me your address i will post it to you :-)


Liza said...

Great card Lorraine. Love the yellow colour scheme.

Liza x

Tracey said...

Gorgeous card Lorraine :o)


Pascale said...

Love what you have done with the window stamp in the background! I would call colouring in the sheep green creative genius! Pascale :)

Jami {sgtStamper} said...

Love this Lorraine, and would LOVE to have it!! Your coloring is beautiful and your cutwork is amazing!! You gave me such a giggle about your green sheep...sounds like something I would do for sure!!
big hugs,

Anesha said...

Hi Lorraine, glad you went to your class. Thanks for the idea, have asked Heather for the decoupage sheet.
Have a nice evening.

Anesha said...

I am sure I left a comment about your beautiful card! Must be my age:-0
great job!

Rach said...

a wonderful card Lorraine, hugs rachxx

Maria Matter said...

So Delightful! I would have like to see the green sheep. And sometimes sheep DO look like bushes!
blessings, Maria

Louise Forsyth said...

This is gorgeous! great colours.