Monday, January 19, 2009

CCC Challenge meets ROP Challenge





Okay, so today I have quite a long post for you!! :) I have two cards to show you: One for the Cupcake Craft Challenge DT and the other one for Roses on Paper.
This one is for CupcakeCC. This week we have another lovely sketch to follow,made by talented Lauren. It is a simple sketch which can easily be multi embellished as one wishes.

Earlier this week I saw this ribbon blossom tutorial at Splicoast Stampers; and at first I said to myself.. it's huge for a card.. and it seems complicated. And I just read through it and moved on. But when I was deciding what colours would I base my card on, and found the DP I wished to use, my ribbons kept coming to my mind, and that tutorial was tempting me more and more! :) Then to top it all I was blog hopping through the challenge blogs, and Magnolia vs Stampavie's theme this week is.. show us your bows!! And I decided to get out from my comfort zone and try it out! :)

This would be perfect to enter it for that challenge! That was the real excuse behind it all!! :) Sometimes we get stuck and it takes us a while to plunge into something we don't usually do.. but then it gets really fun! To say it all.. then I couldn't find quite a lot of ribbons that had the same width, and was going to let it go .. again.. but then I decided to try it with different ribbon widths (here I used 30) :0) I like the finished result!



If you'd like to give it a go you'll find the tutorial here:

http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/resources/tutorials/ribbonblossom

I used Tilda with Rose; an image that darling Summer had sent me prior to inviting me to join her Design Team :) Thanks sweetie. I inked it up with Distress Ink, and some water colour as well. White gel pen for accents.
The gem swirl is made by myself and I added Crystal Clear on Tilda's Rose.

A side-view of the card:



Always click on the images for better view.



The second card is for Roses on Paper Challenge Blog.





This week it's Challenge number 4, and we have a sketch designed by lovely Anki.Also Anki wished that we use spring colours in our creations. So I chose the pink, white and green as main colours.

I used this Sarah Kay image this time.. so tender and sweet! I coloured the image with a lot of patience and care, using watercolour, and gel pens for the delicate designs. Here we have a nursery rhyme which speaks of a small girl which sings about her beautiful doll, who has rosy cheeks, blue eyes and she says that her mum used to dress it up for her in the same colours as the girl's.. with the same fabric she used to sew her child's dresses. We all learn it when we are young; and pass it on to our young ones. So I decided to make the doll's clothes similar to the girl's! :)
This card has quite a lot of layers, but I love layers; so again this was fun for me :)



I will be listing the materials for both cards below, highlighting the materials that can be purchased from lovely Summer at Roses on Paper.




Don't forget to check my fellow DT members' blogs from both challenges. They all did stunning cards.. again! :) As for our roses on Paper challenge, don't forget that you have two weeks from today to enter your creation; and that there will be a prize for the winner.. Go and check Anki's lovely sketch and cards here.
Also for ALL of you Magnolia lovers.. Summer has GORGEOUS new pre-order Magnolia stamps.. I'll just say Amore Tilda..Love Cupcake.. Be Mine.. go and check.. there are lots to see!

This is just a taster: :))









check also her selected sale items while you're there.. and lots of fab things she got.. yummy Distress ink colours, and lots and lots more!! My my.. I can never stop going there and checking her lovely products! :)




As for the Cupcake Challenge, you have one week from now, you'll find Lauren's sketch here, and do join us in both blogs ! we LOVE to see all the different interpretations form all of you talented craftes!
Have a lovely week, and do read that poem on top of my Blog. It's an inspiration for all of us! :)
Hugs for now... and do keep well!


Tilda with Rose:

Image: Magnolia stampDesiger Paper:Papermania Nostalgai Warm
Flowers: Prima
Gems for swirl: Glitterati gems, three sizes
Brads: Dovedraft
Embellishments: Dewdrops, Flower Center kisses
Ribbon from stash
Distress ink: Antique Linen
Crystal Lacquer


Tender love:
Image: Sarah Kay
Designer Paper: Basic Grey - Sultry line
Punches: Fiskars Corner punch (heritage)and heart border punch
Ribbon and lace,Pearl brad, small gold brads and small gems : from stash
Robin Nest Dewdrops and Prima flower centre kisses : Roses on Paper
Sentiment: Rub on
Gold wire and Pearl embellishments: Ursus




Thanks for looking

10 comments:

Jodi said...

Great cards Rosette!!! Great job on your coloring too!=)
Hugs,
Jodi =)

Anki said...

Wonderful cards Rosette! What a job with that bow - amazing. Kramisar and have a nice week! Anki

Iris said...

Wow Rosette, stunning cards!!! That bow is fantastic!!! And your coloring and card design is superb as always!
Wish you a good start in the week!

hugs,
Iris

Susan said...

They're both just beautiful! I love the bow and the colors for Tilda with a Rose are perfect! And I love the sweetness of the Sarah Kay. So delicate and girly. Just love them both!

Susan said...

Rosette, I LOVE both cards but I really love the Tilda with rose image. That is so adorable and what a fantastic job you did coloring it. Your bow is fabulous and I love how you decided to challenge yourself to try something new. You know I love to challenge myself. I think it is important to always try new things. I can't wait to see your next card! I always look forward to new posts on your blog.

Rach said...

Beautiful cards Rosette, both are fantastic and have such lovely details to look at. thank you for sharing hugs rachxx

tiggertastic said...

wow more fantastic cards, i love the ribbon bow on your first card, and the image on the 2nd is so cute

Sarah x

Rina said...

Another bunch of beautiful cards Rosette!

craft mad Jenny said...

these are both gorgeous too!

Helen said...

Gorgeous card" Love the ribbon rosette!
Helen x