Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Jacksonbelle Embellishments Challenge JBE103

Hello and happy Tuesday. It’s time for our Tuesday challenge from Jacksonbelle Embellishments and today our challenge is to use Kraft for your cardbase. I used 2 Verve stamp sets, Budding Blossoms and Because of You. AND I made a clean and simple card. Let me know what you think.



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When you play along with the Jbelle challenge please add a link to your card in the comment section on the Jbelle blog. When you upload to a public gallery please use the keyword JBE103. Check out what the rest of the DT have for you today.

  • Amy Tsuruta
  • Dawn Lusk
  • Heather Lee-Reppen
  • Heather Pulvirenti
  • Jill Dunn
  • Julie Lacey
  • Lynda Benden
  • Pam Varnell (me)
  • Shemaine Smith
  • Stephanie Severin
  • Tobi Crawford
  • Windy Robinson

    Thanks so much for joining me today. I will see you back here tomorrow for another challenge. Have a great day my friends.




    Jessie/knightrone said...

    Absolutely gorgeous!!

    Tasha said...

    Pam this CAS design is awesome! Its really pretty and very designer! The flowers look fab 3d and the colour is so fun. Love it
    love tasha xx

    Julie E said...

    I likey! Great idea to use the black and then color in the flowers and pop 'em up...plus the matching ribbon is the perfect touch and you can't go wrong with kraft!

    Dawn said...

    ooooh, how lovely Pam!! I love a finished inside, but rarely take the time to do it....why!!!? this is great!

    Jill said...

    Lovely! Great job on the challenge!

    Danni said...

    Very pretty!

    ~amy~ said...

    so very pretty!!!

    the whimsical butterfly said...

    Ok, see you TOTALLY pulled this off the way I want to but never seem to be able to! That pop of pink reALLY pulls in on the kraft, too. This is beautiful!!!

    Windy Robinson said...

    Wow Pam! This is a stunner:)

    Lynda Benden said...

    These are both beautiful Pam!