Sunday, 9 May 2010

Sir Stampalot May Challenge Card

Good evening everyone hope you are all well. I've had a little time in my craft room over the last few days and have decided to put this card into the Sir Stampalot May Challenge. I have had a go at a ribbon flower which my friend Chris gave me instructions for last week and entwined some gold thread with the gold ribbon. I have also dusted down my zutter and added some ribbons. Gold isn't a colour I have used lately, but I thought it brightened the card up especially with the beads on the butterfly. Brenda is so right that it is easy to get addicted to Tim Holtz products, as yet again I have used them to distress the background!

Happy Crafting
Jo xxx


  1. Absolutely gorgeous! I love it! Thanks for joining us at Sir stampalot and good luck!

  2. Hi Jojo, this is just gorgeous. I love the colours you've used & that ribbon flower is just gorgeous, I'm off to Chris's blog now to insist she does a tutorial lol
    Hugz Fleur xXx

  3. This is fab, love the colours and all the detail is stunning.
    louise xx

  4. This is so gorgeous, love the flower, another for me to try! Thanks for sharing at Sir Stampalot this month.

  5. Hi Jo

    Well what can I say, I love this even more that the last one, the colours are beautiful and all your attention to detail has created a beautiful piece of artwork.

    But I'll be having words with our Chris this evening, she never let on to me how to make those flowers, preferetial treatment I call it.

    Thank you for sharing with is at Stampalot Challenge, good luck and hope to see you soon.

    B x

  6. Hi! *gorgeous* Jo, i love it so much.
    It has such a great rustic look and pretty too.
    Nice for you to have time to craft sweetie.
    Just love the heart/button too.
    see you soon,hugs Lou.xx

  7. Great colours, gorgeous, thanks for joining Sir Stampalot’s challenge, Good luck.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

  8. How gorgeous! I love the ribbon flower.
    Thank you for joining us at Sir Stampalot this month.
    Clare x