Wednesday, November 16, 2011


It's my turn Sharon to share some inspiration with you using the fabulous stamp by Conie Fong.  This one is called BUTTERCUP  and is available here.

Originally I chose some backing papers as inspiration for colours, starting with the deep reds then changed my mind and went for the blue.  Hence I couldn't make up my mind which one to go with so I have done two samples based on the same backing paper.

This is the warm version bringing out the red tones and now the cooler tones picking out the blue's.

For more details check out my blog

Best wishes,  Sharon


  1. Both are gorgeous Sharon. The added butterflies in the embellishments are a nice touch w/ the pearls added. She is so sweet looking.

  2. Love how you made two cards with the same image but in different colour combos. Both are so lovely. Love all the flowers you added and each other little details. Gorgeous creations, Sharon.
    Hugs, Karina

  3. Wow Sharon. These are both stunning. I wouldn't be able to pick either. Love them both. The paper and embellishments are lovely.

  4. Both cards are stunning Sharon but I think the white dots you made are prettier than the dark ones. Just my opinion on the dots....all else is identically gorgeous!!

  5. Fab card. Love the little dots you added. Such a nice detail.

  6. So beautiful. I love the patterned papers you added to it and the dots you put. That image is just wonderful.

  7. Really I appreciate the effort you made to share the knowledge. The topic here I found was really effective to the topic which I was researching for a long time.

  8. Both of these are beautiful Sharon. I love the papers you chose and the colors. You use of the layout and flowers along with the pearls you created are just stunning.

  9. Woow..Two beautiful cards, with the same image, but still soo different!! I love them both, and your DP and punched flowers are soo lovely, and make the card even more beautiful!! And..I like the way you've used a pen to look like sewing!;) I've just found my sewing machine againg( it was in the gargage..LOL), so no I want to sew my cards aging..thanks, Sharon!;)
    Hugs, Ellen