Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Verve Release Rewind Sketch for May

I just love this Bo Bunny DP....sigh....   I'm kicking myself for not getting another sheet of it.  I must remember to get at least two sheets of any DP I buy so I have more time to enjoy it!!  On my list to see if my local scrap booking store still has it in stock and if not, maybe they can order some in for me!


The DP doesn't have a consistent pattern on it, so I flipped the sketch and made the bottom panel the wider one instead of the top one because the pattern on the DP worked better that way.  It's a pretty straight forward card - what you see is what you get :)  .  I scored the white panel to give it a bit of dimension and added a butterfly trail to fill in the space a bit. A fun, quick and easy card :)

Three challenges down and two to go.  Off to go and work on the next one.  Back as soon as I'm done :)




What's In It?
Stamps: All Year Cheer
Paper:  Black, White, Bo Bunny DP
Accessories:  SU Scalloped Border Punch, Scalloped Scissors, Scor-Pal, SU Butterfly Punch, Black and White Half Pearls, Dimensionals

6 comments:

Silke Ledlow said...

Marisa you are on a roll GF!!! All of your VV cards are gorgeous!!! Hugs ~S~

KathyJ (Wattle) said...

*GASP* Marisa this is STUNNING!!!! I LOVE the elegance of black and white, the scored BG adds that wonderful touch of texture and of course I love your pearl bodied butterfly!!!! Anyone would love to receive a birthday card like this!!!!!

Wanda Cullen said...

I see where you would want more of that paper...it really is great!! There's just something so classy about black and white! Love your diamond scored panel!

Alex said...

Girl, you are producing a ton of beauty lately - I love this!! Black and white looks so great together and this card is pure yumminess! *STAMPIN HUGS* Alex

Maureen said...

love that dp too :) I just love black and white cards...AND butterflies :) Me thinks you are almost done your cards...I was lucky to have finished them too...it helped printing out all the sketches I chose and then took the sheet to work. Then I made notes on what I wanted to use...made the evenings a lot more productive :) I'm enjoying all the sneak peeks :)

TannyP said...

Elegant beauty! I just love b&w cards and you're a color master, so I'm not surprised by this lovely creation =) I adore that paper!!