Monday, October 08, 2007

Blogger's Challenge #15?


I think it's 15! I'm still recovering from WCMD and my open house! Thanks so much to those who were able to attend or to order! Congrats to Lori H. for winning the hostess set! She's checking out which one to get as I type and then I'll place the order after school


Anyway, back to the blogger's challenge. Our challenge was to use black and orange and boy, did I take the easy way out! I made a card from Basic Black cardstock and layered a piece of the (Halloween...I forgot the name) DSP. Then, added a strip of black onto which I stamped Congratulations from the Hugs & Wishes stamp set. Then, using the rectangle handheld punch, made holes to add some Pumpkin Pie Grosgrain ribbon. Thanks for your patience...I'll be on time this week, I promise!


Lisa

12 comments:

Lynn Mercurio said...

LOL...sometimes less is more. This is a great looking card even if it isn't greatly elaborate. Now get some rest! :)

Stefanie said...

It might be taking the easy way out, but it is stunning! Since the background paper is so busy, your minimalist stamping really works. I love it!

Julie Campbell said...

I love this card! That paper doesn't need anything else! Great job!

Lisa said...

Awesome challenge card Lisa!

Sue said...

I love it Lisa... right up my alley! Who said a card has to have 10 layers, 20 embellishments and 3 different stamp sets to look great? This fits the bill fantastically.

Karen said...

it may be easy, but it looks awesome!! great job!! this would be great for Christmas cards too!!

Sheryl said...

Great way to use the Creepy Crawly DSP for a non Halloween card!

Lori said...

I love the clean, graphic look of this one!

MJ said...

Hmmmm, who'd of thunk! Very pretty.

Basement Stamper said...

Great card, love that paper!

tonistamps said...

Great card Lisa!

Ida said...

Just realized I hadn't yet commented on your card. This pattern is sooo COOL, I have yet to use mine but I love what you did with it. Ida