Sunday, May 24, 2009

Hero Art Go Green Pt. 2 - Celebrate!

Here's another offering for the Hero Arts Go Green challenge this week.

May 2011 issue

The large Chinese lantern is made from a recycled ribbon spool. (I knew saving all these would benefit me someday!)

The adorable doll, lantern, and flowers stamps are Hero Arts (CL297). The parasol is from the Cricut Happily Ever After cartridge. It's hard to see it in the pic, but the doll's jacket and the large lantern are stamped with gold flowers. The tassle on the lamp was white ribbon - I separated it then colored it with gold ink, too.

The layout for this card is from the Taylored Expressions Cupcake Challenge sketch #69 this week. I flipped it and rotated it 90 degrees:

The color palette on this card also works with kwernerdesign's color challenge this week:

Details: Paper - SU!, The Paper Company, Hot Off the Press; Stamps - Hero Arts, g Studio; Ink - StazOn, SU!, Tsukineko Brilliance; Cricut; Cuttlebug; thread; ribbon.

Thanks for looking!


p.s. - Don't forget to vote for me for the Vintage Plum Star Search "medium madness" challenge. See this link HERE for my layout and the voting links. Voting continues until Monday early evening. I rely on your votes! Thank you!!


lcg said...

I loved your card!!

Sharnee Torrents said...

I love the little China doll and the raised background! So cute and fun!!
Smiles Sharnee :0)

Marimer said...

Una de mis preferidas, muy trabajada y te ha quedado increible, enhorabuena.

Sue Lelli said...

Really, really different and creative! Who knew a ribbon spoon would come in handy!!! LOVE it!