Wednesday, November 25, 2009

warm wishes

Hello everyone! I am here to share my first card as a member of Two Peas Digital Creative Design Team!!

I got to work with this awesome kit called Sweater Weather: His - The Papers created by Betsy Tuma. These beautiful patterns reminded me of warm cozy hand-knit sweaters!!

I adore the patterns and the rich, cozy red on this digital paper , so I decided to use it by itself to show off its beauty. I printed out all the digital papers on textured cardstock to give them some added texture.

You can find loads of new digital releases here at Two Peas!!

Thanks for stopping by!

ingredients used:
cardstocks: Bazzill Basics
stamp: Hero Arts (sentiment)
patterned paper: Sweater Weather by Betsy Tuma at Two Peas In A Bucket
button: Papertrey Ink
punch: Stampin' Up
string: DMC
dies: Spellbinders Nestabilities Standard Circles Large, Classic Scalloped Circles Large
die cutting machine: CuttleBug


9 comments:

Kelly Booth said...

Beautiful...Love this!!! You rock Alice.....
Hope you have a Wonderful Thanksgiving!!!

Virginia L. said...

You really have sharp sense for style and texure in all things paper and fabric! Two Peas are super lucky to have you on the design team! Love the look of that digit paper...it looks just like cross-stitching! OUTSTANDING!

Stamping Cafe said...

This is fantastic, Alice!! You totally ROCK! Love it!

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving with your friends and family!!

Vanessa said...

Yes, this card looks cosy!! Love it! Happy Thanksgiving to you!

Hugs,
Vanessa

Deirdre said...

Wow Alice, congrats on your first card for 2peas digi team - you sure rocked at this.... LOVE your card.

Suzanne C said...

Congrats on your new role as a digi designer at 2Peas. Well deserved! Lovely card. Very warm and christmassy!

Sanne said...

What a great "first card" Alice - so perfect!

AnitaRex said...

Gorgeous first digital card for Two Peas! So happy for you! I like how you printed it on textured paper!

Janetcraft said...

It looks wonderful with the printing...

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