Thursday, December 10, 2009

Bit of Pretty

I made this card using Jen Martakis' new release at Two Peas called Bit of Pretty.

This is a very feminine kit with beautiful colors and cute dotty papers!! I love all the papers in this kit and I adore this label!! It's perfect for a sentiment spot! I cut out the alphas that came with the kit and sponged the edges with Tea Dye before pop-dotting them to the label.


Thanks for stopping by!

ingredients used:
cardstock: Papertrey Ink, Neenah Solar White
digital kit: Bit of Pretty by Jen Martakis at Two peas
ink: Tim Holtz Distress Ink

15 comments:

Vanessa said...

Beautiful, Alice! Love it! Thank you for your sweet comment, it means a lot to me!

Hugs,
Vanessa

~amy~ said...

Alice, such a gorgeous clean & crisp card!

sweet craf-tea chick said...

great card! love the label :). thanks for sharing.

Virginia L. said...

You did a FABULOUS job on the sentiment! And it makes a difference to pop dot the individual letters! I have to pay MORE attention to your work and LEARN (LOL)!! Thanks also for your birthday wishes-they make me very happy :)

Tiffany said...

It's simple and very elegant and really has solid lines and wonderful delicate color to it!

Denise said...

Very pretty!

Sanne said...

That label is perfect!!! Great job with the letters Alice :)

AnitaRex said...

Such a PRETTY card! I love that dotted paper too! That label is so nice also! I also really like how you sponged the letters with the tea ink!

NinaB said...

You are right, that label is beautiful, Alice. Congrats on your HeroArts win! Your tag is so cute.

donna mikasa said...

Love the simplicity of the design! And that is one gorgeous kit!
Thanks for enabling me.....AGAIN!

Maylee said...

Gorgeous kit, love that label!

Jane said...

simple and perfect! love it! And I just ADORE the card from the previous post!!!
xo

Jen Martakis said...

This is so very pretty!

Stamping Cafe said...

Simply beautiful, Alice! Love the color combo!!

Kim Piggott said...

Wow!
Such a gorgeous card!
hugs
kim x

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