Sunday, February 28, 2010

Destress With Some Distressing

Hello and Happy Stamping!
I am hosting this week's Dottie's World and I have asked for some distressing on your card, along with a charmed download of course. :o)
For this card I used Holly In The Garden and you can get it HERE
I colored Holly in with my copics.
The paper is brand new My Mind's Eye from the Quite Contrary Collection-Mary Mary and so is the LUSH ribbon. I am loving this new collection from MME....it's so yummy! Especially the new line of ribbons-sooooo yummy and lush!

For my distressing I used my Close To My Heart Edge Distresser
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It's super affordable and so effective.


Everything is pretty much the same as usual...:oP
Have a Fabby Sunday-make sure you take some time for yourself !
And check out the Dottie's World blog to see what all the other designer's came up with for this week's "Distressed Out" challenge!

Thanks for stopping by,

Nicole M Bailey

6 comments:

Sharon said...

A really beautiful card Nicole. Love the image and your choice of papers. I think I might have to add those to my collection!

Karen@CCC said...

Gorgeous card Nicole. Your cards always seem so substantial and full of goodness - like fine dining :-) Fabulous work! xx

Jodie from Oz said...

Nicole,
stunning card, I love the flowers and gorgeous papers in such beautiful colours. hugs Jodie from Oz

Gunn (Merete) said...

Hello Nicole.
This card is so beautiful, and I think of spring when I see it. The beautiful papers and great colors make this card so cute, and this image is just perfect for these papers and you have colored her so beautiful. I love this.
And thanks for this great challenge, had so much fun making my card.
Wish you a great week.
Hugs Gunn :-D

Lisa Jane said...

Another great card - Hollie looks beautiful. I am hoping to have another go this week
Lisa ;)

Sheila said...

Hiya Nicole.
I really enjoyed this little bit of de-stressing you set for us this week:-.
I love your Holly in the garden she is gorgeous!!, love the DP and your beautiful flowers too.
Hugs
Sheila xx