Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Dew Drops


I'm playing along with Muse Challenge #21 and you can view the Muse card down below. The way Therese stamped the patterned paper hit me first. Killer look and so simple...why don't I do this more often?! I also was reminded of all those dew drops I have sitting around my craftroom I used SO sparingly back when I bought them (oh, about 4 years ago!). Her card is awesome! I just had to play along. I used the same paper as her from the PB & J mat pack from Basic Grey.


My own flair was the folded banner and I thought it was pretty genius to line the inside of the banner with the same patterned paper but turns out it's a bit hard to see. Next time I'll nail it by making sure my background is a bit less busy.

Thanks so much for the visit, your comments make my day!

10 comments:

The Crafty Laydee said...

Very pretty card-i like how you chose only the background leaves from the muse card to make your card-really pretty design :)
Best wishes,Nessa xx

lostinpaper said...

Your card is fantastic Sarah, I had to laugh when you said that you used the dew drops so sparingly, I did the same thing and I still have sooo many left lol. ps love you banner too and I just had to pin this beauty!

Ardyth Percy-Robb said...

I love how you made Therese's background your focal point - great interpretation! Thanks for playing!

Kailash said...

Love your stamped background, so pretty, wonderful use of the dew drops too!!

sandie said...

This is a really cool take on Therese's card. I love how you have focused on printing on the paper and those dew drops are gorgeous.

Melissa said...

What a fantastic way to use a background and dew drops! Beautiful! :)

karen m said...

Your card is beautiful and I love all dew drops xx

Sue said...

Beautifully stamped background and the dew drops look amazing!

lucyscraftycards said...

Beautiful card - I love your take on the Muse card!

Jacquie Southas said...

Love the leaves stamped on the DP - this is one of my favorite elements in the Muse card. The dewdrops are great & I'm another hoarder who is trying to change my ways and use these detail elements that I love.