Saturday, 17 October 2009

Double Challenge card

Back again!
Last night my 15 year old son took one of my cards made with this stamp to a girl's birthday party and both sons have had texts from her today saying how much she loved it so I thought I'd give it another whirl today!!
There's a great sketch to follow over at Stamp with Fun ( I made a card for their DT post ,too but I see lots of beautiful entries)and I've added the BLING required for Stamp Something
I've used "Bunny Bathtime" from my own stamp range.. A Passion for Stamps
The beautiful striped paper is DCWV/Rose Tinted Christmas and the pink paper has been run through the Cuttlebug with a D'vine Swirls folder.
The ribbon is Colour Collection,gems from Jewellery seal,flowers Xcut and woodware punches and the photo corner is DCWV Alphabet.
I've added extra bling by using glitter on the bubbles.


  1. Fab card Ruth and those flowers are so striking!
    Good luck with the DT call hun, I have everything crossed for you ;o)
    Hugs Tara xx

  2. This is really cute hun, lovely papers and embellies and of course such a cute image :)



  3. I love the paper you have used and the layout is wonderful with the little corner. And your image is too cute.

  4. very pretty love colours you have chose.
    louise xx

  5. this is super cute! great colors. thanks for playing with stamp something.

  6. Such a sweet card,beautiful papers and a cute it!!!

  7. Awww Ruth this is sweet fab colour combo am a pink girl it.

    Hugs Christine xx

  8. This is gorgeous Ruth!!! The colour scheme is really striking and I love your embellishments, the checked ribbon looks fabulous! :)
    Love, Georgia xx

  9. Lovely card with so cute image! I love how you have used bright papers, makes image more soften.

    Thanks for stopping by in my blog, and comment!

  10. So cute!!
    Thanks for your comment,
    Fredrikke :o)

  11. This is absolutely darling and was certainly worthy of texting!


Thanks so much for taking the time to leave a comment, it's lovely to hear from you. Ruth