Laurel’s Wreath

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Off the Wall Craftiness Challenge

Hi all - hope you have had a great weekend! I competed in the Off the Wall Craftiness blog challenge for Week 42. If you all haven't visited this blog - it is just great! There is a fun challenge posted each week. There are also cute stamps by Wilson Designs for sale - I used the Ride Away with Me stamp set for the challenge.

Here are the inspiration photo and challenge colors: orange, white, and teal.

Here is my card. In keeping with my latest vintage "craze", I used the challenge colors, but gave them a vintage feel. The DARLING typewriter stamp is from Wilson Designs. I also used stamps from Papertrey Ink, Stampin Up, Crafty Secrets and 7 Gypsies. The patterned paper is from my Cricut Imagine and DCWV. Hope you like it!

Supplies used:
Wilson Designs Ride Away with Me stamp set (typewriter)
Cricut Imagine Elise pattern cartridge
Cricut Paper Lace cartridge
Stampin' Up! Cardstock, Tiny Tags stamps, ribbon
Papertrey Ink Background Basics Text Style 2 stamps
Prima Flower
K & Company sticker
Hobby Lobby sticker
7 Gypsies stamps
Crafty Secrets stamps
Wilton Doily
Tim Holtz Clip
Paper: DCWV
Ink: Brilliance Beige, Memento Rich Cocoa, Tim Holtz Tea Dye Distress Ink
Punches: Marvy Uchida, EK Success


~Tammy~ said...

HELLO GORGEOUS layers of love! Outstanding use of the OTWC colors this week! This just makes my heart sing and Kim will LOVE that you used her set so beautifully! Thanks for sharing your beautiful card with us this week at OTWC and Good Luck! :-)

Amy Kolling said...

Love love all the layers especially the doily! You did a great job incorporating Kim's Wilson Designs stamp set in there! Great vintagy card! Thanks for playing along with OTWC this week!

Kim Wilson said...

Yayyyy Laurel! I am so elated to see you blogging! :) Thanks for using the set its adorable! Is it ok for me to add it to the gallery on the website?

Kay D said...

VERY lovely card- I love that typewriter image, and it's just gorgeous on this card!

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