Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Heartfelt

365 Challenge was an Ad Inspired challenge brought to us by DT member Kristie, who chose this advertisement:

This ad could have represented many things, but I chose to use the colors, rose and tea cup to inspire me to make a sympathy card. This past year has been a sad year for me. I have been to many funerals, and celebrations of life. Too many friends, both older and younger, some I've known forever, some a few years. Some died way to young, and for some, they had lived to see many many changes in the world. I used a stamp that a friend just gave me Monday. I could not wait to use it. It is by Art Declassified. "Cafe Paris" It was so ironic, that I just received it, and this ad with the tea cup was the inspiration for today's challenge. I used StazOn Jet Black ink to stamp it on bright white paper. The base of the card was bright white card stock, the DP paper was just on my desk. The rose came from Jolee's Dimensional Stickers. Heartfelt from a package of stickers made by Making Memories. Thanks for letting me play along.

9 comments:

Robyn said...

very nice!

Bohemian Gypsy said...

Beautiful card Shelia and I adore the tea cup stamp image.
Regards
Michelle

Carolyn V said...

What a classy sympathy card - that rose is beautiful - and beautifully placed. Well done Shelia!

kristie sessions said...

I love the clean lines of this one. Love the dp and of course the tea cup! Perfect! great job with this one!

fabricbutterfly said...

Soooo elegant and beautiful, wonderful job, stunning.

Scrapaddict said...

Very nice card, love your interpretation of the ad.

Carolyn King said...

beautiful! classy and elegant-love how you interpreted the inspiration piece!

Gloria Stengel said...

My fav is the blue card for this week...so far! I love them all, and you inspired me to maybe get my Cricut out this weekend...your Sunday butterfly...I have that cartridge. LOL Today's card is fabbie too!

Pat said...

WOW! You have created some really fantastic cards this week. I love them all.