Thursday, September 27, 2012

Squares Card

Square Card
I made this card for the challenge on Stampotique. The challenge was to use squares in your creation. I cut a square out of background paper with a design on it and then cut that into four squares. I rubber stamped the girl image on one square with a stamp from Limited Edition. I added a clipart butterfly from Dover to give the card some more color. The card is embellished with a fabric bow, a black rhinestone and an orange vintage looking button.

Along with Stampotique, I am entering this card in the following challenges:

Pile it On - #39 fabric
The Paper Shelter - #83 anything goes
Crafting for all Seasons - #36 things with wings
Simon Says Stamp Challenge - anything goes

~chasing my paper whims~ wendy


Kaz said...

This is a really pretty card. Thanks for joining us at Stampotique.

Ginger said...

Pretty cards. thank you for entering it into the Stampotique challenge this week. x

Elizabeth Hart said...

This is such a gorgeous card - love your color choices. Thanks so much for visiting us this week at the Pile it On Challenge!!

Unknown said...

A beautiful Autumnal card :)
Thanks for joining us at CFAS! :)
Lizy DT x

Karin said...

This a lovely card, beautiful colors!

ARTfulWings said...

OOOooh lovely card and images- the orange really makes the card pop!!! Thanks for joining in with us over at Stampotique Challenge blog - hope to see you again soon. Polly x

lena-dailyscrap said...

Lovely card! Great idea with the window!

Basement Stamper said...

beautiful card, I love the butterfly and the image is gorgeous. Thanks for joining us at Stampotique Designer's Challenge this week.

K Clark said...

great colours! love that paper
thanks for joining us at pile it on! Kimberly DT

Unknown said...

Great job with this fun card. Your squares really stand out!

Thanks for playing with us at the Stampotique Designers Challenge!

Jenn said...

Brilliant take on our Squares Challenge. Thanks for joining us over at Stampotique.

Claire x

roc said...

Nicely done!