Wednesday, 25 November 2009

2S4Y - Kazan's Sketch #40

I was cleaning out my old mini books the other day - the ones I did for specific assignments or really old classes during cyber-crops and found that most of them I seriously do not like anymore. So, I took of the pictures, salvaged embellies I could reuse and put it all in one "to be done again" pile.

Sometimes I find this "scrap-cleansing" process to be really inspirational because while I was doing it, I found some little bits and pieces which prompted me to play along for Kazan's newest Sketch on {2s4u}.

I found this paperflower on one of my earlier projects together with a circle die-cut which spelled "enjoy life and life to the fullest". I cut into the flower petals, to divide and raise some of them and used half of the circle element in the top right corner.

Cardstock: Papermill
Papers: Upsy Daisy Designs
Embellishments: Brad - Upsy Daisy Designs; Digi Stamps - Hero Arts; Glimmer Mist - Cosmic Shimmer; Liquid Pearls; Ribbon; Embroidery Floss


  1. sooo cool- love what you did with teh flower and the ribbon!

  2. honey pie, i've lost your blog but i'm still thinking of you!!
    love love love all your creativity.
    huge congrats on your muse-spot!!

  3. wow!! this is so amazing! love, love, lovin' how you did that flower stem!!

  4. This is so pretty! I love the butterflies and the liquid pearl accents! Great job with the sketch!

    ♥ Lea

  5. Wow! Love this! Great butterflies and I love the way you stitched your ribbon! :) Kathy

  6. Da hast du ja was wirklich schönes wiedergefunden und gleich neu verarbeitet. Super schöne Karte und vor allem die Blume ist echt ein Highlight !
    Drück dich,

  7. Wow Kim you sure rocked this one. Love how you cut the flower and what you did with the ribbon.

  8. that stem is so cool!! love this card :)

  9. Howdy Howdy

    Miss you around here but this card makes up for it for sure!

  10. What a great idea to clean up some of those old projects, and salvage what you want to re-use. Your card is amazing!


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