stamping in time with Betty...

I haven't found time lately to play along with the Stamping in Time with Betty challenge but this week I was honored to be able to make one of the samples for the challenge.  The guest challenge host is Our Daily Bread Designs own guest designer Randi Barrett and she has challenged us to use tearing or faux tearing in our design.

I used one of this months newly released sets Mom from Our Daily Bread Designs.  I stamped the verse on vellum with dark gray ink and tore the edges of the vellum.  After adding some fun Green at Heart designer paper I made one of those scrunchy roses out of some matching designer paper then added die cut leaves, a touch of ribbon and a heart charm.

Make sure you pop over to the ODBD blog to check out the challenge and the following design team members blogs to see their samples as well:
Now I also made this card with a couple of other challenges in mind.  My color choices were inspired by this weeks Color Throwdown challenge to use pink, gray and olive.  I used the heart and the mom verse for the Stampin' Sisters in Christ challenge which was to make a card with the word LOVE on it or something that symbolizes love and what symbolizes love more then mother?  Finally I used this weeks Sweet Stop sketch for inspiration on my layout.

What I used:
SU pirouette pink, old olive, basic gray card stock
Basic Grey Green at Heart designer paper
basic gray and going gray classic stamp pads
cuttlebug flower dies
sizzix leaf die
wide rose grosgrain ribbon
gold glimmer mist
heart charm
Spare Parts jumbo white brad


Dawn said…
oh....beautiful Debi!! fab flower
Omigosh, Debi!!! This is totally amazing!! Wowza, look at that layered flower!! Beautiful work, GF!! God Bless!!
Grace said…
Oh this is gorgeous Debi! I never would have thought to tear vellum! What a great look! LOVE the matching flower!!! That came out awesome!!! Love this!
Anonymous said…
I have seen you use vellum before and it always inspires me... but tearing it is just gorgeous step up! I love, love the whole thing, the paper, the flower, the charm!! Such a nice package.
Sabrina Jackson said…
Watch out now, Debi :D:D!!! Girl, this flower is AMAZING!!! Did I tell you already that I LOVE this flower? WOW, you totally blew my mind this morning with this awesome BEAUTY!!! You go GIRL!!! WOW, everything on this card is perfect!! Hugs and blessings, Sabrina
LeAnne said…
This is gorgeous! All your elements add up together to make one beautiful card! Thanks for playing with the CTD, too!
Lori said…
Spectacular! Love the combination of the challenges.
Betty Wright said…
WOW! The flowers, colors, patterns, and design are so wonderful, Debi! LOVE the torn vellum. So need to use my vellum stash more. Love this look! Wonderful scripture card!
This is stunning Debi!! I just love your dp, colors, vellum, design and the awesome flower! So elegant and beautiful!!
Lovely Linda said…
Hi Debi - this is just gorgeous! Everythign about it sppeal to me! Love the flower and that gorgeous torn vellum! Your cards are always such a delight to see! Thanks for joining us at Stampin' Sisters in Christ this week, we would love to see you again next week! {{{hugs}}}
peggysue said…
So beautiful! Look at that flower and the vellum! So glad I got the chance to come see your blog. Thanks for participating in the Stampin' Sisters in Christ this week!
OMGosh Debi, this is AWESOME!!! That flower is beautiful, and that paper from the Green at Heart collection is PERFECT for this challenge! Gorgeous design! Thanks for joining us for the Color Throwdown!
Francie G. said…
This is beautiful, Debi! Love the dp and that flower is amazing!
Unknown said…
Gorgeous card! The flower is just so pretty! Thanks for playing with The Sweet Stop sketch with us! :)
Juliana said…
So very very lovely!
That flower is amazing!!
SUCH a beautiful card! A real jaw dropper!
Kelley said…
Very cool! Love the flower!

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