Friday, April 24, 2009

BasicGrey challenge and Karma Award


BasicGrey challenge. Paper piercing. Let's hope I fit the bill. You can't actually see in the photo very well my paper piercing around the two scoops paper. Oh well I did it. I have dotted around the outside of the Urban prairie paper to make it look like it has been pierced. Hope you like.



Inside of card. Another baby card for another friend. Phew...!!! Lots of babies happening. LOL.

Recipe: BasicGrey Two Scoops, Urban Prairie paper; Magnolia stamp; SU basic phrases; K & co paper; paper piercer; Fiskars border punch; Gel pen; flowers; Kaiser rhinestones; American Crafts hearts; Making memories ribbon; MM slice and DS1; BG Sugared rubon.



The Karma Award
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These blogs are exceedingly charming. These kind of bloggers aim to find and be friends. They are not interested in self-aggrandizement. Our hope is that when the ribbons of these prizes are cut even more friendships are propagated. Please give more attention to these writers. Deliver this award to eight bloggers who must choose eight more and include this cleverly written text into the body of their award.

I received this Award from craftypagan.A very talented and beautiful person. Thanks so much. I now have to pass on to eight people. Hmmm will have to edit post when I have a list of names.


Cheryl
Sue
Kristie
Chantelle
Susannah
Cheryl
Kellie

I am so sorry but that is only seven. I have a brain freeze. I can't think. It has been one of those days and I don't feel up to anything. I have those days quite often. Can't you tell LOL. Okay have a good weekend.

3 comments:

Cheryl Joshua said...

Hi Tracey,thanks so much for the award!!! It is such a beautiful award!
xx

Cheryl Joshua said...

....lol....was looking for the comments box for your card,they are on the same post.
Such a beautiful card,the colours are gorgeous and your LO is fantastic!!!
xx

craftypagan said...

Gorgeous card! Love how you've decorated the inside too-I am gonna have to have a go at doing the inside of my cards, really makes a difference. The colours you've used are beautiful. hugs