Mar 08 2009

Victorian Ladybug

Published by at 11 56 pm under General Purpose Cards,Inkadinkado

Well, she looks Victorian to me! She was fun and easy!!! She’s included in a beautiful Inkadinkado set called Mindscapes. And today is Sunday so, of course, I had to play the Featured Stamper Challengeat SCS. And today’s featured stamper is Judy Rozema — she has such a great gallery, it was hard to chose a card, but after much browsing I chose this card to case. And my card looks totally different than Judy’s card, but when comparing the two you will notice I kept the layout along with the scalloped border, changing the image, color, paper and embellishment placement. Here’s mine:

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Judy used circles for her main image, but I chose to use the Labels 1 Nestabilites. I particularly liked how Judy had the bottom layer under the side panel, so I repeated that as well. This was a relatively fast card to make, using Scarlet’s Letter DP by Basic Grey.

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I loved making the ladybug. She is paper pieced with another sheet of red from Scarlet’s Letter and I added pearls to her back and rhinestones for her eyes. Quite the elegant lady, all decked out in red and jewels!!!

Stamps: Mindscapes by Inkadinkado

Paper: White, Scarlet’s Letter by Basic Grey

Ink: Versa Fine Onyx Black

Accessories: May Arts Sheer Ribbon from My Ribbon Sale, Labels 1 Nestabilities by Spellbinders, SU Corner Rounder, Martha Stewart Lace Punch, Kaiser Pearls, AMuse Rhinestones, Glue Glider, Mounting Squares.

Shopping:

I got my Inka set from Joans Garden, and today is Monday, which means fun at Joans! She has this set listed for sale today along with a ton of other good finds! She carries many things I used to make this card Inkadinkado stamps, Versa Fine Ink, Nestabilities by Spellbinders, Basic Grey paper, Kaiser Rhinestones, Glue Glider and Mounting Squares.

May Arts Ribbon — My Ribbon Sale (Tab above my Blog Header).

Thanks much for stopping in today! Hope you had a great weekend!!! And I hope I can find a bit of time to make some more things for Sue’s Kitchen to coordinate with yesterday’s project — that’s my goal for my next post! See you soon!

19 responses so far

19 Responses to “Victorian Ladybug”

  1. Kathie says:

    What an elegant ladybug she is!! How pretty. Wish all the little asian beetles that look like ladybugs and invade our house looked this nice, I would maybe want to keep them around. Yikes!! LOL

  2. Lisa Brown says:

    Very classy! Love the red and black!

  3. Beautiful card Sharon. Love how you paper pieced the elegant ladybug and added the details to her. She does look Victorian.

  4. Carol C says:

    Very, very pretty and elegant Sharon.
    Love the look of the bottom layer under the side panel also.
    I would of never thought of it.
    Thanks for sharing.

  5. Karen Witter says:

    Sharon, this is gorgeous!!! I agree, definitely a victorian ladybug. What a beauty!

  6. Gorgeous Creation!! Just love that elegant ladybug image!! TFS! 🙂

  7. CraftyC says:

    This is beautiful, love the colour combo!
    Clairex

  8. Tosh says:

    So classy, rich and elegant!! What a beauty Sharon!!

  9. Ali says:

    Gorgeous card, Sharon. The black and red look so rich and elegant!

  10. Sheila says:

    What a lovely card Sharon & such an elegant Ladybug! The MS lace punch looks so fancy in black. I also love those little gift cards you made for your friend Sue. Lucky girl she is to be receiving your creations. TFS! Sheila

  11. rieca says:

    Sharon I bought this stamp set and I am having nothing but probs. How did you condition the stamps to accept ink?
    I tried eraser and have been hesitant to try sandpaper.
    I lov ethis card so much and can’t wait to use these stamps. It blows my mind all the little tiny intricut details in these stamps.
    R

  12. Toni K says:

    Very pretty! Love the look of this ladybug!

  13. Jerri Kay says:

    Totally, totally adorable Sharon! I love the black Kaiser pearls on the ladybug, such a cute stamp!

  14. Carolen says:

    Stunning!

  15. Ida says:

    Great Card. Love the colors and what a different ladybug image. Really striking card.

  16. […] is!  I just had to use another image from it before putting it away.  Two days ago I used the beautiful ladybug, and today I’m using this stunning dragonfly image.  She is just SO pretty!!!  I followed […]

  17. Rose Ann says:

    I’ve never seen such a pretty ladybug!! She is perfect with that paper as well!! Beautiful card, Sharon!!

    (Thanks for all of those comments you left the other day. You didn’t need to do that…but it was very nice of you!)

  18. Juanita in Ohio says:

    EXCELLENT!! I LOVE the red and black theme. She also reminds me of the Queen of Hearts in Alice in Wonderland. TFS.

  19. leslierich says:

    Oh, my WOW!!! I LOVE the ladybug!! And, yes, she certainly does look Victorian. This is such a beautiful card, Sharon! I love that it’s not your ordinary, everyday stamp. This is awesome!

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