Two-tone

That’s the theme at Wednesday Stamper this week… two-tone. I’ve used 2 shades of brown on this card, using the three cheeky little girls from the Home Impressions Victorian plate. Aren’t they cute?

I used Saddle Brown Stazon to stamp the image onto the lightweight cs and Whispers Chestnut for the words, using the Studio G alpha stamps. I ran the olive-brown ribbon through the Xyron to attach it to the card! This is a lovely all-purpose image and the girls are so pretty! very understated for me, isn’t it?!!

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17 Comments

  1. Sandy

     /  July 16, 2008

    Rosie this is lovely again. Such an adorable stamp.
    Brilliant work. Hugs.

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  2. Pretty card Rosie!

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  3. Beautiful.

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  4. Beautiful work, Rosie! The sentiment really suits the image! 🙂

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  5. Beautiful card. Great stamp.

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  6. carolann

     /  July 16, 2008

    Brilliant work hun they are so sweet bless xxxx

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  7. Lovely, really like the little faces peeping out.

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  8. Really pretty piece.

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  9. craftytrog

     /  July 16, 2008
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  10. claudilue

     /  July 17, 2008

    beautiful work.

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  11. You totally rock!
    Thisis beautiful! 🙂
    xx

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  12. Hello Rosie,

    the two-tone came out nice, even you’re not used to “only two colors”.
    You’re quite a busy bee if I see what you made in the past days ! And all the challenges you are in !
    I guess you’re really tickled to go beyond your own frontiers with these challenges. Maybe I must give it a try too !

    The stamps you got from Ria are really beautiful !

    greetings
    Inge from Belgium

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  13. Lovely card Rosie, that is a great stamp of the girls! I must get busy on my WS challenge!

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  14. Hi Rosie
    Just a quicky to tell you, your entry last week was chosen as one of our favs again

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  15. Thanks Tracey – so glad you like my contributions!! 🙂

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  16. Those little girls are cute!! Great job!

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  17. This is wonderful, Rosie! I love those three mischevious faces peeking from behind the curtain! You’re absolutely right….they’re “trouble”!

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