Wednesday, September 21, 2011


Awe Yea it's challenge time again over at the Papercraft Star!!!  Last week we had an amazing amount of entries!  For this challenge it's a sketch created by the super talented Kim Duran!  Loved this sketch and how different all the Design Team's cards are.  For my card I used Webster's Pages patterned papers.    I paired these vintage papers with and image from our sponsor The House Across The Bay digi sheet called Animal's in Advertising 120.  How cute is that little girl!  The frame is from Tattered Angles.  I then added a little flag that I stamped my sentiment on and made by wrapping some paper around a toothpick.  The bow I made and colored with Copic markers to match the little girls dress.  I added a butterfly from Jenni Bowlin and my card was done.  I'd love to see your take on this sketch.  First prize winner will receive two digital downloads from THATB and the runner up will receive one digital download from THATB.  Just link up before Monday 6 a.m. Eastern for your chance to win!

Thank you for stopping by,


Paper: Butter cream cardstock, patterned papers by Webster's Pages, 
Stamps:  Crafty Secrets
Ink:  Tuxedo black from Memento
Embellishments:  Tattered Angles Frame, Ribbon, vintage button, butterfly from Jenni Bowlin, Edge punch from Stampin Up.


  1. Those papers are just gorgeous Anitra and framing that image with the TA frame was just the perfect touch. Love the blue and cream color combo too. Awesome job sweetie!

  2. Wow. You do the most beautiful vintage cards, so feminine and so appealing !! I never can quite put my finger on why your work is so different, but it is always so charming. Yup yup yup.

  3. Your card is absolutely gorgeous!!! I love the scalloped edges with patterned paper!!! And the frame is fantastic!!!
    Kindest regards,

  4. What a lovely card Anitra! I too love the tattered angels frame around the image and the image is beautiful. I just love the color blue. :)

  5. Absolutely gorgeous card, Anitra! I am in love with that pretty paper. So feminine and goes perfectly with the frame! Beautiful job!