Monday, December 13, 2010

EAD Designs Blog Hop featuring PaperCrafts magazine's Betsy Veldman


This week's E.A.D Designs blog hop is inspired by Betsy Veldman from PaperCrafts Magazine. You can see her card which I used for inspiration above.

This is my card using Celebrate the Season stickerz. I have to say this card only took 20 mins. I adore stickers but I have wrecked them many times when I put them on- usually crooked- and when I go to move them they tear. I tried it with these stickers and they peeled off so easily and went right back on! Andrea- I mean- mistake proof! One more Christmas card down and 30 to go lol!

Betsy actually has 2 cards for inspiration today! To start at the beginning of the hop and see both cards click here to go to the E.A.D. Designs blog or if you are already hopping along click here to go to Amy T's blog. I am heading there myself to see her lovely creation!.

Hope you have a fabulous winter day. Cheers, Andi

12 comments:

Stephanie Zito said...

OMG! Andrea!!! Sooo beautiful! Love the pearls! Incredible take on Betsy's card!

Simply AJ said...

Wow... this card is fabulous! I love the pearl details. Such a great job! I don't work well with sticker either, something I am working on! Thanks so much for sharing your talent! AJ - aj_822 at yahoo dot com.

{VICKI} said...

very pretty!

~amy~ said...

absolutely STUNNING!!!! So glad to have you as part of the EAD DT this month!!!

Court said...

beautiful!!! I love it! :)

Jenn said...

beautiful card, love the pearl bling

Larajc said...

That is what I need, mistake-proof stickers...I love the bright red on the card!

Rita Hutcheson-Cobbs said...

Absolutely beautiful!!! Loving it...

Amy said...

Beautiful Andrea!

Jennifer said...

Hi Andrea,

Your card is beautiful!!! :) It looks so elegant with the thick red ribbon and pretty pearls!

Thanks for sharing,

Jennifer
partridgelu at yahoo dot com

joeygirl86 said...

This is sooo beautiful!! I love the pearls! Great job girly! ;)

KimberleyG said...

Very nice card. I love the bow and the swirls.
I've got to say I'm no stranger to peeling off things that have gone on crooked, backwards or upside down. How does that happen anyway? I'm guessing craft gremlins.