Monday, October 5, 2009

Hola!


Hola! I had to participate in Nichole's 2nd World Card Making Day Challenge:
Your challenge is to create a project that is inspired by either the colors, designs or even themes that are prominent in the Mexican culture.
I'm married into a Mexican family and I'm of Hispanic descent myself, so it was easy to be inspired by the colors of Mexico. I wanted to make a card with a sentiment in Spanish, which is a common occurrence on my blog. I would LOVE if Papertrey Ink came out with a set of sentiments in Spanish. Nichole, hint, hint!

Thanks for stopping by!

Card Ingredients
Stamps: Remember & Polka Dot Basics (PTI), Tarjetas con Bordes Festoneados (SU!)
Paper: Pacific Point & Crush Curry (SU!), patterned paper (BasicGrey)
Ink: Pacific Point, Dusty Durango, VersaMark
Tools: stapler, scallop square punch (SU!)
Other: ribbon (BasicGrey), staples, rhinestones (Michael's), foam tape, clear embossing powder, foam tape

6 comments:

Nancy L. said...

I agree with you on the "Hint" for Nichole on the Spanish set :)
Great card!

Jessica said...

Love your card!! The ribbon and colors are so authentic. Great take!! And yes another hint, Nichole ;)

Ange Kelly said...

What a fabulous card Anthonette! I new your 'mexican' card would be amazing! I love that patterned background

Ange :)

Sue Lelli said...

GREAT card! I LOVE your patterned paper and the ribbon and the colors!!!

Kerry said...

the colors & detail on this card are amazing!! LOVE it!! thanks for sharing :)

Angie Tieman said...

This is fantabulous!! Love the colors and all the fun stuff you mixed together here!