SOTF

On her blog, Myrna frequently displays cards she has made from her POTD (Pile On The Desk).  She uses that abbreviation so frequently, she no longer feels the need to explain what it means; her readers know.  I can relate to the POTD. My desk is so overflowing that stuff slides off the sides.  This card was made from the SOTF.

The scalloped ruffle and the rosette are made from bits of packing paper.  The great thing about rosettes is that they don't look girly like flowers do and you can use them on masculine cards.  I had to layer two other ribbons on top of my orange ribbon to hide the stains on it.  The panels on the top are 1x4 inches, and the bottom piece is 1.5x4 inches, so you can see that these are fairly small bits that I can't bear to throw out.  Even skinnier strips get saved for ATCs.  It's a good thing that the stamps in the snail&co stamp set from a•muse studio are so small!

Challenges:

Juliet Arrighi


19 comments:

Mynnette said...

This is so cool, Juliet! I LOVE the little sentiment and your different panels that you've stamped! The colors look fabulous together! :) If you have time, I'd love for you to play along with our challenges at Inkspirational and Technique Time Tuesday! :) HUGS!

Frieda said...

Hallo aus Österreich !

Deine Karte gefällt mir sehr gut. Die Farben und die Machart. Nicht zu streng, trotzdem masculin.

lg Frieda

catherine said...

Great work and thanks for joining in with my challenge over at Allsorts this week
x catherine

Myrna said...

Juliet
Thanks for the great mention. :)
Later today or tomorrow I will show what happened to the POTD; also the SOTF at my house. LOL
Love your card.
I agree; rosettes can be for males too. They all seem to enjoy getting a red or blue ribbon in competition.
Myrna

Myrna said...

p.s.
Also thanks for the great comment on my triptych card.
I love shaped cards.
Myrna

Debbie said...

Great card, thank you for joining us this week at Sweet Stampin'. Debbiex

Stephanie Eaken said...

WHat a great way to use what's on your desk! Thanks for playing along with us at SGC!

Elena said...

nice colors!

Pattie G said...

What a great project for our challenge at Pattie’s Creations Design Challenge!
Thanks for joining us and good luck…

Pattie
Artist
at Pattie's Creations Design Challenge!

Sarah said...

Gorgeous card, love the colours and design. Thank you for joining us at Allsorts this week, good luck x

Shelly Schmidt said...

Wonderful card- and a great way to use up DP...which I am collecting at an alarming rate..... Love the rosette- agree- they can be made to be masculine as well. Love the cute snail image!

Sams Home Cooked Designs said...

This is lovely, love the layout. I also love your Zendoodle on your blog. Thank you for entering our Fussy and Fancy Challenge. Sam

Tracy said...

Thanks for joining Allsorts challenge with this great entry, good luck.
Happy crafting
Tracy x

xxxtglxxx said...

What a lovely card Juliet! :) Great colours and papers, they work together so well. :)

Thanks so much for joining us at Sweet Stampin this week,

hugs

xxalisonxx

Jackiekg said...

A great way to use packing paper
and SOTF (these initials make me
smile). Thanks for taking part
in our challenge at Pattie's Creations.

Samantha said...

Fab card, love the rosette, thank you for joining Allsorts challenge this week, hugs Samantha

Julie said...

LOL! I challenged myself to work out your abbreviation without visiting Myrna's blog, I love it,stuff on the floor, I have so much on my floor I could make a collection ;) If I could make anything as gorgeous as your card I'd be happy! So glad you joined the Southern girls challenge this time, if you hadn't I'd never have seen it! Have a lovely weekend,Julie.x

Tahiluma Diaz said...

Lovely card and the color combo is perfect. Thanks for playing in our challenge!
xoxo Tahi
DT Member for Pattie's Creations Challenge!

Sandi said...

Thanks for playing in our 'Altered OR Recycled' Challenge #60!
Sandi ♥
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