Had some fun today as I played along in Beate’s Inspiration Challenge.  Here is the inspiration piece this week.

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And here is the card that I made for it.  I thought the Crystal Clear Card Stock would work well to give the feel of glass as there is so much of it in the inspiration piece.

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All of the stamping is done on the front of the clear card stock.  The white insert is completely blank.  It is attached with adhesive to the clear card stock only under the designer paper panel at the top of the card.

There are so many possibilities and different ways to go with this inspiration piece.  I’m excited to see how the other design team members interpreted it.  You can check out their creations with me on their blogs here.

Jennifer Buck
Charmaine Ikach
Silke Ledlow
Danielle Lounds
Dawn McVey

Hope you can play along in Beate’s challenge today, too!

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Stamps: SU! Embrace Life and Harvest Home
Papers: SU! Whisper White, Tangerine Tango, DSP Haiku; Crystal Clear Card Stock
Inks: Timber Brown Stazon
Accessories: SU! Scallop Border Punch and 3/16th” Corner Rounder; Martha Stewart Butterfly Punch

26 Responses to “Beate’s Tuesday Inspiration Challenge #24”

  1. BEAUTIFUL, Susan! I love this! :)

  2. Simply beautiful – Susan!!! Love your transparency sheet – great idea!!!

  3. Gorgeous card, Susan! I tried to use Acetate as overlay too, but my brown didn’t quite look right. So I just added an Acetate over my stamped image.
    Your card is so dainty. Love the butterfly in color on top of the acetate sheet!
    Have a wonderful day! Hugs and smiles

  4. What a lovely card! I really like the butterfly!

  5. Great take on Beate’s challenge — the clear sheet is perfect!

  6. This is such a gorgeous inspiration card, Susan!! I love how you’ve used the acetate, and the beautiful images!!

  7. This is soooo very lovely and sweet!

  8. Wow! This is just so gorgeous, Susan!! I love the overlay and the brightness of the butterfly.

  9. Now isn’t this classy!

  10. GORGEOUS, Susan! So clean and elegant!

  11. Oh wow!! Beautiful.

  12. Oh wow, is that gorgeous or what!! :) Love it!

  13. Very elegant! Love how you kept it so simple and pretty!

  14. Susan you are so good with acetate! Your acetate cards are phenomenal. Awesome job!

  15. So simple and yet so pretty! Wonderful card Susan.

  16. Way cool! I am amazed at how clear that clear cardstock is!! Fabulous in it’s simplicity, but gorgeous all over!

  17. You are so good at these challenges!!! Awesome card!!! I still haven’t tried stamping on the clear acetate ~ It’s on the list! LOL

  18. A clean, crisp card w/loads of elegance! I love it and that little butterfly is just perfect for this card…

    Pinky

  19. Oh my gosh, Susan, this is stunning! How creative you are to use the acetate, it’s beautiful and your design is so perfect for this challenge, I love it!

  20. Very pretty card. It looks so elegant. Will have to check out the others. TFS

  21. love this look with the clear cardstock and the border at the top is a neat touch!

  22. Gorgeous, Susan! Love how you attached the patterned paper at the top!

  23. Simply very lovely! Your butterflly and the topper are just so creative! Beautiful, Rainy!

  24. Love how you used this set! The clear CS is a great idea and the butterfly is a perfect finishing touch. Great card!

  25. I love this! It’s simple (meaning not overdone…not that it looks like a first grader made it -lol), classy, and stunning!

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