A beautiful bedroom setting is the inspiration piece for Beate’s challenge today.


Here is the card I made for it.


This is a Stampin’ Up! only card.  I cut out the large flower from their Designer Series Paper “Urban Garden”.  The build-a-brad is made with Not Quite Navy card stock.  The embossed card base was done with the scoring blade on my paper cutter.

Be sure to check out the other Inspiration Team’s creations:

Jennifer Buck
Charmaine Ikach
Silke Ledlow
Danielle Lounds
Dawn McVey


Stamps: Fresh Cuts

Papers: Very Vanilla, Not Quite Navy, DSP Urban Garden

Inks: Not Quite Navy

Accessories: Build a Brad (Pewter), Rope Twine, Photo Corners Punch, 1/2 inch Circle Punch

41 Responses to “Beate’s Tuesday Inspiration Challenge #29”

  1. Susan, this is lovely! The scoring, the twine…everything is just beautiful! Have a wonderful day! 🙂

  2. Susan this is wonderful. So fresh and I love the colors.

  3. What a lovely take on the inspiration! I love the scoring and subtle stamping of the blue flowers at the top! It’s just beautiful Susan!

  4. Gorgeous card, Susan! I love the scored striped background, the wonderful big brad and the great big flower.
    Hugs and smiles

  5. Wow! This is just gorgeous! Love how you did the scoring on the “wall”. Wow!

  6. Susan, this is so, so pretty!! Love those colors, Girly!

  7. THis is just beautiful, Susan!

  8. wow, This is amazing your card is just perfect and the colors are just stunning, what neat layout as well!!!!

  9. this is absolutely STUNNING!!! the first thing that caught my eye in the photo was the walls, I’m so glad you used them. Thanks for the idea!!!!! LOVE IT!

  10. Susan, this is perfection! I love this week’s inspiration and you captured it beautifully on paper. Stunning design!

  11. Susan, this card is absolutely STUNNING!!! Love that you cut out the flowers from the dp…I never think to do that…but I LOVE it…thanks for the fabulous inspiration!!!

  12. Wow, girl, you captured the colors and look of the room beautifully on your card. LOVE the scored lines in the background and that rope twine. So cool!

  13. Susan – This card is absolutely gorgeous! You could not have done it any better. What a wonderul take on the inspiration piece and a great source of inspiration for others. Keep up the great work. I’m glad I had a few minutes to check designs today.

  14. Love, love, LOVE the scoring! Such a great interpretation of the paneled walls! 😀

  15. Wow!! Love the bead-board bg you created!! And that flower is gorgeous!! AWESOME!!

  16. Hi Susan!!! I love your take on the room – your card is gorgeous in everyway – love the scored lines and the big flower!!!

  17. Wow this is a lovely card! Great job Susan!

    Louise C.

  18. OH WOW Susan, your card is absolutely STUNNING!!!! Love that flower, and the scoring too. What a fab job on the BIC, and TFS!
    Love Keesh x

  19. Very gentle card! The flower is so pretty! Love the idea with the scoring!

  20. Gorgeous! Love the colors, the flower and the scoring.

  21. Gorgeous! I love the subtle-ness of the scoring, and it has such a powerful impact on your beautiful card!

  22. WOW! Can I just say that again?! I think my eyes boggled a bit with awe when I saw your take on the challenge! Beautiful design and the scored background is too neat!

  23. I have been stalking your blog for a while now. Thought i would finally say hello and also add that this card is “knock your socks off”stunning!!! Love it and thanks for all your great “shares”

  24. Gorgeous card! Wow, I didn’t realize that rope twine was so big….hard to tell in the catalog. I love your scored background, everything works great with this challenge.

  25. Wow, I love this! The “beadboard” look and the feel that rope gives, plus the colors and layout- together they are a breath-taking combination!!

  26. I just love what you did with this card! The scoring up top, lovely DP and great flower. Awesome interpretation of the inspiration challenge!!

  27. Oh how pretty and stylish! And what a great idea for using the dp! Love the nice touch of the embossed lines on the base too. Linda

  28. Oh I love your card, as always! So pretty and I love that twine!

  29. Wow! Love that blue and green combination. Very nice!

  30. Oh Susan what an elegant card you need a great job with this challenge. TFS.

    Debbie/Phx AZ

  31. Gorgeous Susan, I just got some of the rope in, I love it! Love your embossing, this card is fabulous, so beautifully done!

  32. What a great card. The colors are gorgeous together. Your “rope” and your “bead board” papers remind of a gorgeous home at Seaside. It just looks like it could be one of the decorations there. Very pretty!

  33. SUPER WOW! This is stunning. I love everything about it. You used my favorite colors and my favorite DP! I love how you added the score lines in the background of the card…that is a neat look. All the extra touches are fabulous too! You did a GREAT job!

  34. Oh Susan, the embossing and cording are the perfect elements!

  35. Absolutely perfect!! Love the vines peeking out from behind, and the scoring is a nice touch!

  36. THUD
    did you hear that? It was my jaw hitting the ground. OMWord is this gorgeous, I could stare at it all day! If it was a boy I would want to marry it, i love it that much lol
    great card 🙂

  37. Oh Wow, Beautiful, love the dark blue stamping in the background and all your scoring is so neat, such pretty flower and paper!

  38. This is a stunning card! I love how you embossed the lines to mimic the panelling.

  39. You have certainly nailed this one, Susan!! Your scoring is perfect, and your flower is gorgeous!! Fabulous inspiration card!!!

  40. How fresh and fun! Your scoring reminds me of bead board, and the card as a whole has the feel of ‘cottage’ style to me, with a slight nautical feel due to the rope twine. I just feel like I had a mini-vacation at a beach house on the east coast. 😉 Love it!

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