Monday, July 12, 2010


** Looking for the Stampin Sisters in Christ Challenge Card? Scroll down.... there it is!**

I am just totally into the card making mode these past few days - I love when that happens. It is strange how sometimes a card can just be a total struggle and other times it is a nuisance to stop long enough to take the photo and upload the card. Today is one of those days which is why this picture is really a little brighter then I like. The real red looks a little more orange. That is the Florida sun for you! Well, here is this card made for several challenges. The first is the StampTV sketch challenge, next is the Color Throwdown Challenge, and last is the Copic Creations Challenge to color a bird. Check, check, and check - got them all in this card. The next card is waiting for me on my craft table so I am going to keep this short, but I will be back! Thanks for leaving a comment.

Stamps: Hugs and Prayers by Nina sold by GinaKDesigns
Paper: SU Real Red, Certainly Celery, Regal Rose, and Baja Breeze
Other: Spellbinders Impressibilit, Nestibility, Copic markers, Cuttlebug folder, Sakura glitter pen  


Makiko Jones said...

What a pretty card!! You did such a fabulous job on using those colors! Thank you for playing along the CTD 100th with us.

Colleen said...

Love that hummingbird and flower! Awesome texture on this! Beautiful card!

Kisa Peters said...

This is very pretty - I also really like the embossing!

Thanks for playing along!

Rica said...

Gorgeous card, such wonderful colours and that hummingbird is beautiful.
Thanks so much for playing along with us at Copic Creations.
hugs Heather xx

debhorst said...

so very pretty...Thanks for playing along with this special 100th Color Throwdown challenge !! Don't forget to "hop" around to all the blog stops and leave some love...this will make the members of the blog hop happy as well as increase your chances of winning!!

mycardz said...

Okay, so I don't want to repeat myself, but WOW! just another gorgeous creation! Awesome. hugz, Mary

Lilian said...

Beautiful work! :)