Monday, March 19, 2012

Wishing you the Happiest of Birthdays

This is a first!
I don't believe I've EVER had 2 posts in one day in the history of my blog!  Go Me!
After the last Tuesday Trigger post, I had an extra stamped image of the Hero Arts brocade...I couldn't just throw it away....I HAD to do something with it.  And there, next to my desk, was the Skipping Stones Design sketch challenge #119 printout.  Perfect!  That sketch along with the gorgeous, elegant colors of the most recent Tuesday Trigger inspiration, I had the card made in minutes (well, almost)!   Without further ado, here it is:

White, Crumb Cake & Blushing Bride cardstock by Stampin' Up!.  Vintage Brocade stamp by Hero Arts.  Large flower by Outlines, small flower by Basic Grey.  Sentiment by Memory Box.  Twine by the Twinery.  Button from Michael's.  Versamark and SU! Crumb Cake ink.

Oh!  And here's the Tuesday Trigger inspiration: 

Thanks for peeking!


Jingle said...

This is just beautiful! I love your take on both the sketch and the trigger! Thanks for playing along with us over at Skipping Stones Design!

Pamela said...

This is beautiful!! I love it!! :)

Katie Gehring said...

Go you! Ms. Two Posts in one day! :)
Really lovely interpretation of the sketch and the trigger! Thanks for playing along with Skipping Stones Design this week!

Bonnie said...

Another beauty!

wendyp said...

Absolutely beautiful!! Thanks for playing along with Skipping Stones Design sketch challenge!

Colleen said...

U GO GIRL! Two posts in one day. Love both cards!

Pauline said...

What are you thinking...2 posts in one day. That is great. I give up I only did one. You win. Ha! Ha! Ha! Loved both cards and your interpretation on the callenges.
great cards.

Cath said...

Hey Carol! Thanks again for linking up to this week's Tuesday Trigger in the Moxie Fab World! :)

Leslie Miller said...

Love the sketch! LOVE it! And what a beautiful Brocade background and lovely soft colors. You really aced these challenges!

mustavcoffee, Gay Peplow said...

Fabulous, two gorgeous cards, love them both Carol, xx