Monday, March 7, 2011

D2D weekly challenge

This week using Lucky Bird from D2D free image from the progressive challenge. Thanks Faith for another wonderful image to create with. If you don't already participate in the weekly challenge at D2D you can buy this image from her store.
I just love the stitched look on a lot of Faiths images. So I carried that onto the card base as well as around the image. Such bright colors make me want summer to be here now. Wish I lived somewhere it was year round...hmm HI?  Oh well back to reality, SO. IL is overcast today, chilly and expecting more rain the next couple days. ugh I want 80 degree weather!
Have a great day wherever you are and no matter the weather.
The sketch I used is from OWH, sketch #59. I'll also submit this in their challenge for this week.

Happy Crafting,
Shirley G

9 comments:

  1. I really like all the blue colors that you used..the stitching line add so much to your card..well done

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  2. Really cute card! Reminds me of Twitter! Thanks for joining us in this week's OWH Stars & Stamps Sketch Challenge!

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  3. This is so pretty Shirley. Love the stitching and added gingham. Awesome! Thank you for playing us this week at Designed 2 Delight.

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  4. Adorable image and you did a wonderful job coloring it. Sweet card!

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  5. I love the stitching on her images too and really like how you incorporated it into the DP. Great job! Thanks for joining us this week at D2D!!

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  6. Hi Shirley, the rain may be coming but you made a bright cheery card for sure! I love the stitched look, too, and how you placed your sentiment. Stay warm & dry!

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  7. Very cute!
    Thanks for playing at D2D this week :)

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  8. cute, cute, cute. love these colors

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  9. Fabulous, Shirley!! Love your stitching, coloring and layout! Thanks for playing in the Delightful Inspirations challenge!

    Aloha, Kim Mc

    PS it is pretty much summer round here in Hawaii, but it does rain more than you think and you don't have to worry about tsunamis in IL!

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Thank you to all your comments. They are greatly appreciated.