Friday, April 17, 2009

365 Cards - #48

Ok I need to clear something up with you all before I show my entry for today.  Please don't misunderstand me about yesterdays challenge. I never meant that I didn't like Amy's challenge at all. . . sorry Amy, really I am.  I thoroughly enjoyed the process of making the card but did not like my own choices of stamps etc is all.  I think the concept of it was fantastic and when I saw all the other beautiful entries I thought 'of course, of course, now I see what I could have done'  DUH!!  When I read everyone's lovely comments I just thought I had better clarify what I meant.

Anyway that being said today's card also posed a dilemma for me I thought 'how am I going to present this' but I came up with an idea and went from there lol.  You should see inside my head sometimes. . . not pretty girls!!!  I have a scoring blade thingo on my cutter so I just made it up as I went along but I think it turned out ok.  You be the judge and see for yourself.  So without further dithering from me here is my entry for #48. . .

I did the grid pattern on the vanilla cardstock.

As you can see on the blue cardstock I did a grid pattern as well

Over all the card turned out really well I thought.  Anyway in the meantime. . .
Walk about your day with beauty.
The Gypsy

Supplies List: SU! Not Quite Navy, So Saffron and Very Vanilla cardstock.  Fiskars Cloud 9 Design Flower Field designer paper with matching 3D embellishments.  Kaisercraft rubons.  SU! So Saffron grosgrain ribbon.  SU! Not Quite Navy stamp pad and sponge dauber.


Fi said...[Reply to comment]

Fantastic card, I love the colours and the design.

Kim said...[Reply to comment]

Lovely Card!I like how you poped up portions of the flower!

willow said...[Reply to comment]

I love this card but then I liked yesterdays card too, hope you feel better about your card today. I knew you didnt like your card yesterday and you were not saying you didnt like the challenge, I must admit sometimes I just dont know how I get there in the end with mine but thats what challenges are all about

~amy~ said...[Reply to comment]

Hey your big, bold & beautiful card!!

Dolce Deb's Designs said...[Reply to comment]

What a great card I love that you scored two layers and I love that floral image.

Rose said...[Reply to comment]

I love it!!! the inside of your head reminds me of mine LOL so glad i'm not the only one :-)

Rose said...[Reply to comment]

Marcelle, you have been nominated for the Kreativ Blogger Award :-) go to my blog for all the info.

Anonymous said...[Reply to comment]

beautiful card, I love the pattern that you did and the overal design and details are fantastic

Jana said...[Reply to comment]

Lovely card. The colors are great. And you did a good job with your score lines.

my5bratz said...[Reply to comment]

great job on the scoring, I think yesterdays card looks fab too :0)

my5bratz said...[Reply to comment]

p.s thanks for the comment on my blog..and you guessed right...oi, oi, OI!!!! lol ;0)

Sandy said...[Reply to comment]

love the card!!! lots of detail put in!

Kristen Hermanny said...[Reply to comment]

Another beautiful make! I love the colors, with the swirls it just reminds me of water (which I love) Great (and neatly done) score pattern. Have a great weekend.

Vicky said...[Reply to comment]

this is just beautiful, Michelle! I really love that flower!

Rosemary said...[Reply to comment]

This is such a chic card - I love the color combination and that fact that you carried the scoring from the vanilla to the blue. Very lovely.