Friday, April 24, 2009

365 Cards - #55

Hi  everyone,  when I saw the challenge for today I thought I was going to have real trouble with it but I didn't lol but at the end I thought Michelle you made it too simple, but really I had to work within the confines of the challenge so here it is. . .



After publishing it I ran the sponge dauber around the edges of the printed paper with SU Chocolate Chip to jazz it up a bit, which you can see below is a bit of an improvement.  So there you have it #55 done and dusted.
In the meantime. . .
Walk about your day with beauty.
The Gypsy


Supplies: SU Chocolate Chip cardstock and 5 petal flower punch.  Kaisercraft Pretty In Pink Designer paper and rhinestone flowers.  Unknown brand of alpha stickers.  Cuttlebug Swiss Dot folder.


17 comments:

fabricbutterfly said...[Reply to comment]

what a beauty of a card, you really are a fantastic artist, I am so glad you play with the 365 card group, I love seeing all your cards, and everyone else's, thanks for sharing

Bex said...[Reply to comment]

What a fabulous colour combination! The scalloped edge really sets the whole thing off, lovely.

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

LOVE it michelle...I'm a huge fan of SU chocolate chip! Happy Friday!!

AUsome mom said...[Reply to comment]

WOW! What a difference the chalking made! The card is fantabulous!!

Fi said...[Reply to comment]

OMG - that is awsome - I loved it in the first photo but I love it a lot more with the inking.
Fantastic - love the colour combo.
Hugs
Fu

Rose said...[Reply to comment]

AWESOME!!! love the inking you added :-)

willow said...[Reply to comment]

I love this with and with out the inking, great colour combo
Maz

Karen Lee said...[Reply to comment]

Terrific!!

hugs, Karen Lee

Vicky said...[Reply to comment]

So pretty!! Love those flower shaped jewels and that patterned paper is just gorgeous! Each of your elements work very well together!

kristie sessions said...[Reply to comment]

fabulous job with the challenge!! I love what inking can do. so simple but adds so much. great job!

Audrey said...[Reply to comment]

It's amazing how a dash of colour can change the outlook of the card! Lovely card! Left you something (x2) on my blog! :)

Ann said...[Reply to comment]

So pretty! Great job on the challenge!

Fran said...[Reply to comment]

Great job..

Rose-Anne said...[Reply to comment]

Hi Michelle, I couldn't find an e-mail addy for you so I will message you here. The Cuttlebug Dies are called Flowers 37-1508 Flowers. They come as 2 dies together. They are a must for the flower lover.
Love your cards by the way.

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

Great job with this challenge this card is so lovely and I love those letters.

Rosemary said...[Reply to comment]

You may think it is simple, but it looks very rich and luxurious from where I'm seeing it. Really pretty card.

Fi said...[Reply to comment]

Hi Michelle, thank you for your comments on my acetate card. The only reason I could make the card was because someone RAK'd me some from the cricut MB - you could use the plastic packaging from your craft supplies or if you like I could send you a couple of pieces, just let me know.
I came to have a look at your card, but you have not posted it as yet...
Hugs
Fi