Saturday, September 5, 2009

365 Cards - #188 - Touchy, Feely Friday

It's Touchy, Feely Friday over at 365 Cards today! The specific challenge was to use felt or flocking on our card and since I was the proud owner of the DCWV Le Creme paper stack thanks to my bestie Sonya I was able to particapate. This paper stack has flocked sheets of 12x12 all the way through the stack so all I had to do was decide which one I wanted and I was away and running lol. The top section of my card has the flocked piece which is the dirty beige/greeny colour of the damask and the bottom piece is just plain, no flocking. I decided to use my favourite stamp set SU Friends 24-7 which has the damask stamp in it which went perfectly with the paper.

That is it for me today since it is rather late and I have to help my daughter tomorrow as we are having a birthday party for Lily which will be her first one. . .and it is a fairy party and everyone including the adults has to wear something glittery even the blokes.
In the meantime. . . .
Walk about your day with beauty.
The Gypsy

Supplies: SU Basic Black and Very Vanilla cardstock. DCWV Le Creme paper stack and textured paper stack. SU Friends 24-7 stamp set and unknown set for the sentiment. Ribbon from my stash. Kaisercraft rhinestones. Cuttlebug Swiss Dots embossing folder. SU Old Olive and Basic Black stamp pads and large oval punch and scallop oval punch.


Sherry said...[Reply to comment]

Michelle, this is beautiful I should get sick just so you can send it to me (lol).

Carolyn V said...[Reply to comment]

La Creme!! Great papers, aren't they?!! I love, love, love the green you've used here. Fab combo, and you're right - that damask stamp is perfection.

I hope you have fun at your glittery fairy birthday party - sound like fun to me!!

Celeste said...[Reply to comment]

Now I'd like to see pics of that party with the guys wearing glitter! LOL
Your card is gorgeous.
Thanks for the nice comment you left me on my blog :-)
Your granddaughter is a cutie!

scrap_in_time said...[Reply to comment]

Beautiful card!!

Patti J said...[Reply to comment]

I'm with Celeste - I wanna see the blokes in glitter! (And grandma too!!!). Great card Michelle! I love this paper SO much!!! You have made a card that is elegant and classy - very well done!

Kim Dellow said...[Reply to comment]

Oh beautiful! I love the the elegant image, and fab colour combo! Kim

Rose said...[Reply to comment]

fantastic girl!! i might have to use that stack and my stores had no flocking! no surprise there :( have a FUN party and remember it's the babies not adults that grab the cake with their hands :)

TesaB said...[Reply to comment]

Wowsers! Amazingly beautiful! The paper, the stamp, the colors - it's fantastic!

Good luck with the birthday party!

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Shelia said...[Reply to comment]

Honestly I did not look at the entries until I posted mine. In challenges I don't want to be influenced by others. Looks like we must be a lot alike ;) Yours is beautiful.

Nilla said...[Reply to comment]

Lovely card, love the combo black and green, unusual and beautiful! Hugs Nilla

Cardcrazy said...[Reply to comment]

So elegant looking! Love the green ribbon you used! ~~Pam

Tasia D. said...[Reply to comment]

Such a beautiful card!! Have fun with the Fairy Party for the darling birthday girl!

Kristen said...[Reply to comment]

Great mix of paper and image, they work very well together.
I love the card, it is very polished and professional looking.

I am doing well, thank you for asking. It gets better every day. We are burying him in 2 hours. It seems so permanent. His cremated remains have been in the car since Friday and there is a camp fire smell to them. It is weird knowing that this is his last up north trip with us. :(

I can't imagine how hard this is on our parents to have to bury one of us. I feel bad for them.

We are just waiting for my sister to get up here. She gets lost in her own back yard. LOL

Hope you are doing well!!!

xxx and love!

Kristen said...[Reply to comment]

What a wonderful comment you left on my blog...
It was like a hug coming from across the world through my computer.
Thank you.