Wednesday, August 12, 2009



This is another card for this week CAS27 challenge! It is also for Dawn's Raspberry Suite #14 color challenge. It also is for CAS2(one button), and CAS 21(sparkle) because I added some touches of sakura gel pen to my flowers.




I feel like I am cheating alittle using all the vintage cream since I went with as little of the other colors as I could. Not that I do not love them, I was just unsure whether I loved them all together before I started. However, I do love the way this card ended up and the colors do work together. It was a long process of redoing several times. One of those moments. I did add some score lines starting and growing alittle closer as they came up the card. I used a corner rounder to soften the card base. I added ribbon, layered with a V cut piece of ribbon accent, and one button with a big bling inside. I also add three little blings in front of the sentiment.



STAMPS
PTI Mailbox Greetings and Life sets
CARDSTOCKS
PTI Raspberry Fizz, Scarlet Jewel, and Vintage Cream
INKS
PTI Raspberry Fizz, Scarlet Jewel, and Plum Pudding
ACCESSORIES
Big and Little bling, scarlet jewel button, plum pudding double stitched ribbon, corner rounder, sakura gel pen





25 comments:

  1. Betty, this is such a pretty card, clean and simple. Love it. Hugs, Sabrina

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  2. This is simply fabulous! I love the scoring...so elegant!

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  3. Wow - I just love this card! Great job with all of those colours! I confess I was too scared to play this time around with those colours LOL!
    Thanks for stopping by my blog and giving me a link to yours - it's fab!
    Aimes
    x

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  4. I love this gorgeous simple design Betty! beautiful!!

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  5. I really love this combination of colors! A clean and beautiful design.

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  6. Beautiful..love the the simplicity!

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  7. LOOOOOVE this CAS card!!!....and I love your new pic too, you gorgeous girl you!

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  8. Oh Betty this is fabulous! Love all the cream...you worked the colours in beautifully and the card is a winner in all ways!

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  9. Simple and sweet! I like the colors and your scoring! Great little card.

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  10. Very pretty! I love the clean design and the score lines! :)

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  11. Pretty! I love the score lines at the bottom-adds a great touch to the card!

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  12. so simple and sweet! love the ribbon and button

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  13. Betty - this card is GORGEOUS!!! You rocked the colors...I thought they were tough - LOL!!! Hugs ~S~

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  14. Love your take on these colors, Betty! Gorgeous card!!

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  15. Love the score lines and the gradient of color. Awesome job on Dawn's color challenge.

    It's a good life!
    Terri E

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  16. So pretty! I love the font on the sentiment!

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  17. Love your card. So beautiful. Great job on the color challenge.

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  18. Oh my word! Love the simple clean look to your creation! Those score lines are very cool and something I always forget about......

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  19. Fabulous card!!! Congrats on making the spotlight!

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  20. Great card -- easy to see why you made the spotlight!

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  21. congrats on making the spotlight! Cute card!

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  22. This is a really pretty card and I really like the scoring at the base of the card. The placement of the ribbon with the button and jewel looks great. Congratulations on making the spotlight, and thank you for you sweet comments.:)

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