Tuesday, January 19, 2010

It is time for Flourishes Timeless Tuesday Challenge(FTTC50)! This week Betty Wright is our host. I am challenging you all to create a scene with stamps. Flourishes has a lot of scene stamps to choose from, such as beach scenes, garden scenes, patio, to party scenes. There are also several indoor scenes stamps from comfy cozy to formal. You can also choose if it is daylight or nighttime in the scene you create. Many possibilities. So, this week we are all creating a scene! We would love to see what you create!

For my card I am using A Year of Flowers Calendar Set 2 and Seasonal Wreaths. I used a scallop to create a sky background and stamped the rose clusters randomly onto Flourishes Classic Ivory cardstock. I colored with Flourishes Copic Color Collection in Dahlia and Evergreen . I love how my seen looks like someone just tossed roses into the air. So carefree, yet very vintage in tone and feel. I finished with a layered scalloped punch boarder and a few gold pearls beside the sentiment. I would like to add that while I sponge the sky on this card, Flourishes new release this month is a cloud background. I can hardly wait to get mine! It is fabulous. Also, you can still get this cloud background with the NEW Release bundle pricing still available through Thursday.

This card is also for today's SCS Color Combo Challenge(CC254)! Check out the link to find out more. This week is all about

Bashful Blue Suede Rubies!
This week's dessert option is stripes!

This card is also for Anne's(jdmommy) SCS Feature Stamper Challenge(FS154)! Congratulations, Anne! Here is the card I chose to case!

It is Celebration Time for Flourishes Timeless Tuesday Challenges! The week of February 2-8, 2010 marks Flourishes Timeless Tuesday's ONE year Anniversary! We have some wonderful challenges planned for the week as well as lots of prizes! Please mark your calendars to play along with us to celebrate one year of Timeless Challenges!

Please check out the other blog team designer's cards to see what they

created with the create a scene challenge for you this week.


  1. Good Morning Betty!!!

    Your card is beautiful!!! Love how you used this Set and the colors!!! Hugs ~S~

  2. Wow Betty! This is absolutely beautiful!! I love the vintage look and scalloped edge! Pretty color combo, too!

  3. What a stunner, Betty! LOVE all those perfectly colored roses!! Gorgeous card!

  4. Betty, WOW, girl, you never cease to amaze me!!! What a GORGEOUS card....the roses so beautiful and the scalloped edge...amazing..all in all another MASTERPIECE :D:D Hugs and blessings, Sabrina

  5. This is beautiful, Betty! I love the vintage tapestry look of your roses and the really neat sentiment treatment.

  6. Stunning Flowers Betty!!!! This card really pops!!! BEAUTIFUL!

  7. WOWZA Betty, this really pops out at ya! Love those layered flowers, and those huge scallops...gorgeous!

  8. I just love how the colors change on that little peek-a-boo corner! Beautiful!!

  9. Wowzers! This is SO gorgeous Betty!!! Simply stunning!!

  10. Betty, all of your cards are just breathtaking, and this one is no exception! I absolutely LOVE this!

  11. This is gorgeous Betty!! I just love your color combo and all the roses....Wow...it is stunning!

  12. Gorgeous Betty!! I LOVE your sentiment tag!! WOW!

  13. Oh, my! Is this ever beautiful! What a lovely creation with these roses, Betty! Beautifully colored and designed!

  14. Have I ever told you how much I adore your work? Honestly...you make the prettiest things...ALWAYS!

  15. These roses are just gorgeous Betty! I love your coloring and wonderful card design!

  16. Beautiful roses and love the scalloped edge along the bottom!!!


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