Saturday, May 22, 2010



This card is for today's SCS Inspiration Challenge(IC233)!  I chose photo #123 as my inspiration with the green and decorative lattice work on the cake. I really thought my basicgray junebug dp worked perfect for the design. I added the flower because I combined my card with this week's SCS Queen for the Day Challenge (QFTD10). The crowned Queen is Deb aka debzi333. I chose this beautiful card from her gallery to case.

Deb has three flowers on her card. I am using the flower from Ippity's spring release set called Now & Always. I just love the assortment of flowers and designs that come in this set. I colored with copics and cut out this flower. I have three flowers like Deb, but I chose to layer mine on top of each other. The sentiment is from Ippity's spring release set called The Simple Things. I tried to keep my card clean and simple. Lots of white space for me! I did add the little bit of piercing in the corners like Deb has on hers as well as a touch of a button in center of my flower! I love how it turned out.

Since I added the little string bow with the button, I figure it complies with yesterday's SCS Free 4All Challenge(F4A13). Buttons and Bows eventhough I did not do anything particularly wow with my button and bow! LOL!

Thanks so much for stopping by!


Stamps
Ippity Now & Always, The Simple Things
Paper
white, black, basicgray junebug
Ink
momento tuxedo black
Accessories
foam tape, glue dots, may arts string, button, copics, piercing template



23 comments:

  1. simple and interesting. I like it

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  2. Gorgeous Betty!! Love that 3D flower!! :-)

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  3. Loving that big flower :D Great card, Betty.

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  4. Spectacular! Love the simplistic approach with one eye popping gorgeous flower!

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  5. A very pretty card. Love the flower!

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  6. Betty this is simnply beautiful!!! Love your flower!!! Hugs ~S~

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  7. beautiful...love that bloom...so vibrant and happy

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  8. The red on this flower pulls the colors right out of your pretty DP - what a great card Betty!

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  9. That popped up layered flower is Gaw-juss!!! Love the elegant simplicity of the design, it really packs a visual punch. Awesome!!

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  10. Just gorgeous Betty, fabulicious flower which is bold and dramatic but also simplistic in nature, fab job!

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  11. My oh my that flower is gorgeous, GF! Beautiful, Betty!

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  12. I love your flower Betty... just beautiful!!!! The button is perfect and the colors really make this whole card a WOW!!! Love it all.. .

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  13. Gorgeous flower! I love the design with all the white space~ it makes the flower really pop!

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  14. Gorgeous flower!! Gorgeous card Betty!! LOVIN' all the white space!!

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  15. Stunning Betty!!!! That flower is just incredible and makes this card a total WOW!!!

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  16. this is a great inspired card betty-the dp is perfect for the inspiration you chose-like the cas layout on this card-nice work on both challenges

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  17. Hello dear Betty, your card is beautiful, love that paper and the fabby flowers, love the colors... VERY pretty...HUGS GF!

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  18. This is such a gorgeous design, Betty....I'm sooo lovin that fabulous flower and the colors are sooo striking!!!!

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  19. I LOVE that RED flower!! Simple is best ... sometimes .... but when you combine it with RED, it makes me smile all over! Gorgeous card, Betty! TFS!

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