Tuesday, July 20, 2010



It is time for Flourishes Timeless Tuesday Challenge (FTTC76)! This week Barbara Anders is the host. Barbara is challenging us to an Inspiration Challenge! Barbara has chosen one gorgeous picture to get inspired by for our cardmaking. You can obviously recreate the look or be inspired by the colors or other elements in the photo. We would love to see what you create!


This card is for today's SCS Color Combo Challenge(CC280)!  Rose Olive Parfaits! Check out the link to find out how to play and all about the dessert option!





This card is also for the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge(MMSC63)!

This card is also for Crazy 4 Challenges(C4C46).  Buttons!  I actually layered two on the sentiment tag.


First of all, who does NOT love some stainglass?  Combine the Beauty Within stamp set with a Spellbinder's Labels ELEVEN nestabilities and you have a perfect match!  And, this is only one of the images in the set.  Fabulous detailing and still easy to cut out and pop up!  I layered another Spellbinder's die cut with the Labels Eleven to create more drama so to speak.  I added a SU texture background and softly sponge the edges of all the white cardstock with Memento Sand Ink.  This ink color is amazing for giving a vintage edge without looking muddy.  As always, I am using Flourishes Classic Cardstock in white today.  I also colored my image with Flourishes Copic Color Collections! 



Check out the other blog team designers to see what they created with the inspiration picture!


Stamps
Flourishes Beauty Within and Life Lines
Paper
Flourishes Classic White, peach parfait, old olive, regal rose
Ink
Memento sand for sponged edging, Memento tuxedo black for image and sentiment
Accessories
MFT jumbo scallop border, copics, nestabilities, spellbinders, PTI double stitched ribbon, CB ef, SU ef, sponges, glue dots, dimensionals, foam tape, buttons, sizzix, tags a lot, gold pearls


22 comments:

  1. Cool, you are the first to link up Betty...WOW this is so beautiful. I really love how you added the tag to the bow on the side. You really used the sketch wonderfully. Thanks for sharing your wonderful talent with the DT team, viewers and players of the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenges. We are thrilled each week to see such wonderful entries in our challenges and I want to personally thank you for joining in the fun.
    Priscilla
    MMSC Hostess

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  2. So very pretty and I love how the blue in the background makes all the colors of the inspiration photo pop - just beautiful!

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  3. GORGEOUS Betty, I just got this set, your sample is BEAUTIFUL.

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  4. What beautiful coloring and colors, Betty! this is so beautiful!!

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  5. This is gorgeous Betty!! Wow, your coloring is amazing!

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  6. As always Betty...You have stunned me again! This is absolutely stunning...love the colors in this challenge and YOU know how to color! Thanks for sharing :)

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  7. Beautiful card! Love the embossed background!

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  8. Betty, this is beyond fabulous!! I LOVE all the layers and how you colored the image! Wow!!

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  9. Betty ~ Beautiful card. Your colors are fantastic. Great layers too...wish I could have played today!
    ~Penny~

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  10. What a beautiful stained glass stamp Betty! love how you've layered your pretty blooms on it!

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  11. Betty - your card is gorgeous!!! I love how you colored the image and how you popped the flowers up!!! I'm lovin' your new embossing goodie :)!!! Hugs ~S~

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  12. Betty, what a beautiful take on the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge this week. Your image is beautiful and wonderfully colored. I love your color combo and that awesome ribbon and tag. Gorgeous work as always!

    Thanks SO MUCH for joining us this week and hope you can come back for more fun next week!

    Hugs
    pam
    MMSC-GD

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  13. You've done it again, GF! Gorgeous, Betty! Outstanding coloring!

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  14. Betty what a magnificent creation. Your image is so awesome and beautifully colored. I love this color combination. How impressive and complete divine! Great job with the sketch. Thank you so much for playing along with us at the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge.

    Bear Hugs,
    Carol :O}
    Midnight Madness Design Team

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  15. Pretty pretty card! Love the way you did your bow! :)

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  16. An absolute GORGEOUS take on the IP, Betty! Your stained glass image is perfectly colored!

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  17. Hello Betty - this is just gorgeous! I love that image and your divine colouring! Fabulous! Your bow and the tag are divine! Stunning Betty! Love it! It is great that you have played along with the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge this week, we love to see your creations and hope to see you again next week! {{{hugs}}}
    Linda MMSC Design Team

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  18. Betty, this is so pretty! Before I read your description I thought that this is one awesome piece of stained glass! THe color combo is perfect for this and your details are always amazing!!

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  19. Wow Betty what a gorgeous take on the sketch challenge this week. Your card is soooo bright and beautiful! Love it!
    Denise
    MMDT

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  20. WOW Betty! I love the colors and that bow is magnificent. Such a bight and cheery card! Thanks for playing with us this week @ MMCS.

    Holly Miller
    MMSC-GD

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  21. Love that sentiment and the scallops and texture are a great contrast to the great label!

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