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Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Going Feminine

I finally finished this one! I've been thinking about it for a bit. You should see my desk.
This is the first time I'm entering the challenge over at Flourishes.
Betty talked so much about the stamps and the company I went for a look see and see I did. I went through their gallery and I now have a wish list.
Since they let anyone play even if you don't own their stamps I decided to give it a try.
Friday's Challenge is Feminine Flair.

So I thought what better card than a Valentine. This one of course is destine for New York as most of them are. LOL I used GKD Ivory and med. Pink (can't think of the proper name) card stock. My Ivory card stock was stamped with Versamark and clear embossed. I sponged all Ivory card stock with a combination of TH Tea Dye, Worn Lipstick, or Antique Linen. I'm not sure where these stamps came from. They are clear and have been around my desk for a bit.
Yes I stayed up to post this so .............
Have a great day today/tomorrow I have a 10 hour shift :(. Zero time to play.


The Other Patti Sue said...

A feminine beauty it is! Beautiful work my friend!

Mary Anne / MA54K said...

Love the way you layered the flowers and roses! Gorgeous! Yes, my card arrived in one piece and I will treasure it!

10 hours is too much... please hang in there.

ChristineCreations said...

I'm so glad you played along with us! All of the cream flowers and the lace really give it that pretty feminine feel!

Stacy Morgan said...

This is so pretty. The flowers really set this off, wonderful job. Thanks for playing in Flourishes Challenge.

Tammy Hershberger said...

Very flirty and feminine! Great take on the challenge! Thanks for joining us!

Selma said...

Colleen you know what I am going to say about this card -- it is GORGEOUS!!!! Love your flower arrangement.

Betty Benton said...

I missed this one on the day you posted. Thanks for letting me know you entered the challenge; your valentine is pretty, pretty, pretty!

Patti P. said...

Yummy, this looks good enough to eat! Loving the die and lace as your back drop. I too love Flourishes stamps but don't use them near enough.