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Sunday, January 23, 2011

Sugar creek Hollow :splash of color


Good morning hope everyone is having a great weekend. The weather is sure great for traveling. I came across some images that I had stamped a long time ago while cleaning out my craft room last week so since I can't stamp for a few weeks it doesn't mean I can't make cards LOL. Here's one I put together for a couple of challenges this week.

Sugar Creek hollow :B&W with a splash of color http://sugarcreekhollow.blogspot.com/2011/01/splash-of-color-challenge.htm

Paper Sundaes: Distressing---I used tattered rose DI around the sentiment http://papersundaes.blogspot.com/2011/01/paper-sundaes-challenge-53.html


Cropstop: Squares and die cut http://cropstop.blogspot.com/2011/01/challenge-3-squares-and-die-cuts.html

Thanks for visiting

16 comments:

Sharon said...

Lovely, lovely. I really like the diagonal layout and that heart is is pretty!

Sharon

Renlymat's World of Family & Crafts said...

Oh this is so beautiful! I love the little touches of pearls. They add such a sweet and elegant touch. Your filigree heart is gorgeous and I love the splash of pink with the black and white. Wonderful card! I'm so glad you could join us at Sugar Creek Hollow. Hope to see you again for our next challenge.

Renee SCH DT

Vicki said...

Stunning card! The colors are great with that "pop" of pink. Thanks for playing along with our CropStop Challenge Blog.

Veronica said...

Wow, wow wow...love this card.

Julie said...

This is gorgeous and so classy! Thanks for joining us at Sugar Creek Hollow!

Julie

Heide said...

This is just lovely! You heart image is gorgeous, the diagonal paper looks great.
Thanks for joining in at Sugar Creek Hollow.
I hope to see you again next week.
Hugs, Heide
SCH DT

Yvonne said...

Love black and pink together. Had to look closely on your corners to see how it was done.

Very nice.

marsha said...

This is just beyond gorgeous! I love the heart and the design looks fantastic against the polka dots with the splash of pink. Thanks for joining us for this week's Sugar Creek Hollow challenge, we hope you will come back and join us again next week!
Hugs,
Marsha
Sugar Creek Hollow Design Team

Cec said...

This is wonderful. I love the pale pink as your splash of colour and that is such a great layout. Thanks for joining us at Sugar Creek Hollow.
Hugs!
Cec

Primitive Paper said...

Good morning and thank you for joining our challenge over at Sugar Creek Hollow. This is such a gorgeous design. Your image looks spectacular against the wonderful array of patterns you used, and you added the perfect embellishments to finish your design. Please come back and join us next week. I would love to see you win some free stamps and the more you enter, the better your chance! Blessings to you and thanks so much for playing along with us!!! Tracy, Sugar Creek Hollow Owner

Beebeebabs said...

Such a lovely card tfs!!!

Shirley said...

Hi,

First of all, let me say your card is lovely!

You may think I am crazy, but I don't want to leave anyone who is posting out because of an error I made,etc. I noticed you posted on several of the IO blog hop sites with the exception of the IO blog and Jeanne Streiff's site. Her's was a little tricky until I could get the address right for her. Here are the sites if you want to play along with the hop and gift certificate chance:

http://mitrafriant.typepad.com/impression_obsession_news/

and:

http://inkypaws.blogs.splitcoaststampers.com/2011/01/24/impression-obsession-winter-release-peeks-day-1/

Each day as their posts are done I can get the exact site for just that post. So sorry about that!!

Shirley

Gloria Stengel said...

So pretty! Classy and elegant! Thanks for joining us at both CropStop and Paper Sundaes this week.

Sharon Basel said...

Oh so pretty! Love your layout and that heart is fabulous. Glad you found us at Sugar Creek Hollow. Hope you'll return for the next challenge Saturday!
All the best,
Sharon, SCH-DT

alicaz said...

very elegant! Love the color combo!
Thanks for joining us at Paper Sundaes this week!

Yvonne said...

You can never go wrong with pink and black. Like the diangonal corners with the ribbon.