a creative mind at work in the deep dark basement

Friday, June 8, 2012

Have a Happy Day!

Well, a few of us at Blogger's Challenge got a little confused about what the challenge was today LOL!  A few of us thought it was using a sentiment as a focal point, a few of us thought it was an anniversary card.  I decided to share mine anyway using a sentiment as a focal point.

This card was a little tedious to do as I cute the flourish part out and then I also cut out the hibiscus.  I had set it aside at one point as I wanted to use a few different colors from Design Seeds and my pieces weren't working together how I wanted them.  In retrospect I should have used navy for my sentiment since that's what the layered pieces on my card are.

Well, I better get moving.  My two younger ones are returning home today after spending a week with their grandparents in Florida.  While I have enjoyed the quiet time and got a lot done, I'm also excited about their return home...missed the babies!

Want to join us for Blogger's Challenge- join us with your anniversary creation and link up here.
Card details:
Stamps: Happy Days from Verve Stamps
Cardstock: Green with Envy, Night of Navy, Gina K Pure Luxury White, Paint the Town Pink
Inks: copics, Memento Tuxedo Black, Green with Envy
Embellishments: dimensionals, Cuttlebug Swiss Dots Embossing Folder


BarbaraW said...

Love your card. The colors are so cheerful and the flowers are gorgeous. Your sentiment works perfectly for anniversary.

Susie said...

Such a beautiful card, Kim.

Deloris said...

What a pretty card! The sentiment is lovely and those are some of my favorite colors to make a card with.

Emily (stampingout on SCS) said...

This is super gorgeous, Kim! Beautiful colors and coloring. :)

Lisa Somerville said...

How pretty - love the colors! Guess I should learn to pay a little more attention to the challenge database - LOL! Your sentiment works either way!

Shelly Schmidt said...

Wonderful card- loving the summery colors! The flowers are beautiful- the fussy cutting added alot to the card!

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