Tuesday, May 31, 2011

CR84FN30


Are you ready for another great color challenge? I sure am. I am lovin' the colors after all the grey weather we have had this past month. Check out the fantastic cards submitted by the DT and take a peek at the cards that were linked to the site. There are some awesome card makers among us! While browsing you'll get some fabulous ideas.



There is a long list of the cast of characters that were used to make this card. Lazy Susan Buggies stamp from High Hopes; Nesties from Spellbinders; Memento ink pad; Bloom stamp, frost white ink pad and Impression plate from PaperTrey Ink; patterned paper from K & Co., edger from Martha Stewart; embossing folder from Cuttlebug; tag die from Sizzix; ribbon from Hobby Lobby; rhinestones from Mark Richard; Copic markers; Stickles (bumble bee wings); Marvy gold metallic pen; Conch Shell Adirondack ink pad; Sky Blue Vivid ink pad; Sakura Stardust clear pen; and a button and gold thread from my "stash" box. I did my part to help the economy so now its your turn...go get some papers and embellishments and play along!





Here is the color challenge graphic.


Back to creating cards in my Butterfly Garden.

6 comments:

Sue Lelli said...

Marie, LOVE the embossed flowers on the trim that you inked! LOVE the main flowers and the honeybees! THX for playing with us at CR84FN!

Mona L. Pendleton said...

BEE UTIFUL card Marie! Love the litte bumble bees buzzin' about and that sweet tag! Thanks for playing along with CR84FN :)

Debgem said...

Brilliant! Love the punched border with the flowers, and the dimension in the cute bees! Thanks for playing along with CR84FN this week!

Christine Blain said...

This is such a beautiful card, Marie; lots of gorgeous details to look at. You've used the colours perfectly!

Andrea M said...

Marie! This is so lovely! Your coloring is fantastic!!! I agree with the others, the bees are awesome! Gorgeous work! Thanks so much for playing along with CR84FN!!

lynda said...

Such a pretty card, Marie! Love your interpretation..the layered dies work well together. And the border with the sponged edge and embossed flowers is so pretty. I'd love to share it on my blog....is that ok?