Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Seeds of Friendship


Good Afternoon! I'm back from my mini vacation up North. It was great to get away. Other than all the rain we had Sunday afternoon it was a great weekend. I hope to get alot of creating done with the balance of the week I have off. Today I have spent the AM relaxing and making this card. This afternoon I have to spend unpacking, running some errands and laundry. Tomorrow my sister Mary and I are going on a roadtrip to a scrapbook store that isn't near our houses so we only get there a couple of times a year. The balance of the week is a combo of stamping and other things I have been putting off doing (hopefully more stamping than the other things).

I made this card for Mary Jo's sketch challenge. Sometimes the easy sketches turn out to be the hardest. Luckily this one was easy for me. Since I didn't have a turtle saying I decided to focus on the flowers he is holding. Once I did that the rest came together pretty easily. I also decided not to blend as much as I usually do. A card can look great until I take a picture then you don't see the muliple colors because I blended too much and there isn't enough contrast. I like the result. Do you?

I hope everyone is having a good week. If you like my card let me know.


Peggy
SUPPLIES:
CS: SU Green Galore, Night of Navy
DP: Basic Grey
STAMPS: Cornish Heritage Farms, Inky Antics
MISC: SU Flower brads, Spellbinders dies, Michaels ribbon

5 comments:

mamichelle said...

That is adorable, Peggy!! Love what you did with the sketch. That turtle is so cute!

Are you going to A/E? Have fun!! Glad you had a nice time up north.

Mary C said...

This card came out fantastic. That turtle is too darn cutr. I love your coloring on it, just enough blending to make it "pop". Great job Peggy!

rozie640 said...

Love your vivid colors and of course that turtle is too cute!

MJ said...

This is soooooo cute! I love all your little extras, what a fabulous card. Thanks so much for playing along, hope you come back next week!

Liz said...

Peggy, I love, love, love your color choices on this one! Great card!