Saturday, January 17, 2009

Kristina's Color Inspiration #38


Hell0 again! Time for another Kristina's Color Inspiration. Aren't these colors so warm and sunny? Unlike the weather this week in Iowa. We've had bitter cold, fierce winds and multiply snows! So, I was very eager to barricade myself in my craft room and participate in this challenge. Well, I didn't find the time I had hoped. Hence, the late post! At the beginning of the process I tried to stay away from flowers. As much as I LOVE flowers I wanted to stretch myself a little more. In the end, I couldn't resist going that route. These flowers are so cheerful and I have been dreaming all week of starting my garden seeds. For now, these blooms will have to do. Thanks for stopping by!

7 comments:

  1. Beautiful card! love the scallop/ric rac along the bottom.

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  2. Hi Shelley! Came across your blog from KWerner's color challenge. Love your card! I'm also located in Iowa...NE Iowa to be exact. Aren't you loving the wind we are having today? At least the -50 wind chill is over...course, the wind made it feel very chilly today. Just popping in to say "hi"...

    Jenn from NE Iowa

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  3. Just gorgeous!! Yes, the colors are so nice and sunny... and I like the paper piercing with the stitching. This weather is CRAZY. It's warmed up here in central Minnesota, and now the snow is coming. LOL! I keep telling myself to THINK SPRING!!! :)

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  4. So pretty! I love the ric-rac along the bottom and the faux-stitching. Great use of the colors!

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  5. Oh Shelley! This is so pretty! Love the little buttons in the center of the blossoms. So sweet! Terrific job with that scallop punch too! :D

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  6. Beautiful! The texture really makes the card 'feel' good ;)

    http://crazymsd.blogspot.com/

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