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Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Sparkly Flowers

Hi Friends.  Hope you are enjoying your Tuesday.  We ran around most of the day today doing errands. It is hot and sticky here, but supposed to rain some tonight and cool down tomorrow as far as the humidity.  Even a little trip to Hobby Lobby and some new goodies.

Today's card is for the challenge at Penny Black and Friends Saturday Challenge #205  The theme this time is Red, White and Blue.


I used a flower Penny Black stamp.  Inked with Marvy Brush markers right on
the rubber and stamped on white card stock oval.
Dotted around the flowers randomly.  Inked entire oval with
Versamark water mark clear ink, and embossed with
sparkly white embossing powder.


Mounted the oval onto a peralized blue rectangle, punched corners
with a corner punch.  Mounted onto white on white patterned card stock
and red flowered paper onto blue card.  Added some rhinestones to the corners
and the small bow.


Thanks for stopping by today.  Until later.............


10 comments:

Sandra H said...

This is beautiful Sue, the image is lovely and the colour theme is just great with all that's been going on with the jubilee truly lovely:)x

Patti J said...

Very pretty! Glad you got to play at Hobby Lobby for a while - that's very good therapy...hugs!

Scrap Affair said...

It is beautiful Sue! Love all that embossing-so nice and glittery!
Nadia

downrightcrafty said...

so pretty and beautiful presentation and sparkle
Hugs Kate x

Glenda Atkins said...

Beautiful Sue, love that stamp
hugs
glenda!

Linda said...

Your embossing is awesome. It sounds like this card was fun to make. It sure turned out beautiful.

KarinsArtScrap said...

just beautiful sue.

greetings karin

kath said...

beautiful card sue...love the image and your sparkly embossing...thanks for joining in the fun this week at Penny Black Saturday...hugs kath xxx

NGCARDS said...

A wonderful creation hun! Thanks for playing at PBSC! xxx

Whisper said...

Aaah gorgeous and wow Marvy's that brings back some memories, i bought a couple of sets the first time i went to the States, Luv Sam x