It was a very rare moment for me...I didn't feel like making a card tonight (shock, horror!) , so thought I would catch up on emails and do a bit of scrapbooking, but just have a quick look at the Inspiration Challenge on SCS....next thing the papers are coming out and 15 minutes later - one card for the Inspiration Challenge...one very simple card, but none the less one card!
I was inspired by this packaging:
and already had this image which was left over after a SU Workshop I had been to, it fitted perfectly into a Nestibility that my friend Melinda (aka Melinda80) had let me run through when we got together to do some card making last time - what a shame, Melinda left her Nesties behind when she left - I was busy that night and had a bad case of 'Cuttlebug Wrist!'
I ran the blue shimmer paper through the Cuttlebug and layered it on a navy shimmery paper - added a strip of the navy DP across the card and centred and graduated some Kaiser Half Pearls....a paper pierced corner and this card was finished - so easy - infact I still have time to do some scrapbooking....
Thank you for visiting, your visits are so important to me....don't forget to leave me a comment, so I know you have been!! Have a great weekend - it is a cool one here....yesterday was 1 degree Celcius at 11am, 2 degrees Celcius at 2pm and today was not much better - to be indoors....snug and warm....beautiful!!! I hope your weather is just perfect, filled with love and laughter....God bless you!!
Splitcoast Dirty Dozen Alumni Stamp Like You Mean It
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Sat, Jun 13, 2009 @ 5:50 AM
Whut? Didn't feel like making a card! OMGosh- did you call the doctor sis? Well, this sure is pretty and I am glad you knocked it out! I love how the darker blue frames the lighter blue and those pearls! Ai yi yi! Gorgeous sistah!
------------------------------ Pat Smethers
"The Lord will guide you always; He will satisfy your needs in a sun scorched land and strengthen your frame. You will be like a well-watered garden." Isaiah 58:11