For MM's tea party we are in New Orleans this week. Wahooo! Well, that brought back memories. Not all of them so fond. The first time I did an oyster shooter was on Bourbon Street and it was not the most pleasant experience I ever had. However, I figure pearls come from oysters, so I added pearls to my card. Blue ones which were a perfect match to the dp and a gift from the lovely and generous Peggy-Sue. Thank you, Peggy-Sue!
So if the blue pearls don't count, I made sure to throw in a background of Mardi Gras beads so there would be no suggestion of a back door for me! Even though our beloved MM said there was no back door this time, I didn't want to take any chances.
The card is much more shimmery than in the photo. Both the dp and the corresponding blue are shimmery.
Thanks to Princessheather for letting me punch a bunch o' MS butterflies!
Pinkies up teapartiers! And happy weekend wishes to all!
Date: Saturday, February 20, 2010 GMT Views: 993
Accessories: White ep, gold ep, MS Butterfly punch (thanks Heather!), MS leaf punch, Prima Flowers, SU flower punch, unknown flower punch, white brad, SU designer label punch, SU something or other punch, blue pearls (thank you, Peggy-Sue), dimensionals, square punche
Registered: February 1, 2005 Location: Temple, Tx Posts: 37767
Sat, Feb 20, 2010 @ 2:45 PM
Your card is sooo pretty...we saved you a seat at the tea party cause we knew you would be here....glad you brought all those beads!!! I just love the colors you used and the gold embossing is gorgeous!!!
Registered: May 20, 2008 Location: Seattle, WA Posts: 11621
Sat, Feb 20, 2010 @ 3:40 PM
Oh Em, I am so glad to see that you were able to play today!! This is fabu!!! I love the gold with the blue and that butterfly has never looked better!! You did an amazing job putting all of these challenges into one card too! Will we see another... ???