I am very happy of how this card came out. It's always a treat for me to know that someone somewhere will enjoy recieving a card from little old me. LOL Kind of selfish huh...Seriously I understand how nice it is to get something when you're not feeling so good, so I love to share that feeling.
I don't have much to say as far as how to make this card. Just beware of big funky ribbons like that, they don't like corners!!! Love it anyway.
Special congratulations to adorable Amelia for this great sketch! Way to go sweetie and a great big thank you from the heart, it was so easy for me.
Enjoy and thanks for looking my fellow stampers.
The pixie pink cardstock is an extra from Terri (SilentRN) sent along with my birthday card. Thank you Terri. Gee, when uploading I forgot to mention that the design paper is from dear sweet DARLA RYAN, sorry I keep forgetting stuff.
Don't count all the edits I did, please but I felt that I could enter this one in the Fan club "All that glitters" august gallery! The stickles, the bling and the ribbon all are glittery.
Date: Thursday, August 21, 2008 GMT Views: 760
Registered: September 12, 2007 Location: Wake Forest, NC Posts: 61619
Thu, Aug 21, 2008 @ 10:14 PM
Peggy, what a fantastic card this is with all those elements! I love your cards, and I have to think anyone who receives the kind of cards I've received from you would be overjoyed. Everything you say and create comes from your heart, unlike to many people! This is a stellar card and lots of great things on it and to look at. Whoever receives this card will just delight in everything that went into it's construction. wonderful card; wonderful staging! did Pierre help you out with this? Sunday's coming, but before Sunday, tomorrow is Friday. Be sure to give my regards and hugs to Diane and Deena. Enjoy yourselves. dont get lost!
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