Saturday, August 14, 2010

Speedy the Cats' Friends Challenge #16 - Think Flowers!

Welcome to Speedy the Cats Friends challenge #16! This week Joanne G challenged us to 'Think Flowers'!


The stamps, card stock, ribbon and Ranger inks are all from Marks' Finest Papers. The stamps are from two MFP sets - the branch with the bird and the flower are from Tweet Blessings and the sentiment is from Apples and Camellia.

I used Mercy's Tuesday sketch for my card today.

How will you use flowers on a card this week!?! Come on over to Marks Finest Papers Blog and link your card there. You could win an MFP stamp set!! There will be a winner for every 50 entries!

If you load your card on Split Coast please use Speedys Friends in your keywords.

Thanks so much for dropping by today! I hope you're weekend is full of fun (and stamping!)!!

Stamps: Marks Finest Papers - Tweet Blessings, Apples & Camellia
Paper: White, Kraft - MFP, DP Basic Grey Paper Pad -
Ink: Ranger Distress - Dusty Concord, Bundled Sage, Worn Lipstick
Accessories: Large gems - Michaels, tiny gems - Taylored Expressions, foam dimensionals, sponge and applicator Inksentials/Ranger, Quickie glue pen.

10 comments:

Melissa Sauls said...

Oh this is just lovely Julia! Love that pop of color on the branch, just beautiful!

Sue W said...

Beautiful - the DP is perfect for this cute stamp too!

Lynn McAuley said...

Your BasicGray strip looks sensational with this wonderful bird on your beautifully flowered branch!! What a sweet, sweet Get Well creation, Julia!!

Vicki Dutcher said...

Ooo I like the way you added the flowers to the branch! Wonderful get well card~~

Joanne (jojot) said...

love the layout on this one....great color combo.....a tranquil effect

Riet said...

So wonderful card Julia.

Hugs Riet.xx

redwasher1 said...

Beautiful card! Love the sponging too!

Liz Williams said...

Love how you added those flowers to the branch. Gotta try that. Beautiful dp!

jdmommy said...

great job...I love this "stick" and bird too!

Claudine Poch said...

Your stamped image is very creative. Love that strip of paper, it matches perfectly.