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Sunday, February 14, 2010

Inspirational Card Sketches, SPCC, 365 Cards and There's Magic in the Air

Here is my card for these challenges.  Printed paper is unknown; digital image is freebie this week from There is Magic in the Air; coloring done with Prismacolor pencils and OMS; Martha Stewart border punch; Spellbinders scalloped circle; with ink distressing around the edge; sentiment is Studio G; ribbon from Target.  TFL



Inspirational Card Sketches #53










SPCC #34 - Color Challenge
Rich Razzleberry
Soft Suede
Bermuda Bay

365 Cards - Day 346 - Tuesday Trio
Scallops
Ribbon
Ink Distressing

There's Magic in the Air - Card of Comfort
use bird Flight of Fuchia and flourishes and/or pearls

16 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card!! Thanks for joining us at TMITA/PCC this week! Hugs, Olga

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  2. Cute! I love the border punch you used!

    Allison - SP Diva

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  3. beautiful card!!
    I like the flower paper and the sweet bird

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  4. Your card is beautiful. The punched border really brings out the design. Thanks for joining us at TMITA/PCC. HOpe to see you next week.

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  5. Beautiful papers, bird is gorgeous, thanks for joining us at ICS this week.

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  6. A beautiful work of art! Thanks so much for playing along with us at TMITA/PCC.
    ~Hugs~
    Patti

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  7. This is really pretty. Thank you for using SPCC colors.

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  8. oh this is beautiful!! luv the image and paper :)

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  9. What a fun take on this weeks sketch! Thanks for joining us at ICS this week.

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  10. What a beautiful card! Thank you for playing along at SPCC!

    -Kristin SP Diva

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  11. Love that bird.

    Great job!

    Emily-SP Diva

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  12. how cute! beautiful coloring! TFS :)
    -Shauna {SP Diva}

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  13. Gorgeous! Such a sweet bird. Love the border punched layer and getting a peek of the patterned paper below.

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