Tuesday, April 20, 2010

JustRite Friday Challenge 014: Double Vision: Mother's Day Card

So excited to use my new JRS Plant a Little Love set that I won by posting my cards on the JRS Flickr gallery! This challenge was perfect for me, as we were required to use two different JRS sets (I have exactly 2) and two differently-shaped Spellbinders' dies (I have many more than 2) -- LOL! This flower stamp was sooo fun to color with my Copics and I couldn't resist using a bit of glitter for the centers. Wanting to keep my focus on those gorgeous flowers, I kept the rest of my card fairly simple. Hope my Mother-in-Law likes it!
Paper: PTI: Stampers' Select White & Berry Sorbet CS & 2008 Bitty Dot Basics DP
Stamps: JRS: 3 1/4" Round: Plant a Little Love; 2 3/8" Round: Wood Stamper w/Bonus 25 pt. Times New Roman Font Set
Ink: Memento: Tuxedo Black
Embellishments: Art Institute Glitter: Mimosa; ribbon from stash; Hobby Lobby: decorative trim; Copic Markers: R00, R20, R22, YG11, YG63, YG67
Tools: Spellbinders' Wizard, Circle & Classic Scalloped Circle dies & Labels Six die; MS Scallop 3-Dot Punch; ProvoCraft Swiss Dot Embossing Folder


1CardCreator said...

I am sure your MIL will love this! I love the colors and your layout! The punched edge is perfect! Thanks for sharing. ~Diane

Fiona said...

So pretty, Marge! I love those flowers, and the white shows them off to perfection.

Mrs Ham said...

Very pretty card.

Liz Weber said...

Hi Marge, your card is so pretty, I love the embossing and border punch and you always use those spellbinders so well! So glad you have 2 JustRite Stamp Sets so you could do this challenge.

Sharon Harnist said...

Fabulous! Thanks for playing in the JustRite Challenge!

Kathy W said...

very pretty and spellbinder envy again!

marianne-g said...

Beautiful card Marge. Your MIL should love it. Like the little extras of the trim and sparkly flower centers.

Gwen said...

this turned out so pretty!!! love the colors & that stamp set looks like one I would love :) Your MIL is sure to love it!!


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