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Saturday, January 3, 2009
Inspiration & Silver New Year
Good Saturday Morning!
I'm glad it's the weekend but unfortunately I'm not feeling the greatest. I hope to be back to my normal self by Monday.....also hoping that you all are off to a great weekend!!
The first card is for the Ways to Use It Challenge on SCS. We had to add silver to our cards---I believe I accomplished that very well! My second card is for the Inspiration Challenge on SCS. I chose this cake for my inspiration or should I say the colors. I tried to make a climbing rose but it didn't work out....oh well.
I'm going to make some more cards and hopefully I'll like those more. Have a great rest of the weekend and thanks so much for stopping by!!
Very Merry, Baroque Motifs & Elegant Cheer ss; Basic Black, Vellum, Brushed Silver, Always Artichoke, So Saffron & Whisper White cs; Silver, Always Artichoke, So Saffron & Rose Red ink; Basic Gray Taffeta & Dotted Ribbon; Circle, Photo Corners & Scallop Edge Punches; Pewter Brads; Curved Rectangle Nestabilities; Lemon Yellow Liquid Pearls
Labels: fun creations, inspiration challenge
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I'm still cleaning my craft room and hope to be back into the challenges on Monday.ReplyDelete
I love the silver one! The black really sets it off and I love the design.
The other card is great too. As a matter of fact, I love all your cards. Have a great weekend. I'll be back Monday!
Your cards are beautiful and I think you've done them both very well. Hope you feel better soon.ReplyDelete
Hi Jackie! I think you nailed both challenges. Love, Love, Love the silver card. It is simply stunning.ReplyDelete
Your Birthday Wishes card is so pretty. I really need to dust off my baroque motifs set. Thanks for the inspiration.
For feeling "under the weather", these are quite beautiful!! Love 'em both. Love the tearing of vellum to create the snowy hills.ReplyDelete
What beautiful cards, Jackie!!! The silver card is sooo elegant and the inspiration card is beautiful with the color combo and the stamps you used!!! Sorry you are not feeling well....take care and get well soon!!!ReplyDelete
both of these are just gorgeous. I hope you are feeling better soon.ReplyDelete
These are beautiful cards. Very nicely done!ReplyDelete
Such beautiful cards including your 2s4u card!ReplyDelete
soooo pretty!!! I especially love the monochromatic theme of the first one. simple yet elegant!ReplyDelete
Wow! these are both just lovely! That black/white/silver one is particularly striking! tfs!ReplyDelete
These are great! I particularly like the top one!ReplyDelete
Your first card is very silvery. Nice! You really captured the feel of the inspiration cake on your second card.ReplyDelete
Hope your'e feeling better by tomorrow.
LOVE the silver and black card Jackie! You are so talented!ReplyDelete
wow- love the first one in black and white.ReplyDelete
Wonderful cards Jackie! I'm sorry you aren't feeling so well. Hope you get over it soon and back to your stampin!ReplyDelete
I love the silver and black card. It is really gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Jackie, Your silver and black card is gorgeous!! I did not even recognise that stamp you used LOL. A great way of using it.ReplyDelete
What beautiful cards, Jackie!! :-)ReplyDelete
The silver card is sooo elegant and the inspiration card is beautiful with the color combo and the stamps you used!!
Kicki from Sweden
I love the black and silver card.. it's so elegant and I love how you used the velum on the bottom (at least it looks like velum ) ;)ReplyDelete
Feel better soon, Jackie! So much going around and doesn't want to go away.ReplyDelete
Love your silver card, so elegant and lovely!
The cake inspired card is so pretty.
Both cards are very pretty. Like alot of other folks, one of my New Years resolutions is to get better organized.ReplyDelete
Thanks for showing us your great creations!
Your silver card is just beautiful! I love the stamp you used to create the falling snow... and the torn vellum is a great touch :)ReplyDelete
Wow! I love your first Xmas card. I love how you used the set. I have this set and don't use it very often because I don't know what to do with it. Thanks for the inspiration!ReplyDelete