Friday, January 17, 2014

Sketch Challenge At The Shabby Tea Room

I am back online...yah!!!  I feel like I have been given my life back...lol.
Wow, it is so hard not to have a computer, actually makes me wonder if
I spend too much time on it, I missed it so much...lol.

Last week my "pink" card HERE won the top honor at "The Shabby Tea Room"
I was so honored and appreciate it so much!!  I won some wonderful stamps from
"Paper Sweeties", and can't wait to go on my "shopping spree" there!
  I also will be guest designing there the week of Feb.2nd, I hope you will join me!


This card I am sharing today I made for the "sketch" challenge at  


I seem to "ignore" my colored card stock, so one of my this years card making
"resolutions" was to use more of it.  I choose SU Rose Red for my base.
The background paper is from an almost used the entire pad...almost....
of one of my favorite 6 x 6 pads from Glitz "Hello Friend".
The pink strip you see is a "paint" sample from Valspar.
The chipboard piece is from a "new", just received "Ruby Rock-It die cut package
called "mother nature".
the flowers and the butterfly are from Heidi Swapp.

So there you have it.....it feels so GOOD to be "back"!!!

6 comments:

Kristi Schurr said...

So pretty! Love that bokeh paper you used for the background! Glad to see you back! Congrats on your win at TSTR,have fun with your new goodies!

Darlene (SCS:akronstamperdpk) said...

WELCOME BACK! This is beautiful! Congrats on your win ... so deserving!! What a great use of elements on this creation ... you are SO CLEVER!
Stay warm ... Hugs from Ohio!

Leslie Miller said...

All those pretty parts make a beautiful whole! So glad you got your computer issues resolved. Congratulations on your win!

Ros Crawford said...

Welcome back!! At least you could do some creating ... This is so sweet ... pretty colours there too

Tracey said...

Beautiful.....love your card!

Gramadonnie said...

I love your heart with snowflowers. It is a wonderful idea. Do you really have over 40 inches of snow? I am going to come live in your area so I can see some real snow. I live in KS and where we live we have seen no more than 4-5 inches this year, and that came at night so I did not get to see it. We are experiencing a drought and it is awful. It is a good thing that we have beautiful cards to make and look at.