Saturday, May 22, 2010

ColourQ and Get Sketchy

I put two challenges together for this card, this wonderful color combo at ColourQ challenge #33 and the sketch at Get Sketchy. They problem is I am late posting my Get Sketchy card AGAIN!!! Oh well, I like this sketch anyway.
Here is the absolutely wonderful color combo.
And, this is how I put it together with the Get Sketchy sketch #38. See my brand new border punch!!!???
And, take note of the background piece on my card, a piece of Core'dinations cardstock embossed with a Cuttlebug embossing folder. I think this is one of my favorite folders and they just don't work any more wonderful then with Core'dinations cardstock. Notice the little bit of sanding that exposes the core of the paper?
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And, of course, some photos!
You might remember me mentioning how much our youngest grandson and his sister's kitty love each other. This is a common exchange between them!
We found this fun water fountain the other day. It took him a bit before he would get close enough to touch the water but once he got comfortable there was no stopping him!
Thanks for visiting, Linda (lbpost)

HOPE card
Materials list:
Cardstock – The Chocolate Box and Core Essentials/Core’dinations
Patterned paper and mini letters – October Afternoon

Cuttlebug embossing folder
Scallop circle punch – Marvy
Corner rounder punch – Fiskars
Border punch – Martha Stewart
Sandpaper
Buttons – PaperTrey, Inc.

9 comments:

Alice Wertz said...

very pretty card, Linda! beautiful pps you used! love it!!

Cheryl Nelson said...

Your grandson is just delightful! I just love those pics! Gorgeous card...love the colors and embossing!

Sam said...

Adorable card. I love how you have distressed it up a little. It suits the card. Love your new punch. I got my first Martha Stewart punch for mother's day and they are awesome.

Melissa Elsner said...

An absolutely wonderful card to go with that absolutely wonderful color combo! It is quite beautiful and I love that punch!!

LeAnne said...

How sweet is this card (and this little fellow and his freind)! Thanks so much for playing with the CQC colors!

Lynn Mercurio said...

What a simply yummy color combination. Love how your project ties all of these colors in so wonderfully. Well done.

Jane Wetzel said...

gorgeous again Linda...I am a punch junkie and I think I NEED this one! hmmmmm....Pics are darn cute too!

Audrey Pettit said...

Oooh, adorable card, Linda! I am in LOVE with that color combo, and your design is fabulous. The embossed background is to die for.
Love the photos, too. They sure brought a smile to my face.

Myrna said...

Linda
Thanks for putting those colors together. They are gorgeous. Love the cat and child. What a special bond they have.
Myrna