Monday, May 24, 2010

sneak peek...

Good morning all!  We had a lovely weekend here and I hope you did too.  All of my children were home for the weekend, what a rare treat!  I managed to make a card to play along with the Stampin' Sisters in Christ challenge this week.  The challenge is to use distressing or sponging on your project.  I thought that was the perfect opportunity to give you all a little sneak peek of one of the Our Daily Bread Designs set "From Me to You" which will be released June 1st.  Isn't this a fabulous image?  Fuchsias are one of my favorite flowers and nearly every year have several baskets of them hanging from my porch.  So what do you think?
What I used:
Our Daily Bread Designs From Me to You
GP white, SU soft suede, always artichoke card stock
Versafine black, Tim Holtz brushed corduroy
clear embossing powder
Prismacolor pencils, OMS and blending stumps
sponge
SU soft suede polkadot ribbon
American Craft brads

8 comments:

peggysue said...

Beautiful fuschias, nice coloring job, they can be tricky because of the variation in the pinks and almost orange reds in those flowers. Nice sentiment too, looks like its going to be a great set. Thanks for participating this week in the Stampin' Sisters in Christ challenge.

Sabrina aka okimom2girlz said...

Debi, this card is amazing!!! Those Fuschia's look so real!! I love everythis about this beautoful card!! Hugs and blessings, Sabrina

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

This is beautiful, Debi! I love the colors and layout of your wonderful card.

Wendy M said...

Beautiful xx

Annika said...

Stunning card! Beautiful image, gorgeous colouring and the image is truly beautiful!
Hugs
Annika

Kelley said...

Beautiful coloring, Debi! Looks awesome!

Randi said...

Debi, this is just gorgeous!! I love how you sponged the corners. Those fuchsia make a CAS card look I love the font in the sentiment, just stunning! Great inspiration.

Thank you so much for sharing your art this week with us at Stampin' Sisters in Christ Challenges.

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

Clean and crisp, very pretty Debi.