Monday, March 1, 2010

FTTC 55

A second post today? I had two challenges whose deadlines were today. I meant to post one last night, but Blogger was quite contrary last night and I had a few words and then gave up trying to post. Fortunately posting is going more smoothly today.
The latest Flourishes Timeless Tuesday Challenge is hosted by Iwona Palamountain whose challenge is to use flowers. Everyone is talking about her longing for spring flowers and spring color. I chose the spring flowering lilac for the focal point of my card  I stamped it on cream cardstock and colored it with Prismacolor pencils. A few purple gems finish the card.

Thanks for stopping by,
Cammie

Stamps: Lilac (Flourishes), Ticking Stripe(Cornish Heritage Farms)
Ink: Lavendar Moon(PTI),Tuxedo Black(Memento)
Paper: Vintage Cream, Lavendar Moon
Other: Deckled Rectangle Nestabilities (Spellbinders), Prismacolor pencils














10 comments:

  1. Oh, I love lilacs--nothing quite like their wonderful smell! Your card is so lovely--the coloring is beautiful!

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  2. What a gorgeous image, I do so adore lilacs, your card is beautiful!!

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  3. Gorgeous! I can almost smell them!

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  4. I agree - your card is gorgeous and I can almost smell the fragrance too :)!!! The colors are perfect for this card !!!

    Thank you so much for playing with us again!!! Hugs ~S~

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  5. Very pretty! Definitely make me think of spring. Sure wish it would hurry up and get here.

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  6. Love your coloring of the lilacs

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  7. Beautiful coloring and card! I planted a lilac bush in my front yard when I lived in TN several years ago. I so loved sticking my nose in the flowers each spring!

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  8. Very nice coloring on this card. Love the edging of the two interior mats as well. :)

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  9. Lilacs are another favorite of mine. Your card is so pretty with that flower stamp!

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