Monday, July 5, 2010

Cherish Today,FTTC73

Here I am posting my card for Flourishes Timeless Tuesday Challenge near the deadline. Last Tuesday when the challenge was posted I was happy to see that Cindy Coutt's challenge was fruit inspired. I have had an image from Flourishes Peaches and Cherries colored for a couple of months and hadn't used it, so I knew I had to participate in this challenge.

I colored the image with Copics and mounted it on a Labels 4 die cut that I  embossed with Cuttlebug's Swiss dot embossing folder and cut into two pieces. After I colored and cut out the small cherry images, I added some Glossy Accents to the cherries and leaves. Keeping with a summery theme, I used some plaid paper and used a kraft card base.
Thanks for stopping by and have a great stampy week!

Stamps: Peaches and Cherries(Flourishes)
Ink: Black Tuxedo(Memento)
Paper: Stamper's Select White, Pure Poppy, Kraft (PTI), Plaid(from Joanne's)
Other: Copics, Swiss Dots Embossing Folder, Labels 4 and Labels 1, Glossy Accents


  1. This is SO pretty Cammie, those cherries with the little bit of green from the leaves, and the beautiful red plaid background, WOW, love it!!

  2. What a pretty, summery card! Cherries are at the Farmer's Market now and these look so juicy and ready to eat!

  3. This is so pretty and truly SUMMER--love the plaid and kraft! Great job coloring those fantastic cherries!

  4. Nice job. Love those cherries with the plaid background. You did a great job coloring them too.

  5. Cammie!!! How many different ways can one say GORGEOUS??? This is utterly beautiful! I love your colouring, your paper choices and the way you've layered the labels - totally and completely lovely!!

  6. This card just ooozes summer to me! Your colouring is AMAZING - so much shading and detail that those cherries look like the real deal!

  7. Ok, I am ready for a picnic, just looking at this card!
    Beautiful coloring and the paper is perfect with the cherries!

  8. Oh this is delicious. I love what you did with the background gingham paper, it looks wonderful with all the red elements you used!

  9. rhooo moi qui adore le rouge je suis aux anges, ta carte est vraiment trop trop belle, bravo

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