Thursday, April 21, 2011

Shelly's TTT & Joan's Gardens Challenges

Okay ... cold tablets must be working!  I'm feeling a little more 'human' so decided to do a little cleaning in my crafting cave and make a card while I was already down here! 

 (click on image to enlarge)
This creation is for today's challenges over at Shelly's Images (TTT-Terrifically Thrilling Thursday) which is to "Show Us What You Got" . . . 
Joan's Gardens which is to use *White & Gold - *Embossing - *Keep it Simple - *Easter theme.

Recipe for this creation:
Image: Shelly's Images (Peter)
Papers:  White and Gold cardstock from Hollo's (Brunswick, OH)  
Accessories:  Quick Kutz-Diamond & Dots EF, Fiskars scallop border punch, Spellbinder Class & Scallop Nestabilities Ovals, Spellbinder Beaded Ovals, Prismacolor Markers

Sorry about the 'not so good' photo!  I've moved my lightbox and seem to be having trouble getting the lights to work properly.  If you click on the image you can see the detail of the embossing much better.

Thanks so much for stopping by today.  Now I'd better figure out dinner.  Hope you're having a wonderful day and are ready for the Easter Bunny!  (I'm not!)



  1. Darlene, glad you are on the mend, especially with a holiday weekend coming. Love your card, beautiful bunny and love those pink ears. Lovely use of your punches and scallops. Happy Easter!

  2. Very cute card Darlene! The "simple" looks really good. Fun for a change!

    Happy Easter to you and your family.

    Thanks so much for joining us at Joan's Gardens for #15 Weekly Card Challenge. I love your card.


  3. Oh, Darlene, this is so nice. I really like the touch the metallic paper adds.

  4. cute card
    Have a lovely Easter

  5. beautiful card...lovely


  6. Gorgeous card, Darlene! Love the layers, especially the foil and scallops.

    Hope you are feeling much better today and have a lovely Easter!


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