Sunday, April 26, 2009

My 115th post...Oh goodness!!



Wow, this has gone FAST~~ I never realized until just now when I went onto my Dashboard and saw this will be #115!! I have TOTALLY enjoyed blogging, and hope to get to do it for a long time!! I have a Blogaversary coming up soon, and will do a FUN SUMMER BLOG CANDY!! I have so much fun visiting everyone, and even more fun when you all visit me!! Your lovely comments just make my day!! Ok, enough hooie....
This is a Mother's Day Card I have made for one of my Grandmas. I used the Sketch Saturday Sketch #48, and love how it turned out.
We had an overcast day today, so this isn't as vibrant in the picture as it is IRL. I used a base of Old Olive. The image is from SU Beautiful Blossoms, and is colored with watercolor crayons and shimmer paints. I used a couple of layers cut with my MS Edge Punch, and bronze ribbon for the layers. I thought something was needed in the corners, so I made the corner decorations with the punch, as well, so it would all co-ordinate. The 2 maroon cardstocks are from my stash, and the Bronze I made with Glimmer paints. I am thrilled, and I think it is a classy look for Grandma.
I actually did a couple more Mother's Day cards for a swap today, but will have to post those tomorrow. It is past my bedtime...5:30 a.m. comes too darned early!! I hope everyone had a FABBY weekend, even if it was TOO SHORT!! Have a great Monday and thanks for stopping by!
Rubber Hugs,
Julie

6 comments:

Sally said...

Breath taking creation. Love the colors.

Carrie said...

Wow Julie, this is a very "classy" looking card. I'm a grandma and I think it is just beautiful and I'm sure your grandma will too!

AngelRenee said...

Very Pretty Julie and congrats on your 115th post.

Littleted62 said...

This is gorgeous Julie, very pretty image and the colours are lovely, very vintage looking. Nicki, xx.

Sandra said...

Great card. Love the way you have used the border punch for the top corners.
Hugs
Sandra xx

neverenoughrubberstamps said...

I loooooove this card!

Cheers,

Dorothy