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Tuesday, 3 January 2012

New challenge over at The Outlawz

This is a card I have entered into this weeks CAS challenge over at The Outlawz. It was a quick and easy card I made for my sister who was visiting for the New Year. She has taken it home to frame.

White cs base with red cb embossed pattern with tartan ribbon. Ovals cut from nestie. Thistle stamp heat embossed in yellow purple and green and popped up. Finished off with 3 yellow pearls. Scottie dog is a fridge magnet.

8 comments:

Sarah Bennett said...

Such a lovely card- I can see why your sister has chosen to frame it :-) Great color scheme, and the embossing adds a wonderful touch for the background. Awesome coloring job on the flowers!

Joanne G said...

Hi there!
Thank you so much for visiting my little blog! I just love yours! I will be back to see what you are up too. Your Scottie and Tarten flavor are just beautiful!

Cheryl Wright said...

Ina your cards are all so beautiful. I'm sure your sister will keep it forever.

Wide Eyed Stamper said...

Ina, I adore this card... love the colors and texture. that little Scottie is so cute and sets off the card beautifully.
Thank you for the dear comment on my blog.
Hugs!,
Karen

Sharron aka Sharrahug said...

A beautiful card, Ina! I can see why your sister wants to frame it. (love the cute scottie too)
I found you on the Outlawz & have become your newest follower. I would love for you to visit my blog Sharrahug’s Sweet Blessings btw…..If you’re already following my blog……thank you so much!
Have a wonderfully blessed day!
Huggies ~
Sharron♥

Shirley Deatcher said...

Hi Ina ! Thx for stopping in at my blog today. I realize that I missed this post ! I love the Scottish theme & colours ! My hubby is Scottish. Have a great day !

Stef H (Glitterbabe) said...

what a gorgeous card and stunning presentation of it too. thanks for dropping by my blog and the very nice comment.

NancyD said...

Thank you for your comments on my blog, Ina. I love your wonderfully red card. The embossing folder is nice, I don't think I have seen that one before. Does that ribbon represent your family colors? NancyD