Friday, June 12, 2009

Viva La Verve June week 3

Here's my card for the VLVJune03 sketch challenge with a twist of white! Amber wants to see lots of white space on our cards this week. My DH came in the room when I was wrapping this up and said "Oh, that's a nice card, but it's too much white!" ROFL!!
I used Cuttlebug happy birthday and swiss dots embossing folders. The sentiment is by Verve and the crocheted flower is by yours truly. I added some red Geo Sparklers here and there for interest and a piece of SU ribbon.
Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful Friday!

Carol

11 comments:

Connie said...

This is so very pretty, Carol! Love all the white with a pop of red!!!

Becky Elfert said...

Nice job with the challenge. It's beautiful. TFS

Sue from Oregon said...

YIKES! I am so far behind on my blogs but wanted to stop and let you know how much I am enjoying all your latest creations as well as you new blog look..!

JD said...

Very nice...great use of your cuttlebugs...and the crochet flower is great...I still haven't gotten out my yarn and crochet hook...must do that...the flowers look so nice on the card...

Denise (peanutbee) said...

Beautiful! Red and white is always such a great combo on cards!

Love your new beachy blog background too!

Stampin' With Jessi and Rachel said...

I love this white card! The little pops of red are perfect! Have a great weekend!

LeAnne said...

Very cool! Red and white is always a great colors combo and I love those little geo stickers. I have some and am hoarding them, as usual!!!

Silke said...

Beautiful birthday card - Carol!!! I love the colors too and the embossed BG!!!

ChristineCreations said...

I always love white texture on cards, it has such a pretty effect!

Susan (rainy) said...

Wonderful textures! Love the white on white.

Anonymous said...

Anne Ryan said...
Yup, it's true: red and white are glorious together. I dont often see this cb folder and I really dont know why: it's really a near embossed panel. Love the added stickers too. You had me fooled there for a moment, Carol. Hugs