Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Can I have a "P" please?!

Today over at the Flourishes FTTC51 challenge, my blogging pal Pat Adam (the Rubber Maid) is doing the honor of guest designing this week. Anyone who knows Pat knows she's a wonderful cardmaker with a wicked sense of humor! Her challenge for us this week is to base our card on the letter "P". I immediately thought of purple since that's my favorite color, so I brought out the plum pudding ink, cardstock, and the pansy image from the Flourishes calendar1 set. The lacey border and the corners were done with the new Flourishes Lace Edges stamp set that I won last week! Thank you Flourishes!! For my "P" inspired card, I used Plum Pudding and Pansy.
Thanks for stopping by and have a great Tuesday!


Carol

stamps - Flourishes Pansy (Calendar set 1), Flourishes Lace Edges, Hero Arts
paper - Plum Pudding, Vintage Cream, wc paper
inks - Plum Pudding, Versafine Onyx Black, Versamark
accessories - clear ep, Tombows, blender pen, Kaiser gemstones, EK Fleur de lis border punch, plum pudding ribbon, Nestabilities Blossom

10 comments:

Cindy Haffner said...

Carole this is GORGEOUS!!

Wendy said...

OMWORD, this is very pretty!! I'm loving all your "P"urple's and your beautifully colored "P"ansies! hehe Nice job, Carol!!!
Hope your feeling better.
Hugs~

Becky said...

This is gorgeous..

The Rubber Maid said...

Love your take on the letter P. I love purple and also pansies so your did a perfectly pretty presentation for the challenge. Pat

Silke Ledlow said...

Carol - what a delicious and beautiful looking purple card :)!!! Plum Pudding is yummy - LOL!!! Love all the *p*s you've added!!!

Thank you for playing this weeks challenge!!! Congrats on winning this awesome new Set!!! Hugs ~S~

Joanne (jojot) said...

P-perfection in purple with pansies.....

Dee Jackson said...

Totally beautiful!!I love how you used the lace stamp.

Karen W said...

Wow this is gorgeous!!

Julie Koerber said...

Oh my word... this is just lovely! Love the coloring... the layout.. everything! :-)

Makiko Jones said...

Just gorgeous!! Love how you colored the pansies!