Saturday, March 19, 2011

March CCC

Hello everyone!

There's still time to enter my giveaway! You can find it here.

I had the pleasure of making and sending a card to Daria this month, for Deborah's Card Chain Challenge. I followed the sketch again this time.



The Nestie shape was cut from a beautiful piece that Sue sent to me recently. Thank you Sue! I used the Hero Arts Raindrop Background for the dots and the sentiment is from the Thinking of You set. I cut apart the "Hi" and "There" so it would fit into the scalloped circle.

I love playing along in the CCC each month! If you haven't ever tried this challenge, you really should! It's so easy! You just make a card to send to someone, somewhere else in the world and it's so fun to receive one too! You can check out all the details on Deborah's blog here.

Thanks for popping in! Hope you all get some crafty time today! :)

8 comments:

Virginia L. said...

Love your monochromatic card, Barb! Your cutting with the Label one is peerless! Thanks for your sweet comments and kindness in the blogsphere and HA flickr. It's just not the same without YOU ( I think many people have told you that already), I'm telling you all over again :) BTW I think you should try more sketch designs. You will be so good at it!!

Tiffany said...

Really pretty colors, reminds me that I don't use that raindrop background as much as I would like to!! Time to dig for that stamp! Have a great weekend!

AnitaRex said...

Barb this is so pretty! I love that it's flat making it easier for mailing I bet! :> I read what Virginia wrote you and so agree you are such a blessing to have as a online friend!!!! :>

Lin said...

You know how I love my blues :) Great take on Deborah's sketch!!

Suzanne C said...

WOnderful use of the sketch. Lovely shades of blue.Sweet card.

Dawn said...

Loving this beautiful Blue card my friend.... Lucky Daria to have received it for real...

Arlene said...

Love the blues - they certainly don't give the blues but cure any blues anyone might have. Beautiful card.

Shirley said...

I have this stamp and love it. You made the image elegant and lovely too!