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5.18.2007

Bodacious Mother's Day



I saw this beautiful sketch over on Beate's blog and it gave me the much needed jumping off point to make my Mother's Day cards.

I have extreme paper hoarding tendencies, so the fact that I was able to cut into my Crate Paper is a surprise even to me. For the other CS colors, I used SU's Apricot Appeal, Rose Red and Shimmery White. The picture doesn't show this real well (I have to work on taking better pictures), but the Apricot layer has been dry embossed with the Bodacious classy brass embossing template. Stamp set used is Bodacious Bouquet.

Lucky me! By the simple act of posting a link to this card on Beate's blog, I won the blog candy that she was giving away. Beate is super generous and gave me a brand new, unmounted Big Deal alphabet set from Stampin Up and a ton of beautiful ribbon. Not to mention a beautiful card that I will covet forever! LOL!
If you don't know who Beate is, please check out my links over on the right. She is uber talented and super nice!

7 comments:

beate said...

Linda, I didn't know you had a blog! I loved your card. Congrats again.
Now you need to show us cards made with the Big Deal Alpha!!!
Have a great weekend! Hugs and smiles

P.S.: I have a new card sketch posted!!!

Julia Stainton said...

What a gorgeous cArd! congrats on the blog candy and your new blog! Looks fabulous!

Shadowcatcher said...

Yay! You have a blog! Can't wait to see all your creations!

Shel9999 said...

Gorgeous card! Love all the layering on the flower! Congrats on winning Big Deal Alpha! It's a fun set!

jen del muro (scs: genie1314) said...

gorgeous card. glad to see you are blogging!! i'm linking you now :)

Leslie Miller said...

I really super love this card, Linda! Aren't you glad you cut into that paper? Beautiful soft colors on this. Congratulations on your win, too!! How exciting!

Tracy said...

This card is just so fabulous! I *heart* the Crate paper and totally understand the hoarding issue...You go girl for using it!

Congrats on your win! YIPEE for Beate and her generosity.

 
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