Saturday, April 2, 2011

Sensational Saturday at Sugar Creek Hollow!

lt's another sensational Saturday and also time for a new Sugar Creek Hollow challenge.  This week our challenge is to create a card or other paper crafting item using the following sketch:
I chose an image from Tracy's new "Flower of the Month" series, the April Sweet Pea found in the store here, and this is my card for this week's challenge:
I used Copic markers to color my image and my design paper is from DCWV's "29th Street Market" collection.  I used Spellbinder's "Parisian Accents", "Grand Labels 11" and corners from a "Fleur De Lis" pendant die.

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Sugar Creek Hollow Nugget:
Ephesians 2:10, “For we are God’s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.” (NIV)


Heide said...

So very beautiful! Love the Sweet peas in blue. I like how you trimmed down the top panels.

Donna Moore said...

A good Saturday morning! I love the verse you chose this morning, a good reminder and so comforting!
Marsha, you have used such great shapes today to fit the sketch, your sweet peas are perfection as are the embellishments you have place so strategically to show case this image. This initiated one of those "gasps" as all of your art does!!!

Mary Duffek said...

So pretty! I love all the layers, your colors and paper lace accents. Beautiful creation!

Patti P. said...

What a stunning this color combo and your layers add so much interest to this. Simply beautiful!

Jocelyn @ eyeARTyou said...

Oh, the blue theme flows well in this card. Elegant, Marsha ;)

AnnMarie said...

Very pretty! You do such beautiful work! I love your style. :)

Renlymat's World of Family & Crafts said...

What a wonderful job with this sketch. I love the blue colors you chose for your card. It's beautiful!

coldwaters2 said...

Hi Marsha this is beautiful so love the colours and design a super card.
Lorraine x

Shirley said...

Very lovely with the blue shades and how you used the contrasting color too! Love what you did with the die cuts too!

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