Saturday, April 30, 2011

Sensational Saturday at Sugar Creek Hollow!

Saturdays are always sensational because that's when I have a new card to show you with a gorgeous Sugar Creek Hollow image.  This week's challenge is to create a card using embossing.  I was able to use my new Stampin Up Tulip Embossing folder and this fabulous Sweet Pea image designed by Tracy:
Sweet Pea
I cut my design paper to fit inside the embossed tulip border and paired my stamp with an almost matching Spellbinder's Labels 17 die. I chose pink gingham paper from my stash and  green gingham ribbon to match my pink and green cardstock.  I sponged my DP and image with distress ink and used Copics for coloring.

Thanks for visiting!
Sugar Creek Nugget:
Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate
and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and
many enter through it. But small is the gate and narrow
the road that leads to life, and only a few find it.”
Matthew 7:13-14 (NIV)


Heide said...

What a beautiful soft card. I just love sweet peas and your are stunning.

Sharon Basel said...

This is really Spring looking. I love the gingham and that embossing frames the image so perfectly - what a nice touch. Have a great week Marsha!

Donna Moore said...

Good morning Marsha!
Wow, love this new embossing folder, I didn't even know SU! had embossing folders! It works so beautifully with your image, that ribbon and your colors are exquisite, perfectly stunning card (as always)! Love your art!!!

Shirley said...

Your card is lovely! The sweet peas are gorgeous!

Cec said...

This is such a sweet card with a lovely colour scheme. The green gingham is such a perfect added touch.

Danni said...

Very pretty!!

Linda Coughlin, the funkie junkie said...

This is so pretty Marsha! I'm a sucker for gingham and I love the soft spring colors and that image is just lovely!

Hope you are doing well and having a great weekend!


Olga said...

Absolutely breath taking!!!!!

Peggie said...

Lovely card. The gingham ribbon sets of the pink so wonderfully.

Marlene said...

Gingham is my favorite! Lovin' this pretty - and the color scheme is so very springy!

coldwaters2 said...

Oh Marsha this is beautiful love that image also the colours and that gingham ribbon.
Lorraine x

Primitive Paper said...

Marsha, this is what I call a "product of lovliness"!!! The softness and touch of pink really give this card a sweet, feminine touch. Well exicuted!

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