Tuesday, March 15, 2011


Here is my card for this beautiful color combination from the Paper Players Challenge.

My card base is SU's Very Vanilla card stock with a smaller mat of Early Espresso, an added strip of Blushing Bride from the SU Designer Series Paper Patterns Pack for the basics. The peeking out piece of Baja Breeze was cut using the Top Note die. I then stamped my sentiment on the Baja Breeze and punched an opening in the Blushing Bride pattern paper so the sentiment would show. The beautiful flower is created using PTI's Beautiful Blooms #2 die in shades of Baja Breeze and Early Espresso Felt alternating the colors. (Although that's not what PTI calls the colors, but I think they're close enough so that's what I'm calling them). I thought the card looked a little too plain and simple so I added a few pearls to dress it up. You know pearls always add beauty.
Hope you enjoy this card, I love the colors.
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you let me know what you think of it.


Diane - oliverdi@att.net said...

Nancy LOVE your CAS card.
The felt flowers look FAB-U-LOUS! Love the peek-a-boo sentiment. So clever and the pearls ... well what can I say. I LOVE those pearls! Hugs

Always Playing with Paper said...

Love your CAS card Nancy! Pretty flowers! Thanks for joining us at the Paper Players this week!

Anne Marie said...

Hi Nancy! I just love your CAS style on this one. Shows off the colors beautifully and I really like that tiny top note peeking out from the DSP. THanks for playing along at the paper players this week! :)

Nance said...

Oh so pretty! The big felt flower is fabulous and a perfect match to the SU colors! Love all the peek-a-boo elements in this one! The sentiment peeking through the window and the strip of top note is just perfect! So glad you could join us this week at the Paper Players!! :-)

LeAnne said...

Gorgeous flowers, Nancy! They really make this card outstanding! Thanks for playing the Paper Players challenge this week!

Ann Schach said...

Beautiful, Nancy! The pearls are the perfect touch! SO classy! Thanks for playing with the Paper Players!