Tuesday, June 5, 2012

PInk--Isn't just a color, it's an attitude!

Hello dear readers,
I am sharing a card with you that I made for my other daughter, Julia.  As you may recall, on Sunday I posted a card for Claudia which had converse sneakers and peace signs.  Well, since these two girls are so close together (17 months apart), what gets done for one, a similar one needs to be done for the other, otherwise "it's not fair".   :)  SO, here are some more converse high tops.  However these are more befitting of Julia.  Rather than sparkle, this card is loaded with pearls and flowers.  This girl is more of a quiet classic type--though the card is hardly quiet! LOL.  Enjoy, thanks for stopping by! Margaret

I will be entering this card into the following challenges:
Crafting When We Can, Challenge 19 - Fashion and pearls
Let's Ink It Up, Challenge 24 -  use your favorite embellishments

I meant to follow the sketch for another challenge (Sketchy Colors, #120), but after I finished it, I realized I made it wrong! LOL!  Anyone have those moments?)

Stamps:  Sneakers (Stamping Bella); Sentiment (CC Designs)
Paper: Jillibean Soup
Die cuts: Circle (MFT); Rectangle (Nestabilities)
Bling:  Sparkly Ribbon (Michaels); Pearls (Michaels); Glitter (Stickles); Flowers (Michaels); Brads (Making Memories)


  1. So bright & cheerful! She will love it!

  2. Wow what a fabulous card - I love the little boots and that sentiment is just perfect. Thanks for joining us at Crafting When You Can and good luck.


  3. Fab card, love the vibrant pink. Thanks for sharing with us at LLIU, good luck with the challenge. Hugz Suzanne

  4. What a wonderful card. Love the bright colors. The sentiment is just great with this card.

    Thanks for joining our fortnightly challenge here at Crafting when we can. DT Crafting Vicky

  5. Stunning card love the colours, image and the way you have designed the whole card.. Gorgeous Thank you for joining us at Lets ink it up

  6. Beautiful card. Love the color combination. Thank you for sharing and joining in at LIIU. Hugs, Velma