Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Tuesday challenge cards

Busy tuesday! So many wonderful challenges out there in the blogging world today!!

First things first, color challenge on SCS this week is garden green, pacific point and baja breeze. Didnt think those colors would work too well but i like them now!

Stamps Used: Serentity Tree, simply said-Unity
Papers Used: Dp Provo craft, whisper white, pacific point SU
Ink Used: garden green, baja breeze SU
Accessories Used: Buttons BasicGrey


One more card but for many challenges!! Why not kill a bird with multiple stones? I know poor birdies who made that line up??

Twilight Tuesday Challenge #16 be inspired by the twilight soundtrack.
I had to choose Claire De Lune. Just beautiful, I heard it first on the Spiderman movie and loved it here in Twilight. It is romantic and perfect for the love between Bella and Edward. I also think the song from the score The Lion fell in love with the lamb is great inspiration music.


Card positioning System CPS #100 What a great sketch, I had to play!! I am just starting to explore new stamp companies and I just bought a gift cert to MFT so I am glad they are sponsoring this week!


Jacksonbelle Embellishments Challenge 37 this challenge is to use stitching or faux stitching. I love using faux stitching, one day I will get a sewing machine. I just ordered my first order from jacksonbelle embellishments and it should be here soon!


here is my card using all the techniques and inspiration in one shot!

Stamps Used: Floral frenzy, simply said-Unity
Papers Used: Dp Me and My Big Ideas, whisper white, kraft SU
Ink Used: riding hood red, chocolate chip, whisper white SU
Accessories Used: Riding hood red ribbon, dimensionals SU, white gel pen and brown marker for the faux stitching

Can I say how much I love this card. I love these colors!!
Thanks for stopping by today!
Till Later!!

18 comments:

CREATE=FUN said...

oh wow, your quick on the challenges. great job!

Michelle said...

oooh! I love that red and khaki combo! Great job!!

Kerry said...

Great cards! I really love how you used floral frenzy and I thought at first that you had done all that stitching...fabulous!

Joanne Travis said...

Love the layout and colors on this. Really beautiful!!

Jaspere said...

I love the first card and then I saw the second one. Wow! Both are great. You have me thinking I should have bought that tree stamp when I had the opportunity.

lasona said...

I absolutely love your cards, very very nice..God Bless My Friend

Linda Beeson said...

I love your cards! The tree on that first one is just the coolest and I so love what you did with that 100th CPS sketch!

stampvamp said...

LOVE your card. Funny! We used the same song...Thanks for doing our TTIC! Love your Chasing Pavements song. LOVE that song.

Margie said...

Great cards! Love your song choice - there are too many to narrow it down ;)
Thanks for playing along at Twilight Tuesday!
;) and thanks for the follow too! I've been following you thru another blog, lol!
Happy Tuesday! xo, margie

Jackie said...

Wow, you've been busy! love the cards you made today especially the second one...tfs!!!

Emily (stampingout on SCS) said...

Fabulouso, Jackquie! :)

deconstructing jen said...

Love your cards! I love the way you combined everything in the second one! Thanks for joining in the TT challenges. :D

Sharon said...

Wow! Love the red & kraft card!

Dani said...

Great blog! I love your TTIC card!! You did a great job on all your cards!

Corie said...

Both of these are Fabulous

geekyscrapping said...

Great cards! I love the retro feel of the first one.

Beth said...

This card is beautiful! What an awesome color combo... and that song... love it! (Dragon) ;) Awesome blog - subscribing!!

paige said...

Very, very cute blog. I can't wait to explore more of it. You mentioned being inspired by the Twilight soundtrack...you should check out The Mitch Hansen Band. They write music inspired by Twilight. I actually really like it. If you want to demo it, you can check it out at www.twilightmusicanddownloads.com

Enjoy! And thanks for sharing all your great ideas!