Tuesday, June 29, 2010

wonderful friend

Just a quickie post today, with another Lily of the Valley card. I think I was following a sketch with this one, but for the life of me, I can't find it now (I've searched and searched through my Google Reader!). If anyone recognizes the design from a recent sketch somewhere, please let me know, LOL!

UPDATED TO ADD: the sketch I used was MTSC79 from Mercy Kerin!  Great sketch, and wonderful inspiration on the Lord Have Mercy blog!  Big thanks to Suzanne for figuring it out for me, LOL!


Supplies:
Stamps: PTI YOF: Lily of the Valley, Take 3: Summer
Ink: Memento Black
Cardstock: PTI White, Summer Sunrise
Patterned Paper: Prima
Misc: buttons; embroidery floss; Copics

16 comments:

Lindsay said...

Love this Debbie! I wish I could help you with the sketch location but I don't know!

Keva said...

Ohh!!! I love the colors on this card. So bright and fun. Your coloring is amazing..love it. I can't help you with the sketch, though. LOL

Sue Ann said...

BEAUTIFUL!!!

Kara said...

love the orange! great coloring!
Kara

Rhonda said...

Love your color selection. The lily of the Valley is wonderful.

Suzanne said...

Fabulous colours. I especially love that striped paper. It's gorgeous. The sketch is the MTSC79 from Mercy Kerin's blog. You did a great job with it Debbie!!

Jingle said...

This is a beautiful card! Such a gorgeous color combination!

Shannan said...

I really like the bright color combination, and the coloring is great!

Barbara said...

Very pretty, Debbie! Love the colors!

Amy said...

Wow your coloring is fantastic!! Great job!

Anika said...

Great card, Debbie! Love the layout.

Cathy Weber said...

Love the way you colored this card Debbie. The sentiment is perfect for this lily image.

Monica K. said...

This is so pretty, Debbie! Love the vibrant colors and the layout is great too.

Jackie Pedro said...

This is BEAUTIFUL, Debbie!!! LOVE the colors!! Mercy always has such great layouts!!

Emm said...

I like this flower is orange! Love what you did with the edges of the focal panel.

Amber said...

I love this!