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Tuesday, September 11, 2007


I don't know what to say about this creation of mine....UM???? Here it is 10:41 pm and I thought I already posted this card earlier today. I guess that's how it goes sometimes. WHEW & a long sigh-smile. The worse part is that I used a sketch from a challenge and I can't remember where I found it right now. I'll be sure to update my post when I remember. :-)

Now that I am really looking at this creation of mine I'm not sure if I should leave it up. The style is a departure from my usual...it's kinda loud. YIKES! Maybe exploring new styles is a good thing? What do you think? I'll go get my "BIG Girl" panties on just in case it's not good.

Michael's Dollar Acrylic Stamp
The Angel Company "Curls & Swirls" & Retired LE Stamp
Palette Ink
Basic Grey Papers w/ one strip of DCWV Sparkle Scrap
Lace Flower
Bling Flower from a Broken OTC toy ring
Red Stickles

UPDATE: The sketch is from Sketch This: Cards. I think I've put my finger on it! It's a combination of the sketch with the paper that lead this card out of my comfort zone. It's unique and I made it. No shame in that. :-)

THANK YOU all for your sweet comments of encouragement. Florence of Flossie's Follies suggested that when you do a sketch to email yourself the blog site so you don't loose track of where you were. Awesome Tip!


Marlou said...

i absolutely love this Nancy!!! xx

Flossie's Follies said...

This is great, it is good to go out of your comfort zone at times, love all the doodle work. I know what you mean about forgetting what blog you have used a sketch or challenge from, had that problem last night, what I do is email the blog site to myself.

2 Worlds said...

Maybe its from poetic artistry blog
very similar sketch

Candi Dierenfield said...

OH!!! Leave this one up!!! I think that it is fun!!!!! Out-of-the-box and loving it!!!

Corie said...

This is a fantastic card!!! I love it, but I also know that we are always our own worst critic.


Rose Ann said...

I think it's beautiful! I love the lacy flower!

Heather P. said...

I think this is fabulous, Nancy! It's really hard to step outside our comfort zones, but look at the end result! :)