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Friday, May 2, 2008

Oh YEAH!



Okay... it's a never ending inner struggle with the color issue! I had my mind up yesterday that I am not going to get those silly markers but then I had a chance to play with them again. UHG-GRRRR...YIKES! Am I the only one with this struggle? The one decision I have made is to leave it to God to lead me in the right decision and He will settle it for me. :-)

I took my little coloring experiment and made this cute mini scalloped card with coordinating envie. The stamps are from Close to My Heart and they are so cute!!! My little sister gave me the blingy flowers for Christmas and I used more scrap designer papers for the paper matte. All in all I love this little ditty and I think I'm gonna give it to my niece for her birthday.



CARD DETAILS:
Close To My Heart July: Life's a Jungle
The Angel Company Cardstock &
Gentle Beginnings Designer Collection
My Mind's Eye Designer Paper
Palette Ink
Copic Markers
Stickles
Blingy Flowers
Scallop Rectangle Spellbinder Die

8 comments:

kssdesigns said...

You're not alone. It took me a long time to take the Copic plunge. It's a big investment and things will work out the way they are supposed to ;)

Beth said...

This is so cute! I love the layout of this little card! Copics are a big investment and, as you mentioned, take some getting used to but I love mine! Like you said what's meant to be will be! Hope you have a super weekend!

Rose Ann said...

This is soooo cute!! I love your pretty colors and bling!!

Kelli in Kentucky said...

Super cute love the coloring.

My Paper World said...

Awwww! This is really adorable Nancy! xx

Marlou said...

Nancy I loooooove this cute card, these stamps are amazing!!! :) x

malieta said...

Your card is adorable Nancy and your coloring is terrific!
Sometimes when I'm troubled about something, I have to walk away in order to see the light. When you aren't bothered anymore the answer will come. Take care
malieta:)

Jill said...

What a darling card. I love how the card is made with the nestabilities die.