Saturday, March 20, 2010

He is Hope for the Hopeless


 Good Saturday morning! It is going to be a beautiful, sunny, warm, spring day here in the piedmont area of North Carolina! I hope your Saturday is starting out pleasant and hopeful!

The card I am posting today is for the challenge at SCS challenge SC242.  I thought the challenge was well, sort of challenging!!  We were to use four different designs or pieces of cardstock, whew, that is definitely not me!!  Once I started putting it together I was pleasantly surprised at how good it looked! In fact, I really like all these different designs and or colors together!

The stamp is from Sugar Creek Hollow, "He is Hope for the Hopeless". You can find this stamp as well as many, many others at the store site: HERE! Let me know what you think!!  Thanks for stopping by!

particulars
paper     K & Company Ancestry and Club Scrap
ink         versamark/gold embossing
punch    EK Success
stamp    Sugar Creek Hollow
other    ribbon, buttons, gold metallic thread, key charm

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10 comments:

Primitive Paper said...

Donna, this is so striking! I love the warm color pallette you have chosen--so soothing!

Joseline said...

Breath taking!!

marsha said...

Donna,
This is just elegant! I love your colors.

Hugs,
Marsha

Joanne Gilch said...

gorgeous card. Are you getting tired of me saying that your cards are gorgeous...lol

Rhonda said...

Another beautiful card! Love your colors.

Shelly Schmidt said...

Beautiful- wonderful combination of colors- the image so so pretty and elegant in gold EP. HUgs and Blessings!

Cheryl said...

Beautiful. This card is so rich and elegant.

MiamiKel said...

Beautifully done, Donna ~ love the color palette and stunning embossing! You have a gift for the loveliness in your cards!

Kathy said...

Great take on that sketch, and these colors are so yummy together.

kc_froglady said...

you picked some great papers to use and everything looks wonderful together! Good to see you pushing yourself and liking the outcome :)