Sunday, June 14, 2009

Fairytale Rose

I am back... If you missed it my son graduated high school this last week and it has been a whirlwind of activity here. All went very well, but I am having a hard time believing that my only child is now an adult, out of school and on his way to college.

Okay enough about my personal life you are here to see a card and I have this one for you. It is for FIVE challenges, listed below. This one took me some time, first off I was having hard time getting back the creative juices and then I had the drying time of the crystal lacquer that I used on the glass globe thingy. As for that I drew it free hand and the rose is from Friendship's Garden from Gina K Designs. The rose petals are also hand drawn. The sentiment is computer generated.

Okay here are the challenges:

1. Saturday Cinema #36 Beauty and the Beast
2. StampTV color challenge STVCC16 to use red, brown and white
3. Card Positioning Systems SPC120 a sketch challenge,
their sponsor this week is 2RedBananas and they are using the same sketch for their own challenge.
4. Our Creative Corner to use a boarder punch
5. Pile It On to use two ribbons and at least one other challenge

Pile it on is a new challenge blog this is only their second week.

So there you have it five challenges.



Card Details:
paper: bazzill basics french silk, basic grey boxer, pure luxury white
ribbon: chocolate brown SU, sheer brown from my stash
copics:E25, E29, G99, YG95, R27, R29

20 comments:

  1. This is awesome. I love how the rose is in the glass. Nice job!

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  2. Wow- that is a lot of challenges :). This card is gorgeous, looks like you got your creative juices flowing just fine.

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  3. oh I love the Beauty and the Beast rose in the glass!!!

    Thanks for playing w/ us at Pile It On!

    -- dalis DTC.

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  4. wow that is gorgeous love the rose in the glass dome looks just like the real thing!

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  5. This is beautiful! Love the rose under the glass. Congrats on your son graduating. My Nephew graduated this year too and my sister cried a lot that weekend and she has one more son left at home!

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  6. Beautiful card! I love that rose!!

    Thanks for playing with us at PILE IT ON!

    ~Vicki

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  7. Are you kidding? That is incredible that you could fit 5 challenges in, WTG. This is a lovely card & congrats on the grad!

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  8. What a wonderful card. You did a great job on the glob thingy :) Thanks for joinging the bananas.

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  9. This is just beautiful! Love your take on the rose in the glass.

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  10. Very cool card. Love the hand-drawn elements, they look awesome, and the crystal lacquer is a cool effect. Thanks for playing in 2RB's challenge.

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  11. Looks like your creative juices are working just fine. This is a beautiful card Brenda.

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  12. Brenda, This is gorgeous! There is nothing wrong with your creative juices!!

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  13. Congrats on the new graduate...

    You totally read my mind.. I have a real glass bell jar that I was going to make just like the movie.. Didn't get around to it it was my 20th class reunion... So glad you joined us this week.. Join us again you are a talented artist...
    Hugs
    Brooke

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  14. A truly beautiful card... very much a Beauty and the Beast inspired card. Well done!

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  15. This is awesome! I'm so glad someone did the rose in the glass, that's all I could think of and just couldn't think of a way to do it. top stuff!

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  16. This is BEAUTIFUL! I love that movie and I love your globe! Thanks for playing along in the 2RedBananas challenge!

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  17. This is simply AWESOME!!! I lOVE the way that you did the rose and the rose petal falling off inspired by the movie!!! This is fantastic!!! I am so glad that you played along with us over at Cinema Saturday! Hope that you had a lot of fun! Please join us again anytime!!!
    Best wishes and hugs!
    Sankari :)

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