Thursday, July 7, 2011

Waltzing Mouse Challenge #54

 Hello again.  I'm not sure what was going through my head when I made this card.  I started out with a simple design in my head, and then I saw the gorgeous baker's twines on the table, and suddenly I'm into plaiting them. Then I felt it needed some blings.  So... the card above was the end result.  I'm not sure if I went overboard ;-)  Tell me what you think...I can take it... honestly!

This card was based on this sketch
at Waltzing Mouse's sketch challenge blog.  Come play along with us or check out all the entries, because I'm sure you'll be inspired!

Alright, I hope your day is Amazing!!

Stamps : WMS Large Doily set, Roses in Bloom (sentiment)
Cardstock : Gina K PLCardstock, Making Memories ledger paper
Ink : ColorBox Frost white, Memento Grape Jelly
Other : Uni Ball White gel pen; Baker's twines - Lilac, Caribbean, Lemondrop; blings


Kim C said...

Very nice! My favorite colour!! Love the bling, doilies and the borders!!

Pauline said...

This is gorgeous, I love these doilies in purple, Gorgeous!

Jen Cuthbertson said...

I love the twine and lacy borders behind your doilies and the pearls on the bottom one are so pretty! Thanks for joining us again this week at WMSC!

Kelly S. said...

Beautiful use of the doilies, Kary! The braided twine looks fabulous with them. This card is lovely with these vibrant colors!

Jeanne J said...

Kary, I think your card looks great! I love the colors and all the details - the braided twine and the gems with the lacy stamps - it reminds me of jewelry! Very pretty!

lynn said...

yep, i see jewelry, too! gorgeous, kary:)

MaxineD said...

Kary this is stunning - the bling fits perfectly!!

Wendy ten Hove said...

Wauw, Kary!!! This is like a jewel! I love it, the colors, the accents, the stamps!!! Perfect! I think you whould certainly be a Top Mouse this week!!! It's amazing!!
Hugs, Wendy

Christine Ang said...

The card has an air of elegance. Not only is the colour rich and vibrant but the added blings certainly enhance the outcome. Great job.

Anonymous said...

A simply perfect Deepavali greeting card!

Joanne Gilch said...

Can you handle the truth?
it's a stunning card and the braid/plaiting is a wonderful touch!