Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Two Challenges today...CC and Teaparty




I sure wish the colors of this card would photograph better. The apricot, amethyst, and suede are mush brighter IRL. I tried to get this better, but it just wouldn't work out. You'll have to use your imagination. The image is from MFP, a sneak peek of a July release, called Southwest Cowboy.





This card is already in my mailbox for my lettercarrier (How PC!) to take. It's going to my DGD Sam who is at horse camp for two weeks. I'm sending her a card a day, all horse related. I know she's having a BALL taking care of her horse for the whole time!











I also made a card for the MMTPT99 today. The story is really involved, so rather than bore you here, if you want to know why the card is so silly, you'll have to go to my gallery. The Teapot Tuesday cards are always related to a long and drawn-out story, and my DH thinks I'm as crazy as.....well ..... Mothermark! Here's the card.



Have a fun day. I'm off to look at your blogs!

5 comments:

  1. Fun fun card Anne!!! Great images and designs girl!!!! Hope you have a wonderful day!

    ReplyDelete
  2. That is one seriously cute teapot party card today, Miss Anne. Love that little chick who seems delighted with the rain. I'll have to find out what the secret is so I can find a way to cope living here in the great Pacific Northwest. The sun came out today for the first time in??? and I was blinking like a mole that just popped out of the ground into the bright light.

    ReplyDelete
  3. WOW! You really worked the CC colors for a very manly card. Great look and effect with the scene, Anne! Your other card is just super cute and fabulous!

    ReplyDelete
  4. Your cowboy is sooo handsome, Anne, and I love how you made the clouds in the background!! Your teapot Tuesday card is adorable, too...what a great idea to add the train ( not that I would get on the thing with all those birds...LOL)!!! All your super cute elements add up to one AWESOME design!!!

    ReplyDelete
  5. You really mix it up with the two different scenes, they both looks great, I can see all the colour work in the first, and am with you on the colours in photos thing!!

    ReplyDelete

Thanks for your comments. I read and enjoy them ALL!