Thursday, July 1, 2010

America!


The challenge today at SCS is to make a 4th of July card with NO RED or blue. Easy.

Just not for me!! You know how I love RED! Here's a story that will make you laugh............ when I first made this card, I used my wonderful cloud template, and used caribbean blue to make the sky. Then I added the purple mountains, and was glueing it down, and realized what I had done. NO BLUE!! Back to the old drawing board!!

This image is a sneak peek from Mark's Finest Papers that will debut in August, called Regal and Proud. Be sure to watch for it.......it's fabulous!!

Please take a look below at my entry for the Divine Diva Inspiration Challenge. That one is in the REAL 4th of July colors!!!

10 comments:

  1. Love the addition of the charm.

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  2. Fabulous eagle!! I am off on vaca today~~ See you in a week!

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  3. WOW Anne great added charm and one AWESOME eagel...LOVE the embossing stars too!

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  4. Fabulous card even if there isn't any red!

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  5. WOW! a 4th card with no red or blue?! You did a fab job on the challenge Anne!! Thank you for all the sweet comments you make on my blog! BTW I need your addy will you email me sadersk@yahoo.com
    Thanks!

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  6. Love your eagle Anne!! The colors are fab as are the charm and embossing.
    hugs,
    Chris

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  7. You sure did ace this challenge, Anne...the colors look FABO with that awesome looking eagle!!! We left pretty early this morning so I didn't get to stamp today...maybe tomorrow!!!

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  8. Fabulous card! Add me to the list of vacationers for the next week...won't be blog hopping much, if any. See you in a week!

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  9. this eagle is a real beauty Anne! I had trouble keeping my hands of the red and blue with this challenge too!!

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  10. Well thats a fun story, but you made it in the end, and what a fine looking bird you have there!

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