Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Wishful Thinking (Belli Challenge Below)

This is the card I made for the sketch challenge today. I called it wishful thinking, because we all are SICK of winter. We have ice dams on the roof that are leaking between windows and forming ice there that has to be chipped every few hours so it doesn't overflow into the house!!! YUCK!

The image I used for the card is a sneak peek of a new set to be released next week by Mark's Finest Papers. It's called "Spring Has Sprung", and do I ever wish it would!!!

Be sure to look below for the Belli has bling and lots of RED!


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  2. SOOOO Sweet Anne, oh my LOVE this its adorable!!!

  3. This is so pretty Anne!! Really precious image and colors!! So spring-like and soft!! ;) I LOVE IT!!! Come on Spring!! HUGS

  4. This is so springy and fun Anne!! I just love your colors and the cute ducky!

  5. come onnnnnnn SPRING!!!! has anyone shot puxatawney phil yet... the little rodent - even tho he says an early spring!!

    stunning card.

    awful on the snow. i'm beginning to hate it. some of the mounds are taller than hubby and he's 6'2!!!

    stay warm, stay safe & keep smiling.

    hugs :)

  6. This is beautiful, Anne! Your detailing is just perfect! Lovely card!

  7. I know someone who would hold onto this chicken and never let it go, too cute!!!

    It is beyond hot here, no sign of anything resembling spring, more like 110 in the shade... I have the airconditioner pumping tonight!

  8. What a sweet card! It definitely is an appropriate card for hopes of spring being right around the corner!

  9. Guess we have to bring on spring in our stamp rooms, since the outdoors isn't doing much about it - lol! Your card is adorable!

  10. Anne, this is positively adorable and so beautifully done! Sorry about all your yucky weather and your drippy problems!


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