Thursday, February 17, 2011

Make it Monday #2

I am posting today with a quick card for PTI Make it Monday.  The challenge this week was to use vellum for your sentiment.  I cannot believe I had time to make this because I have a house full of sick kiddies and Curt YIKES!!!   


For some reason I could not get a good focus on the vellum sentiment but IRL it is very crisp.

Have a great week!!
xoxoxo

25 comments:

Rhonda said...

Oh man, Sue Ann, sorry that everyone is SICK!!! So glad you did have a chance to play. I love the embossed texture behind the flowers.

Debbie Gaydos said...

BEAUTIFUL!! I love love love the white flower on the blue, and the punch of pink with the button is a perfect touch! Awesome card!

Sara Mac said...

Gorgeous Sue Ann! Love the button being a totally different color. Hope everyone recovers soon and that you stay healthy!

Mona L. Pendleton said...

Beautiful card Sue Ann! Love the embossed BG and use of vellum! Thanks for the inspiration :) Hope you family feels better soon!

Kay said...

Beautiful- I do SO love white embossing!

Jen Carter said...

So sorry you have a sick family to care for! I hope they get well soon and that you stay healthy!! This card is really pretty. I love how you kept is simple and left the focus on the vellum strip!

christy compton hall said...

Well, hang in there with all your sickos!! This is a BEAUTIFUL card. The white on blue reminds me of fine china.

Cathy Weber said...

Wow,I remember those days when everyone was sick. I love this card. The scoring on the vellum is just the right touch. Love the white and blue colors on this card. Very classic looking.

Amy said...

Oh Sue Ann! I hope you all are feeling better soon! That is no fun! I love your card.....all the rounded edges are such a sweet touch! I'm glad you had time to post such a beautiful card for us to all see! I love your style!

I took another peekie at the birthday card you sent me the other day.....so many amazing little details girl!

Lindsay said...

LOVELY Sue Ann! I love the scored lines on the vellum strip, very nice details!

Banu said...

Superb Card.The white and blue colors are so refreshing. Very pretty. I was not sure if the flowers were heat embossed or not, but if they are, you should enter your card for the latest papertrey paper dolls challenge :)

Diane Jaquay said...

Sue Ann, this is GORGEOUS! I need to use my year of flowers more often, I am so not great at coloring, but these look amazing in white on the blue!!!

Keva said...

This is so pretty, Sue Ann!! Hope everyone is better soon.

Linda said...

Beautiful card Sue Ann! I love the vellum strip with the pop of red. You did a great job!

Kara said...

gorgeous sue ann....my husband and i are both sick too...no fun!!

Terri said...

Very pretty. I am sorry to hear everyone is sick at your house. I hope you stay well!

paperella said...

Sue Ann, this is stunning! So, so elegant! I hope your family gets well son :)

Camilla said...

Very beautiful!

Danielle said...

Hope all the kiddos are on the mend. This card is beautiful! That button is the perfect touch!

Laurie said...

Hope everyone is feeling better! I love your card and that embossed panel in the background is gorgeous! Love it!!

BethieJ said...

Sue Ann this is BEAUTIFUL!!! I LOVE your color combo!!!
I hope everyone is feeling better!
Have GREAT day!

Ashley said...

Beautiful Card, and great colors! I hope everyone gets better soon.

Curt in Carmel said...

I love the line art stamp and how you used it on this card. This is beautiful! Love how you scored the vellum! I don't think I've ever seen vellum scored. It looks great. I'm sorry everyone is sick in your household. . .tis the season! Hope all get well soon. They are all in very good hands! Best, Curt

Dana said...

Beautiful. The scored lines in the sentiment strip echo the embossing of the BG panel.
So sorry you have a sick house right now. Try to stay well and have them drink chlorophyll water...it seems to be the only thing my family can keep down when they are sick.

Arlene said...

Beautiful cards and I love the colors! Your work is amazing. :)

Arlene
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