Friday, May 13, 2011
Inventory Challenge #31
Welll, finally blogger is operational again! Good afternoon everyone....wishing you all a very happy Friday!!
Danielle and I welcome you to our Inventory Challenge. This week, we are challenging ourselves to use only an accessory stamp on our card.
I decided to use the Magnolia windmill,which was totally inspired by Angela's beautiful card.
The papers are from Webster's Pages and the fence is a Magnolia die.
I would like to invite you to visit my friends and teammates, Danielle and Rene and view their gorgeous works of art.
Sandy will not be joining us anymore, so she can spend more time with her family.
We will miss you, sweet Sandy!!!
Thank you for visiting. I always appreciate your comments. Wishing you all a wonderful weekend. Hugs, Christina
Posted by Christina C. at 11:00 AM
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I have tried 3 times to leave this comment...sooooo...Beautiful job, sweetie!!! I never think of using these accessories and you have used the windmill and the fence so beautifully!! Those papers are PERFECT too!!! Lovely card, hon....Big hugs..JacqueReplyDelete
OH!!!! not only did I lost my post, Ijust lost my comment!!! not my day. Christina your car is so lovely, I love windmills, and this magnolia one is particularily sweet. Love your beautiful layout, and the use of this cute fence. Gorgeous DPs, inside and out. Nice to have left the space to write. BeautifulReplyDelete
I HOPE blogger keeps this comment but if not, I'll do it again because I LOOOOVE this card! What a sweet scene you have created! Awesome!ReplyDelete
I am at awe with this card, just love it! Everything is so beautiful and it is pulled together perfectly.ReplyDelete
This is stunning, I love the windmill, your papers and the inside of your card is so lovely too. Beautiful card.ReplyDelete
Fabulous card. I never realised this windmill was from Magnolia. I love it and I love how you colored it. It looks terrific with the fence in front. I love your DP's as well.ReplyDelete
Hey Christina -- wow oh wow. I love this windmill card you have created. It really has a romantic feel along with a touch of whimsey. Nice design work - you creation dances!!!! Honey, I am not going too far and will be back in the fall!ReplyDelete
Oh this is fabulous Christina! I don't think I've ever seen that Windmill, but it's just delightful and perfectly paired with the adorable fence! What wonderful papers you've used! The card is a delight inside and out!ReplyDelete
Great card. Love this windmill and how the blades just pop.ReplyDelete
Christina you are absolutely amazing!!!! Now your card is too!!!! Great windmill and DP. I never saw this stamp before and you did a marvelous job on this. I love everything about it as always!!ReplyDelete
This is absolutely beautiful Christina! What a great idea to give the windmill extra fans - it looks like its actually spinning. I love it! And thanks for mentioning me on your post, Christina! Have a great weekend! big hugs, AngelaReplyDelete
Very pretty card. Very clever how you use only accessory stamps. Your coloring is great.ReplyDelete
Oh my GOSH!!! Christina! This is absolutely GORGEOUS!!! Wow! I love how you used that fence in the front .. it looks like you can just walk right in!!! Beautiful coloring as always .. I seriously thought it was a picture you had cut out until I read that it was a Magnolia stamp!! :) Stunning work sweetheart!!!ReplyDelete
How beautiful to make a card with an accesory stamp for a change! And, which is more , it looks amazing! It is like we tend to overlook the little things in life and which, sometimes are vene more beutiful! Love this windmill! Looks so real this beautifully colored! Love the Webster's pages too!They match perfectly!ReplyDelete
Hugs and have a happy weekend sweetie!
Woow how special, can you turn it around?ReplyDelete
Colors are beautiful! Bye Mascha
Awesome card Christina!! How fun you made this windmill with the 3D effect and the the brad I'd so pretty too. The side fences are laying nicely on this card too. I agree the Angela's card is so inspirational :-)ReplyDelete
I love how you colored the wood on your windmill. It looks fantastic. I bet this is the only windmill that has a jewel holding the blades in place...lololol. That picket fence is adorable. Great job my friend.ReplyDelete
OMGosh Christina!!! I LOVE LOVE LOVE this card!!!! The windmill is amazing!!!!! And of course your coloring is FABULOUS! I love how you did the fence and the papers and well...everything! Gorgeous card!!!ReplyDelete
This is really stunning again Christina!! Looks so great, and love the little fence in front of your image!!ReplyDelete
Wow what a beautiful card!!!! I absolutely love it!!!!Good job!!!!!ReplyDelete
See? You are so clever! I would NEVER have thought about making a card using that image but this is just brilliant!! I just love that fence!! And of course your coloring but I think that is going to go without saying anymore. LOL! Hugs!ReplyDelete
Great card i love your coloring love how theReplyDelete
blades look like they are lifted off the card.
....just too cute.
Wow, die Windmühle sieht richtig echt aus, liebe Christina !!!ReplyDelete
Wunderbare Coloration und Gestaltung !!!
Such a beautiful windmill, Christina! You did a FABulous job on your coloring. Your card is wonderful & reminds me of my hubby's family (he's half Dutch). Nice work as always!ReplyDelete
Wow, I love your colouring, itis just perfect, so nice this windmill and the Magnolia fense is just great. Besutiful card.ReplyDelete
fabulous creating Christina! love it! wow!ReplyDelete
The windmill!!!!!! I LOVE the windmill, and finally bought it with my Easter Maggies this year, yay!!! Until I can manage to actually stamp, lol, I am gonna come here and admire your handywork, LOVE the fence you've added and the papers and LO are wonderful, love the matting that makes things POP!!!ReplyDelete
I love this! That is one of the first stamps I bought and have never used it! You may have given me the courage to put it to good use! I love the colors and the depths you achieved. It's beautiful inside and out!ReplyDelete