Sunday, January 8, 2012

a single rose

Thanks to everyone who's been hanging in with me while I've been recuperating from my fall down the stairs.  It looks like I'll have a few months of physical therapy to do but hopefully, the pain will continue to subside and my mojo will kick back in. 

On a brighter note, I was able to actually make a card today!  This is the for the Rubbernecker Sisterhood sketch challenge SS5

                                                           

                                                           
The rose was stamped twice on X Press It card.  I cut out the image, then glued one down.  I then cut out the flower and petal from the second image and mounted them on top of the first image with foam tape.

Supplies
Card size - 5" x 5"
Paper - X Press It Card; Papertrey Smokey Shadow/Vintage Cream; K & Co. Black/Ivory Fusion
Ink - Tsukineko Memento; Copics
Other - May Arts 1/4" black silk, Cuttlebug EB folder; MS butterfly punch, Spellbinders Circle dies, stick on pearls, corner rounder, foam tape
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9 comments:

April said...

Very lovely, Charlene! I love the blue. You did a wonderful job on this!

Annette said...

this is beautiful...love the color combo and that flower is so pretty..

Shona Erlenborn said...

This is so pretty Charlene. Very elegant and the rounded corners soften it more too. Glad you're back to stamping.

bonnie said...

Oh sweetie hope you're ok and glad there were no broken bones, it could have been so much worse! Gorgeous card and beautiful colours! ;) Hugs x

Karalee Ingram said...

Charlene, this is beautiful. Turquoise is one of my favorite colors.

Julia Aston said...

so pretty in the blues Charlene! So sorry about your fall and I hope you feel a little bit better each day!

Gerlinde said...

Love this card - so elegant!

Bev Gerard said...

WOWZA, Charlene!!!
This is oh-so-very-gorgeous!
I'm probably going to need to just sit here & savor this one for a few minutes ... Love the cool colors, and the design is wonderful!!

(((hugs))) for gentle healing,
~Bev

Sue from Oregon said...

Gorgeousness...hope you are feeling better each day!