Saturday, December 17, 2011

A SPLASH of Turquoise...

Good evening! I have yet another card for your viewing pleasure! :) Just a reminder that if I get 100 followers by January 1, 2012, I will be having a blog candy give away! :)

I am entering my card into 3 fabulous challenges~




I am loving the colors!!! They're so fabulous--LOVE splash week--it's one of my favorites!!! And the inside quote of my card goes along with the FYI photo--remember spring in the winter of your life! :)

Without further ado, here is my card~

Details~




Inside & details~


What do you think? I had lots of fun making it!!! AND I got to use more of the things I earned from my Stampin' Up! party!!! I hope you like it, too! I also hope that you've been inspired to join in on the fun! Happy stamping and HAPPY HOLIDAYS! :)

25 comments:

Adrienne said...

Love this card!! The layers are fantastic!

Vicki Dutcher said...

Wonderful pop of color and layering! Thanks for joining in with FYI!

lostinpaper said...

Oh my, what a beautiful card! What a gorgeous image, I love the way you have used it as the main image and also created a background with it! The inside of the card is a 'card' itself!

Deborah Frings said...

Oh Mynnette - this is just so beautiful. I love the splash of teal, the pretty flower stamp, the sentiment is gorgeous - just STUNNING!

Thanks so much for your lovely comment on my Santa silhouette set too - very much appreciated.

Deborah Frings said...

Hi - it's me again! Just saw your question about Twinkling H2Os. They're so easy to use and give such a lovely finish. I don't think they're too expensive and you should be able to find them on the web easily enough, in sets of either 6 or 12. Hope this helps and have fun!

Cyndie said...

What a gorgeous card. You have just the right amount of splash color, and I love the way the embossed background echoes the shape of the stamped flowers. And your subtle shading of the stamped flowers (especially the one on the inside) is so pretty!

dstandard said...

Gorgeous work - love the embossing! Thanks for playing at FYI this week!

Annette said...

wow Gorgeous...

Lisa said...

Love, love, love this Mynnette! So many pretty layers and accents. GREAT JOB my friend ;)

Jeanne said...

Beautiful cards. Love the colors!

Jeanne said...

Haha ...so pretty, I thought it was two cards- hence the comment I made above.

Kristi S said...

Wow! So pretty! I love your take on the CASE card. The layers and embossing are gorgeous.

Kristi S said...

I pressed enter too soon and wanted to thank you for the kind comment you left for me! I have been admiring your blog and love your work. I have become a follower so I can keep up with you!

Christyne Kane said...

Wonderful embossing and details!! This is such a lovely card!

Michelle said...

Mynnette, this card is stunning! Beautiful work! I notice you are at 99. I think you'll get your 100 followers by New Year, for sure. :-) Thanks for joining us at FYI!

Colleen Dietrich said...

Mynnette, I love how you combined these challenges to get this beautiful card. Even the inside is pretty!

Thanks so much for playing with us at The pLay Date Cafe this week, and Merry Christmas!

Mynnette said...

Thanks so much, ladies! You're too kind! :)

Jean Martin said...

WOW Mynette! This is so elegant! I just love how you used the colors! And that flower embossing is just perfect! Thanks for sharing this with us at CASE Study Challenge! :)

Sabrina said...

Love your dry embossed flower image!! Beautiful!

Jaclyn Miller said...

There's so much beautiful stuff to look at here! I love all that bling and sparkle. Thank you so much for playing along at The Play Date Cafe.

Mynnette said...

Thank you, ladies! :)

Debby said...

Gorgeous, absolutely gorgeous! Thanks for joining us at CASE study.

Rochelle said...

Boy oh boy! You know how to layer! Very pretty! Thanks for playing with us at For Your Inspiration!

Katy said...

Wow! This card is stunning! Awesome job! :)

Amy Sheffer said...

Gorgeous, Mynnette! I love what you've done with this color combo. So many wonderful details! I especially love the subtle dry embossing and the flower center! Thanks for playing along with the CASE Study challenge!