Curtain Call Color Challenge: Act 28 (Better late....

May 4, 2010

....than never.)  Sorry I am so late getting this posted.  I caught a nasty head cold that reared its ugly head on our last night of vacation, and it has since turned into a bronchial problem.  Today is the first day that I have had at least a little bit of energy to get some things done.  So, I finally had a chance to sit at my desk and get my card done.  Without further ado, here are the colors for this week's challenge, courtesy of Stacey's Stamping Stage blog.
This is what I came up with.  This stamp is from one of the latest PTI releases..."For The Graduate".  And while this could be a graduation card, the sentiment could be used for so many other things.  Congratulations for pretty much anything, encouragement, birthday....I like that it is so versatile! I also used sketch 88 from the Clean & Simple Stamping blog on this one...LOVE this sketch.  It screamed "Lea"....tee hee!
"Wishing You..." supplies:
Cardstock: Bazzill Basics
Paper: GCD Studios
Stamps: Papertrey Ink (For the Graduate set) 
Ink: Clearsnap (Pigment: midnight) 
Ribbon: Renaissance by Design
Twine: Darice Inc. 
Button: Doodlebug Designs
Jewels: Glitz Designs
Corner Rounder: EK Success
Embossing Machine: Cuttlebug by Provo Craft
Embossing Border Folder: Pop Culture set by Provo Craft

Instructions:  Fold kraft dotted paper in half to make card base, and round the bottom corners.  Round the bottom corners of a floral strip and adhere to the bottom of the card.  Emboss a diamond border to the bottom of a white cardstock strip, and round the tip corners.  Stamp the sentiment above the embossed border, and adhere the white cardstock block to the front of the card.  Tie ribbon around the seam, and adhere a button to the bow with twine.  Accent the sentiment with red square jewels.   

Be sure to check out all the other lovely ladies' will be a little bit of delight in your day! ♥♥♥ 

Until later,

PS- want to hear something crazy?!  Casey graduates in less than 30 days.  I can't believe how quickly this year has flown by already.  Holy wow.  :)


  1. Love the bling on this one.

  2. So sorry hear you are not feeling well... brochitis is nasty stuff!! Lovely job with the sketch and the colours this week. Hope you feel better soon :D

  3. this was definately worth waiting for, my dear:) this is way fabulous, Lea...those red stones and the bit of embossing are too perfect!

  4. Your card is gorgeous, Lea and I'm very pleased that I ordered that stamp set too after seeing it on your card.

  5. lovely lovely card! I like the pop of red from the bling!

  6. So fabulous Lea! I love how you "tilted" the square jewels. Beautiful interpretation. I hope you feel better soon, sweetie! Hugs! ♥♥ Kay

  7. Lea this is so pretty!!! The DP is so the bling and the embossing too!!! Hugs ~S~

  8. Don't you just love this stamp set? I bought it for Brendan's graduation invites. Can't believe he's graduating either.

  9. So pretty! Love the red gems! :)

  10. Ooh, this is just gorgeous Lea! You have a way of always adding the perfect bling!

    Hope you are all better soon!

    (-: Heidi

  11. Oh Lea, this is such an elegant card! The DP is amazing. :)

  12. `Beautiful` card Lea.
    Hope your feeling better soon:)x

  13. glad to hear you are feeling better and could finally get into your craft area! you (as alway) have done an amazing job with the colours- love the touch of bling!! :)

  14. Hi Lea, hope you're continuing to feel better :)
    Your card is beautiful! The colours are very striking and the jewels are perfect with the embossing!

  15. Mmmmm, Lea! What a wonderful card! That DSP and ribbon are oh so yummy! Way to show them off!

  16. Gorgeous card Lea! I hope you're feeling better now!

  17. Ohhhh....the ribbon, the DP, embossing, jewels... PERFECTION!!!


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