Sunday, May 25, 2008

FS68 Floral Whimsy




I was sooooo excited to see my SCS and blogger friend Denise aka *Peanutbee* being chosen as the Featured Stamper today!!!
Denise is a super talented artist and I love all of her creations - especially her talent on coloring!!!

So when I saw her announcement last night I was jumping up and down and of course I couldn't go to sleep - oh no - I went straight up to my crafting room and started making the first card!!!

I have won this fantastic Verse Visual *Floral Whimsy* Set and after picking this card from Denise's gallery I knew it work perfectly with the card I have made for her!!!
Here are some minor changes I have made:

I have used different colors - So Saffron, Whisper White, Close to Cocoa and Groovy Guava.
For the inks I have used - Old Olive, Pumpkin Pie and Purely Pomegranate.
I have added the Purely Pomegranate Satin Ribbon and some Halfback Pearls in the center of the flowers.

Denise - I hope you like it??? ~TFL~

10 comments:

Joan said...

Very nice card. I like the colours and the centres of your flowers. Joan

Jessie/knightrone said...

Oh my Silke, this is just gorgeous!! Love the colors!!

Sara said...

I love this card! The colors are so great together. I love the pearls too. I discovered Peanutbee because of you. She has such a great style.

peanutbee said...

Awww, Silke, I *LOVE* it!! You don't even have to ask. Super colors, great layout, and lovely sentiment (is that part of the Verve set too?)! You rock!

Jackie Pedro said...

I have one word for this card, Silke...PERFECTION!!!!

The colors are gorgeous and that ribbon...that ribbon is beautiful!!

antjeegypt said...

Excellent color choice! Very nice card!

Laura (scrapnextras) said...

Spectacular! Love it Silke...this is so beautiful! Great colours and design...perfect!

Julia Aston said...

Wonderful colors and love the shimmer on the flowers! super sentiment too!

Julee from Verve said...

Wow! Just stunning!

septemberose said...

Looking through the cards on your blog you have an uncommonly good eye for color and layout. I know it's an artistic thing, but wonder if you follow any basic rules of thumb in design ? Could you guide a newbie ?