Friday, January 27, 2012

C4C121 A Friend....

Happy weekend!

Hope you have something fun going on??? I have to work this weekend....it's conference time again and from now till the end of March we are super busy. I'm still posting my cards, but I'll keep it short and sweet :) .

My card is for this weeks Crazy 4 Challenges ~ C4C121. Joanne is still hosting and she challenged us to create a card with *LOTS, LOTS OF LAYERS & EMBELLISHMENTS*.

Here is my idea...



I managed to add 6 layers....yeah! The sentiment is from the newly released Flourishes Heartlines Set. The DP is from the S.E.I Promise Me Collection.

Please make sure to swing by the C4C blog to see all the ideas the*Crazies* had.

Have a wonderful weekend and I'll see you again Tuesday with my FTTC and Color Q cards.

                                                                    Hugs, ~Silke~

9 comments:

StampOwl said...

definitely lots of layers there Silke, gorgeous card as always!

Kelli Jo said...

OH & AWWW!!! I just absolutely LOVE this card! Amazing how those open letters are still SO striking!! The roses also are perfection as is the color of the ribbon... gee, you are REALLY good at this!!! LOL

Cindy Haffner said...

GORGEOUS GORGEOUS!!~

Dawn Easton said...

STUNNING card! Wow! Love all the embellishing you have done!!! Gorgeous! Enjoy your weekend!

Joanne (jojot) said...

I jusr love that sentiment....so very true....and love all your fabulously elegant/vintage detail work...fabbo

Barbara said...

You did great with the layers, my friend!!! Absolutely gorgeous card!

Summerthyme Studio said...

So Beautiful Silke, I LOVE that bold rose and the butterly too! PRETTY!


Vicki

Patti J said...

Such a gorgeous creation, Silke! Those layers are each one fabulous, and WOW! When you put them all together, what a statement they make! I'm curious what size your finished card is? If you've gotten all that on an A-2, you are a goddess!!! Thanks for sharing, my friend!

Marisa said...

Beautifully layered sentiment panel. Love the flowers and of course the MS butterfly :)