Saturday, April 7, 2012

Catered Crop, C4C131 I Wait For The Lord......

Happy weekend!

My girls have *Spring* break this week and Sarah is participating in a Glitz Pageant today....needless to say this week just flew by. I was hoping to have more stampin' time, but since the weather was fabulous we where on the go most of the time....and I combined today's card with three challenges!

First up is this weeks Crazy for Challenges ~ C4C131....Cindy is our new host this month and is challenging us to a *Color* theme. Please use BLUE & WHITE PLUS ONE OTHER COLOR OF YOUR CHOICE!!! Please swing by the C4C Blog to see all the details and the teams ideas. 

Next is this weeks Catered Crop Recipe Swap Challenge....Our featured ingredient is to use *BRADS*. Please make sure to swing by the Catered Crop Blog for all the details and entries. We have some fabulous prizes to giveaway!



The layout was inspired by this weeks Cardabilities Sketch #52.....



Hope you will have a chance to play along! Have a wonderful Easter weekend.....

                                                             Hugs, ~Silke~

Ink: SU Pacific Point
Paper: PTI White CS, PTI Enchanted Evening
Other: Doily, PTI Enchanted Evening Stitched Ribbon, Spellbinder Label 18 Die, Woodgrain Embossing Folder (Hobby Lobby Brand), Flowers, SU Antique Brads 

9 comments:

Linda McClain said...

Oh Silke - it's stunning. Happy Easter to you, love!

StampOwl said...

So pretty

Sharon Jones said...

Wow, Silke - absolutely gorgeous! Happy Easter!
Hugz2u,
Sharon

Barbara said...

Simply gorgeous, Silke!

Karen McAlpine said...

Lovely! The Pacific Point ink is perfect!

Marisa said...

Love this verse!! Great use of the colours and loving that woodgrain BG. Wishing you a blessed Easter ((hugs))

Joanne (jojot) said...

crisp and clean with a delightful feminine touch....fabbo

JD said...

How Beautiful...The embossing folder that you chose for the background is just perfect for this card!

Joanne (jojot) said...

beautiful use of the sketch....love the drams of the contrast between the white and the dark blue...fabbo