The card base is ivory and on top of that is a textured beige grasscloth patterned paper; next is a piece of kraft paper that has been run through a Paper Studio EF. The picture, which is in sepia tones, is printed from the internet, and the sentiment is generated from my computer and is die cut with a Sizzix Scalloped Oval die, and the edges of the oval are inked in brown. In the upper left corner is a Cheery Lynn Lace Corner Deco B corner diecut piece. At the bottom is a piece of ecru lace and it is topped off with an ivory double-looped bow that was made with Bow Easy. For an extra feminine touch, three liquid pearls were placed in the lower right hand corner of the picture.
This card is for a lady, but the picture and the sentiment could easily be used for a man's card, particularly if this color palate is used. The kraft paper background could also have a more angular embossed design if the card is for a man. I am telling this to myself for future reference because it is hard for me to come up with masculine themes. :o)
Here is the card:
I am also entering this card in the following challenges ending:
Mar 25 Word Art Wednesday - AG 5E #1
Mar 26 Just Keep on Creating - AG UE
Mar 27 Brown Sugar Challenge - AG UE
Mar 28 Sister Act Card Challenge - AG UE
Mar 28 Stampin' for the Weekend - AG 1E
Mar 29 613 Avenue Create - AG UE
Mar 29 Time 4 Scrap - Pearls and Lace UE
Apr 02 Cut It Up Challenges - Must Use Diecut 1E
Apr 12 Bunny Zoe's Challenge - AG UE
Thank you for stopping by my blog. I always appreciate your visits. As always, God's highest and best to you today and every day.
Many rich blessings,Ginny B.
Romans 10:9-11If you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. For it is by believing in your heart that you are made right with God, and it is by confessing with your mouth that you are saved. NLT