Sunday, April 24, 2011

Our Creative Corner Challenge

Hello & Happy Sunday!

As your well aware of, I was having camera issues this week so hubby ran out to Walmart last night and got me a new camera for Easter! He knows I use my camera for lots of things and was kinda lost without it the last few days. Thank you, Buppie!! :)

So, this morning I got my pictures retaken of my easel card that Vicki from over at the Our Creative Corner Blog challenged us to make. I made an easel card way back when they first came out on the scene but it did not come out right so today was interesting to me on how easy they really are! I loved this challenge and i'm sure down the road you will see me make more of them now that I know how! Thanks Vicki!! :)



Bear with me on the camera issue. I don't take well to new things so a new camera will certainly be another learning process for me! LOL


Our Creative Corner Challenge~Easel Card:

Stamps: Thanks for Caring (set #63)
Ink: Always Artichoke
Cardstock: Always Artichoke, Baja Breeze, PTI Vanilla, Springtime Vintage DSP
Accessories: Circle & Circle Scallop Nestibilities, Martha Stewart Doily Punch, Antique Brad, SU Victoria Lace Ribbon, Kaiser Vanilla Pearls, Glue Dots, Dimensionals, Scor Tape


Also i'd like to pass along a happy birthday wish to my friend here in Missouri, Vicki Burdick! Hope you have a great day!! :)

Well, that's all for now!
Gotta go get my potatoes peeled and a cookin for supper. The ham's smelling really good!
I'll be back later to share Shawn & Kelsey's Easter Treats I made them so stay tuned!

Have a wonderful day!
~Wendy

9 comments:

The Other Patti Sue said...

So pretty and full of spring!

Janice M said...

So pretty Wendy!! LOVE that pack of SU paper. I have yet to try and easel card....one of these days I need to give it a go!

Vicki B. said...

wow this is a beauty!! Love that paper and you did fabulous on making the easel. really like your inside elements! So pretty!!

knitmachinequeen (KMQ) said...

Beautiful card.

Linda Coughlin, the funkie junkie said...

Such a pretty sympathy card. Lovely but not overdone. I am in love with that DSP from SU, especially that particular pattern. It looks beautiful the way you have used it here. So happy you joined in the easel card fun with us this week at Our Creative Corner! Thanks for being one of our regulars!

Jennifer Rzasa said...

This is a stunning card. You really did a fabulous job with our easel challenge! Thanks so much for playing along at Our Creative Corner!

Rebecca Ednie said...

I have the hardest time with sympathy cards, even guy cards are easier! This is so elegant and understated as all symp cards should be. Thanks for playing at the OCC this week!

CindyB said...

This is such a beautiful sympathy card. Makes me wish I had gotten that set! Love your elegant easel.

leslie (crookedstamper) said...

Joplin, MO, huh? That;s on my short list of places to maybe retire. How do you like it?

Oh, and I just CASEd your card. :) It's gorgeous.

http://thecrookedstamper.blogspot.com/2011/05/sympathy-card.html