Monday, September 15, 2008

Afternoon Flowers

Today’s card is for a very close friend’s Birthday (a lot of my friends have BD in September - what’s up with that???) - Happy Birthday Linda!!!

Afternoon Flowers:

I’ve been hoarding the Afternoon Tea paper forever - so yesterday I cut into it… You see Linda is a flower and blue girl - I know blue and orange daisies - not something naturally in nature but the color combo is great! Each of the flowers is three layers popped up on dimensionals.

I am surprised to see the number of tree limbs we have down today - the wind that we experienced last night from Ike was freaky - wind going round in a circles. I hope that you and your family are safe and well today!

Thanks for the visit!

The Stuff:
Stamps - Petal Prints, Best Yet (SU); Ribbons & Bows (Stamps by Judith)
Paper - (all SU) Afternoon Tea DSP, White Groovy Guava, Choc Chip, Soft Sky
Ink - Soft Sky, Groovy Guava, Choc Chip, Mellow Moss
Other - Curly Label Punch (SU), Groovy Guava Ribbon (SU), Silver brads, Long Rectangle Megabilities (Spellbinders)


heather said...

oh great card, love those pop up flowers :) im glad we are far far away from that storm but i sure hope everyone is safe

Anonymous said...

All the best people are born in September... that's why all your friends were!


Anonymous said...

I love all your work!!!! This card is verry pretty!
You are so talented...

Greetings from Germany

Julie said...

I love all of your creations Kat

You have been featured on INSPIRATIONAL



Shirley said...

Well I am glad you finally used that background paper! Its lovely and just perfect for behind your beautiful 3D flowers. The embellishments and the scallops down one side is just more of the eye candy. TFS

Jorunn said... this card! The colors and the 3D effect... just stunning!!!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so very much for the LOVELY birthday card, Kathy!

My favorite color: blue, of course!

ScrapFest was so much fun - missed having you and Rhonda come with us.

It's hard to believe that it's been 20 years of friendship - where has the time gone?

Love ya,