Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Where in the World is Shannon?

Hello All! Sorry to be MIA for the last few days! I have been SOOOO not feeling good, and between Easter and my DH going out of town, my MIL coming to help with the kids and work being absolutely nuts....I have had ZERO time to do ANYTHING!!! Sheeesh! I am having MAJOR crafty withdrawal! hehehehe Ok, here are some things that I made that I did not get a chance to post...This is the last card I made with the Amazing Grace DP. I just love this pack and I am sorry that they are all out of it. I still have some, though...so you will probably see more in the future! The blue DP is a CS from that DCWV The Green Stack. (green meaning environmentally friendly) It is 70% post consumer recycled materials, which is a bonus in my book!

The CS is cream and brown that I had in my paper stash. the ribbons are satin ribbons that came from StuffMart.

The brads are...can you guess?...Basic Grey Urban Prairie! I just LOVE these colors! I gotta get more...the spacers are from the jewelery section @ HL.

The flowers are a mix of Heidi Grace and silk stems that I took apart.

The cross charm is Blue Moon from StuffMart. I used my MS Lace Doily Border Punch on the front and inside.

I think this is one of my fave color combos: Brown and turquoisey-blue (is that even a color?ha!) The first Anya I made was similar and GUESS WHAT!?!?!?!?! It was featured on the Club Anya website last week! I was so excited!!!!! You can check out that post here.

Blessings!

5 comments:

Susie Sugar said...

Beautiful simply beautiful I love this card
Hugs Susie xx

Riet said...

wowww Shannon,what a beautiful card,l love the colours.

hugs Riet.x

Judy's Crafty Moments said...

Just a lovely colour combo! I love the verse and the flowers are really pretty! Great card!
Judy xx

kisatrtle said...

You are becoming quite the card expert. I'm impressed not only with the card but your excellent photography work.

Hope you feel better soon.

Word: Bectin, which I believe is a cream for bee stings.

Kim Dellow said...

Fabulous work. Well done. Kim