Monday, May 23, 2011

The Reader

I needed a card to send to my sister today.  I remembered that I have colored a few digis and put them in a file for "just in case."  For once I had a great idea!  I whipped this up in about 15 minutes after I got to work!  I just grabbed the digi, papers and ribbon along with the base card to use, then headed out.  It was a great chance to demonstrate how I put a card together for my student, and I ended up with this pretty card.  The butterfly paper came from WalMart, the ribbon was in a package of ribbon pieces, the teal paper was from the Taj Mahal mat stack that I picked up about a month ago.  The white base card is from a pack I got quite a while ago on sale, from K and Co.  Really handy to keep around.

I had a great time coloring this, think I'll try it out again because it's going to be one of my favorites.

Thanks for looking!


  1. As a reader, I am in love with that image! Like the ribbon you added on the side. So glad you played along with us this week at Woodware USA!

  2. What a gorgeous image! Really beautiful creation - thats for joining us at Cupcake this week! x

  3. I can't believe how quickly you made that card. That ribbon is beautiful! I also entered the Cupcake challenge this week! Amyx

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  5. Awww... This is such a sweet & cute card! Just love that adorable image! Thanks for joining us at The Cupcake Craft Challenge this week! Good luck! Hugs & Sunshine!/sari

  6. what a pretty card
    Thanks for linking up to Make it Monday
    Lisa x
    Don't forget......... if you leave a comment on another entry, mention that you saw their card on "Make It Monday" for a chance at second prize. The more entries you comment on the more chance you have of winning second prize.

  7. This is beautiful! Your image is gorgeous and I love the colours! Thanks for joining us at Cupcake and good luck! Delphine xx

  8. Love the image. Thanks for joining us at Cupcakes and good luck x


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