Saturday, September 14, 2013

Birthday Wishes with Huntington



I have been pretty busy over the past while creating tons of cards.  Just was having difficulty finding the time to photograph, edit, and post.   But I found time today to take pictures and edit all of them, so I will be sharing them with you throughout September and into October.

Here's one of those cards:




Don't you just love the beautiful Fall colours in these Huntington papers?
I sure do.

One of my closest friends is having a birthday tomorrow, but we will be celebrating tonight.

This card is for her. 

She was definitely born at the right time of year, because her fave colours are these ones.

When I was stamping the flower, it seemed a little plain to me, so I rubbed a little yellow onto it.  

Now I am not sure if I like the addition or not, but it is ok.

I guess if it bothers me too much, I still have time to change it out.  ;)


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On a side note, I started up a Facebook page to share anything CTMH related.

Apparently I need to get 30 likes before it is visible through any searches.  ;)

Can you help a gal out?  Thanks so much. 

Here's the link: 


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Happy creating!  :)



Supplies use (all CTMH):
Paper:  Huntington B&Ts; Slate, Colonial White, Cashmere CS
Stamps:  Happy Autumn, Just a Number
Pigment Inks:  Black, Olive, Ponderosa Pine, Autumn Terracotta, Sunset, Creme Brulee
Embellishments:  Antique Gold Durables Artisan Studs
Other:  Make It From Your Heart Vol. 3, 3D foam tape, Micro-tip scissors, Clear Detail embossing powder













3 comments:

Kigz said...

Simply gorgeous! I didn't get an email update about this one...hmmmm. I will have to double check. I personally LOVE the flower with the yellow addition, so KEEP it! Hope you did! Great job with that first Huntington paper...hard to cut that one just right, but you found the perfect section. Thanks, always for the inspiration, Vicki!

Mary Ellen Driggs said...

Wonderful card. I love the coloring you did on the flower.

Brenda said...

This is just lovely Vicki! It's a beautiful mix of patterns. I'm already following you sweetie - you will grow in no time on Facebook!

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