Color my world with family, friends and some time to be creative making cards!

Forever Grateful


Happy Sunday!

Had a little time today to play in my studio and this is what I came up with!


I started off with this great sketch over at CAS(E) this Sketch.

Hope it’s okay that my flowers cascaded down a bit!


Paired it up with the CASE Study Challenge #149.


Cutting out those flowers was a little tedious…but while I was doing that

I got to watch my buddy Phil Mickelson win the Scottish Open.  WooHoo!

 I find when I cut out small intricate items if I leave a white

edge it looks ten times better.  Anybody out there agree with me??

I paper pieced part of the birdy too.

Until next time,


Stamps: Gkd, Darcies

Ink: SU-Tempting Turquoise, Memento- Rose Bud

Acc: Pop dots, ribbon,rhinestones

7 thoughts on “Forever Grateful

  1. I agree with the white edge, Nancy, but I invariably get too close and cut it off. Maybe that’s why I don’t do much fussy cutting.

  2. I love this! It’s beautiful! and I agree with you about the flowers too.

  3. I’m so glad you took the time to add all those lovely flowers, because they are gorgeous! I agree with leaving a white edge unless I’m doing layers on the same flower 🙂 Oh I love matching dies! Thanks for playing with us over on CASE Study 🙂

  4. Beautiful card, Nancy. 😉 I really love the colors against the black background, and I agree with you about the white edge when fussy cutting things. Great job on answering both challenges – beautifully done! 😉

  5. Such a delightful card! Love the combination of colors and the sweet design!

  6. Simply lovely.

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