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Pumpkin Spice - Lucky

Hello!  Today its my turn to post on the Pumpkin Spice blog

Although my crafty mojo has been on a bit of a hiatus lately (I think it is off looking for spring), I couldn’t help but be inspired by the beautiful, warm colors from Echo Park’s For the Record 2 collection.

 

2013-03-27 PSS Good Luck WM

In my original idea for this card, I was planning on having more of these beautiful floral papers showing.  I love the pink and orange together.  But, the doily on my desk some how made it’s way on my card.   Once again, I used some coordinating chipboard.   I jazzed it up a bit using some liquid pearls on the flower centers.

 

Don’t forget you still have time to join challenge #12 – Lucky (your interpretation).     To link up your “lucky” project or to see the challenge details, stop by the Pumpkin Spice blog

 

Thank you for stopping by!  Have a great day!

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Comments

Desire Fourie said…
So beautiful. Love the zesty colours.
Hugs
Desíre
{Doing Life – my personal blog}
Lida_M said…
Cheryl,it`s so nice & bright!Wow!!!Like it!
Sue - bearhouse said…
Gorgeous card Cheryl. I love the sunny papers and fabulous layout.
Sue xx
Riet said…
What a beautiful card Cheryl.

Hugs Riet.xx
Lisa said…
This is absolutely gorgeous!! I love the colors and beautiful design!! Your mojo is definitely back - it's fabulous!! Happy Wednesday :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts
Davi said…
So Pretty Cheryl!! Love the doily and the pretty oranges. Theres plenty of mojo going on there:)
Sandra H said…
Beautiful card x
jimlynn said…
Just beautiful! Love those yummy looking papers you used on here.
So pretty.
Lynn
Danni said…
This is beautiful!
Fab card, I love the bright orange design. Thank you for sharing your work with all of us at Crafty Boots Challenges.

Dionne
GiGi said…
Fantastic card! The colors are wonderful and I love the doily! Thanks for playing at My Craft Spot!
Donna Ellis said…
Hi, Cheryl! Such a vibrantly colored, happiness-laden Congratulatory card! So many pretty design elements, layers and stitching. Love it!
Annette said…
wow this is really pretty...love these fun colors..
Missy said…
This is terrific Cheryl, I love the bow, doily and pretty sentiment!!
Cheryl said…
What a beautiful card!

Thanks for joining us at Eureka Stamps this week.
Jenn Bedient said…
What a beautiful card! Love the colors and design. Thanks so much for sharing with us at 613 Avenue Create. Hope you have a fabulous day!

- Jenn DT
Flutterby Trina said…
beautiful colours! Thanks for playing along with us this week at Creative Creations Challenges - unfortunately our rules state a maximum of 10 other challenges. We really hope you will join us again soon! x
kanda said…
This is a fabulous card. Super design and lovely warrm colours. Thanks for joining us at the PCJ challenge xx
Louise Sims said…
visiting via MIM: Love the vibrancy of your card and composition. Warm colours to brighten the miserable weather we have been having lately.
Lou
x
Holly said…
Beautiful papers Cheryl, and I love the doily you added too! Thanks for playing in Squigglefly's challenge this week!
Marianne said…
What a great card is this.
Thank you for joining us at Shelly's Images.
Greetings, Marianne
Audrey Pettit said…
Ooh, how beautiful! I so love these colors together, and that paper is beautiful. Love the doily and tag, and love how you did the sentiment, too!
Sharon said…
Beautiful card love the paper your chose, Sure looks like Spring to me. Thanks for joining us for Vickie's Challenge at Lady Anne's.
Sandy said…
I think this card would bring anyone Good Luck. it's delightful. love the colours and the fab bow and doily.
Thanks for linking up with Make It Monday this week.
Hugs,
Sandy
mum of two said…
How fabulous! The patterned paper is gorgeous. Thanks so much for playing with us at Pause Dream Enjoy Anything Goes this past week. Hope to see you again soon :)

michelle
Purple Monkey Moments
Tameko said…
Hi Cheryl,

This is a beautiful card design! Great colors, and details. Thanks for joining us at Sentimental Sundays!
Love the layout with the words taking center stage!!!!!!
Lisa Jane said…
wonderful card - Thanks for joining us at LCI ths fortnight for our anything goes challenge
Lisa x
Shelly Parker said…
Just beautiful Cheryl. I love the bright Spring colors and I love the different fonts. So interesting. Thanks so much for joining our challenge at Shelly's Images Blog.
-Shelly
Shelly's Images.com

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