A Suave Note


Hello friends....

Had to take a little time off as that last chemo (woohoo) really kicked my patootie. Feeling better now and I am back to what I love...making cards.
Today I am playing along at Reverse Confetti with their sketch challenge:


Using papers from the Authentique Suave collection and the RC Class Act stamp and die set.
This card is also entered into the OWH ODBD Challenge for embossing
&
The Case Study challenge using this card as inspiration:
I spy... Yellow, stripes, & tiny background stencil.


Though most of it is covered up...the strip of white is actually a Memory Box stencil with modeling paste, then heat embossed with Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko Iridescent clear powder. So....pretty!!!!

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9 comments

Sandra H said...

So lovely x

Paula S. said...

Love that patch of plaid on this! Been thinking about you and so glad to know you're feeling well enough to create. :)

My Paper Epiphany said...

Hi Penny. I thought I was already following you, butI haven't been to your blog for a while. So sorry to hear that you have been having a tough time and going through chemo. Congrats on the last session! My brother went through this and I know how he felt when it ended. I hope that you get the all clear and feel better soon!
Your card is beautiful - I love the colours!

Stacey Schafer said...

awesome use of RC, Penny! love this!

Donna Nuce said...

Glad you are feeling better. Love this card. Have a great day.

Wida said...

All the elements on your teacher card go so well together. Really fun!

Taunya Butler said...

This card is so suave and would be perfect for either a male teacher or a female teacher!! The colors and tones complement each other very well! I just love it!!!

Nanci Wilson said...

Look forward to seeing all the projects with the Neon colors.

Nanci Wilson said...

Look forward to seeing all the projects with the Neon colors.

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