Tuesday, January 11, 2011

City Crafter #39

Hello my friends, It is Tuesday which mean it time for another fun
Challenge over at CCCB..  The talented and so sweet Ros is our host this
week.  She has come up with a Sketch for us to follow..
To see the Sketch for this week you can hop on over to CCCB!

So here is my interpatation of the sketch this week!

I used my Big Shot to cut this flower useing a Sizzix Die cut
"flowers and leaf"

A little twine and  a old button to finish it off..

If you want to play along with us this week you can hop
on over to CCCB for all the details on this challenge..

Their is a wonderful Prize up for grabs this week!


Yep... $15 to spend how you want at Pixie Dust Paperie.
A perfect reason to play along..


Ros is our host this week but that is not the only thing that is going on this
week for Ros..

It is her Birthday this week so I just wanted to give a huge
shot out to sweet and talented Ros..


I truley hope you have a wonderful Birthday my friend..

Here is a little card I made for Ros's Birthday!

It's on it's way to you my friend.....
So glad we have meet here in Blogland!

Thanks so much for stopping by,
I Just want to say Thanks so much for all your kind comments..
Hugs, Linda


Cheryl Nelson said...

Super fantabulous cards Linda! LOVE them both soooooo much!

Ros said...

THANK YOU Linda!!! your cards are magnificent and the kindness of you lovely girls has touched my heart ... much love xxx

Netty said...

Both gorgeous cards. Annette x

Becca said...

Hi Linda, I love your cards. I really like the look of the kraft paper, and that butterfly stamp is one of my favorites. I think your birthday card turned out pretty too, I'm sure Ros will love it!

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

They are both so pretty Linda, one is soft, the other is cute, but both so pretty!

Mona L. Pendleton said...

Beautiful cards Linda! Love the multi-layered flower on the first! I am sure Ros will cherish her sweet card :)

Deb Hickman said...

A beautiful card for the challenge,I love the sepia colours and that flower is gorgeous.
Ros's card is just as beautiful,such pretty colours.

Deb x

Joanna K said...

Awwww...what a beautiful take on Ros's sketch and such a lovely birthday card, I love the stitching and the colours...;) Very lovely, my Friend! Your style is so feminine, your gorgeous cards always amaze me! Lots of hugs for a nice week! xxx

Tracy said...

AHA! There's my Linda stitching! LOL Love this card. Great vintage feel! I love brown. :-) I'm so excited to be guesting for you guys at CCCB this week. Oh by the way, in answer to your question about what paper I use for my Copics, I've been using Gina K Pure Luxury but I've had suggestions of X-Press It and Cryogen. Hugs!

Linda64 said...

Dear Linda, both of these are gorgeous, but the first one is just perfect. Love the colors, flowers and the button in the middle...
Hugs and kisses

sweet craf-tea chick said...

wonderful cards, linda! love the stitching! thanks for sharing and hope you're having a wonderful day! *hugs* steph :)

Stella said...

Linda both cards are gorgeous. I love love love pink and kraft. Your cards are always fabulous!

Lynnda Hosni said...

I love them both Linda... Simply gorgeous... hugs my friend....xoxo

Davi said...

Beautiful cards Linda...Im sure Roe will love her pretty card and really love the colors and the wow flower on the first one.

minnie_mac said...

Love your cards. Great textures.


Catherine said...

I really like the button tied with twine on the paper flower. Very pretty! You are so crafty!
xo Catherine

Terry said...

Just loving both of your cards! The stitching always adds so much interest! Beautiful!

Lori said...

Love both of your cards. That kraft and cream is just gorgeous!

Emily Keaton said...

What a pretty take on the sketch! I love all those great neutrals you used. The layered flower is gorgeous, and it's cool how you finished it off with twine and a button. Lovely work!

Suzanne C said...

Both cards are beautiful! Love the earthy tones in your first card. Your birthday card is sweet and love the colors you used!