Friday, September 2, 2011

FTTC Bingo

Quick post before I head off for a nap, working tonight.....looks we have a little blow headed our way for the weekend - going to be a wet one!!!!
This card was done for this weeks Timeless Tuesday challenge over at Flourishes. The challenge was to pick a row on a Bingo card of choices and make a card - I picked the middle vertical row with piercing, pearls and ribbon.
I colored this stamp from Flourishes with peerless watercolors onto watercolor paper and then cut it out with a Spellbinders labels die.
I edged the panel with gold mettalic pen and then pierced along the inside of tht edge.
The ribbon is from my stash and then I used Viva Decor liquid pearls in gold along the outside of the die edges and in 2 corners.
Check out the challenge here - - for a ton of great inspiration and a chance to win some stamping $$ :).
All for me today - Take Care


Betty Wright said...

Tera! Tera! Tera! Be still my heart! This is absolutely GORGEOUS! You had me gasping at all the wonderful details. I must admit I am slightly green with envy at all who can use the liquid pearls to perfection and you did! Not to mention the gold framed edge and paper pierced detailing. The coloring and wonderful sentiment just completes this masterpiece! Beautifully done! Thanks so much for playing Flourishes Bingo Challenge this week! This needs a FRAME!

Silke Ledlow said...

Hey GF...I totally agree with Betty! This is GORGOEUS and I'm lovin' all the fabbo details too! Thank you for playing bingo with us...hugs ~S~

Beate said...

Tera, your card is gorgeous! Love your coloirng, the beautiful gold border and paper you picked! Wonderful card.
Hugs and smiles

Leslie Miller said...

Wow! Look at this! Gorgeous!!

iPhone Application Developer said...

This is soooooo lovely. The way you colord the image.

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