Wednesday, June 27, 2012

celebrate life.

Hello!

Some of you that are on Facebook may have seen this picture of my creative process...


That led to this:


I was inspired by the current retrosketch:


That challenge site is quickly becoming my fav!  I always love their sketches and inspiration!

I used my highly neglected Pink Paislee Nantucket collection and topped it off with a SRM sentiment.

40 comments:

  1. What a gorgeous card Amy.

    Hugs Riet.xx

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  2. Beautiful card, love the pink:):)

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  3. Oooooh......soooo pretty! Love the pink! :)

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  4. love the process :) and a great card!

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  5. Beautiful card Amy!!
    BTW~ you won some ribbon over on my blog :)
    Email me your address and I will ship it out!!

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  6. You call that a mess? Is that a challenge? lol :)
    Love the gorgeous floral paper, the rounded corners (quickly becoming a fave with me!) and those awesome embellies at the bottom!

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  7. LOL to your craft process photo!! LOVE IT!!!! And loving that card!! LOVEEEEEEEEEE the pink, the half hexagon and the pearls!!!!

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  8. Love how the card turned out Amy and I too am a big fan of their sketches.

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  9. aww this came out so pretty...i love the gold pearls...so pretty.

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  10. lovely card Amy! Great choice of patterned paper ;)

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  11. Such a sweet card. Love the soft colors. You rock!

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  12. Beautiful card, Amy, I love the colors and the papers you used! Have a beautiful day!

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  13. Beautiful.. LOVE your little yellow element at the bottom. hugs!

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  14. i agree about retro sketches...they rock!! and i love this card!! super fun!!

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  15. This is gorgeous, Amy! I love the pink patterns and that little yellow piece of chipboard!

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  16. Very pretty! You could link it to the CAS-ual Fridays pink challenge too! :)

    ps Love your process photo, glad I'm not the only one who pulls out a lot of 'stuff'!

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  17. ohhhh soo pretty!!! LOVE the colors!!!

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  18. love how you used the pink color and the yellow chipboard peeking out.

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  19. Pretty in pink, girlie! Your creative process seems similar to mine....shame I don't every seem to find the time to pick up the stuff from the floor when I've finished LOL!
    Hugs!
    x

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  20. Such pretty papers! That is a wonderful sketch to highlight them too.

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  21. what a pretty card Amy - so feminine!

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  22. what! all that mess for one card?? never happens to me!! LOL :)

    super pretty card girlfriend :)

    off to spend a day at my craft table as soon as i get caught up on my reader :)

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  23. I love this card.... everything about it!!

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  24. This is gorgeous, Amy! I picked up some PP Nantucket digital items recently and can't wait to use them, especially now that I've seen this lovely creation of yours!

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  25. Fun to see your creative process, and oh my goodness, the half hexagon is the most clever thing ever!

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  26. The end result was worth it! This is beautiful.

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  27. Now that I have caffeine in my system, I can properly comment. ha ha The Nantucket papers are so gorgeous--love the way you put them together for the sketch. The little stitching and pop of yellow are so fab!

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  28. The pink patterned papers are beautiful! I'm loving the little yellow tab too!!! So glad you joined us in this week's RetroSketch challenge Amy!

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  29. great take on the challenge! beautiful card...and very similar creative process to mine! ;)

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  30. those colors are so yummy! beautiful card, Amy!

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  31. Gorgeous card Sista!!!! Love this!!! Hugs...xoxo

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  32. Those papers are wonderful!! Love the buttons and pearls!

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  33. So sweet! That floral paper is fab.

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  34. What a fabby creation- so glad your process is similar to mine... happy sigh to see that nantucket being used to perfection!

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Cheers,
~amy~