lundi 4 juillet 2011

Embellish Magazine's Rainbow challenge

Hello folks! In fact, is there anyone reading me yet? With me not visiting and not commenting almost anywhere, I know you must have all get discouraged to come here. I'm really sorry about this! Hopefully one day I'll be able again to see all the wonderful things you all do. For the moment I'm trying to keep up with life, my assignments and throwing in a challenge from time to time. Like this absolutely irresistible Embellish Magazine Rainbow challenge. Here's the announcement:


And here's my card. I made it using a simple flower from Funky Flowers set by myStamp Box and a sentiment from Mention it! set (which is among my favorites). I've added some gems to give those flowers life and some twine just for pleasure. :)

Supplies: white cardstock; stamps myStamp Box; dye inks Ranger; gems HA; twine My Mind's Eye

I'm feeling very inspired by rainbows right now. So stay tuned for some more soon! :)

P.S. I've also entered this card into Gallery Idol competition, more for fun than anything else...

9 commentaires:

Lin a dit…

Sweet! You know I love my flowers, and those gems are perfect touch! Good luck on BOTH challenges, Agata!

Erin (Homemade Cards by Erin) a dit…

You're stuck with some of your followers, even if you don't have to time to visit us :) But, hint, come pop by my blog tomorrow, there's a p-a-r-t-y! Love these colors...

Wendy a dit…

Pretty, pretty, pretty. I love your sweet card.

alexandra s.m. a dit…

Elle est superbe ;-)
Bisous

Allison Cope a dit…

Super cute card Agata!!!

Tiffany a dit…

THis is super cute, love your rainbow of colors on the flowers!! And, no worries, I sometimes disappear from blog world completely, so it is totally understandable! Love visiting you when I can!

Sarah Martina a dit…

I love this, Agata! :) The gems are the perfect finishing touch! So glad you joined us for the Embellish Color Trends Challenge! :)

marsha. a dit…

Ah! I see I'm not the only one with a rainbow crush ;-). Lovely card!!!

Sue Sykes a dit…

I love this in its' simplicity!