Happy morning friends. Looks like it's going to be a great day in our area. I'm looking forward to heading out to my mom's and let the grandkids and dog run around outside!! Plus, lunch is always great!! : ) Well, it's Sunday, so we have a new Cupcake Inspiration Challenge for you today. Here's my card...
This image is called Two Roses and is from this week's sponsor, A Passion for Stamps. Isn't that image just stunning? A Passion for Stamps kindly allowed the DT to use one of their images and I just couldn't NOT chose this one!! I'm a huge fan of roses. Oh... and the inspiration...
Beautiful, right? I didn't really do this photo justice as it has other gorgeous colors. It was really hard to decide which to go with! I was going to attempt a two-tone rose, but that got away from me!!! : ) So... simple yellow roses, one of my favorites!!
I sure hope you can join in our challenge this week. A Passion for Stamps will be giving the random winner four (4) digital images of their choice. I hope you'll go take a look around their blog. There are some wonderful flower images and others as well.
Crafty Creations - the SKETCH
One Stitch at a Time - use your digi stamps
Craftalicious Challenges - anything goes
Karbers Challenge - go digital
A Spoonful of Sugar - sparkle and shine
Creative Card Crew - bloomin' marvelous
Fab 'n Funky - use a digi image
Crafy Ann's Challenge - use a digi and favorite coloring medium
Allsorts Challenge - inspiration from a song title. YELLOW ROSE OF TEXAS
Create 4 Fun - use a digi image
EtsyInspired - Lemon Kissed (sunny yellow mini rose earrings)
As always, I want to thank you all for stopping by today. I hope you enjoyed it enough to come back soon! Also, please visit the Cupcake Inspiration blog to view the other DT member's creations. They are beautiful!!
Stamps: A Passion for Stamps two roses digital image
Paper: BoBunny (brown), October Afternoon (yellow), Gina K. pure luxury
Supplies: Nesties, Wild Orchid roses, ribbon, pearls, VersaMagic wheat chalk ink, diamond stickles
Techniques: Copic markers, prismacolor pencils and gamsol, sponging, vintage photo Distress Ink