Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Coloring Down The Lines -- Wisteria Wonder with Pinterest CASE

I'm back, and I am really happy to be back.  There just wasn't any way to get my photos to download.  But thanks to my good friend Robbie, who suggested I try using Chrome as my internet search engine, and  my wonderful hubby, who helped me download it, I am back in business.

You should have arrived from Liz's blogsite for our blog hop this week.  I sure have missed being in the challenges, but I have still been looking at everyone's creations.  Aren't they beautiful, and I'm sure Liz's is beautiful today too.

Our challenge this week is to use Wisteria Wonder with Soft Sky and Sahara Sand or Wisteria Wonder with Pink Pirouette and Cherry Cobbler.  The twist, and this is a good one, is to find a card on Pinterest and CASE it (Copy And Share Everything).  Pinterest is a challenge to me because I don't go there -- yes, you heard me, I don't go there.  But I had such a good time looking for a card, that I will go back often from now on.  So following is a card done by Julie Davison on Pinterest.  I love the look and so I copied hers.

Now here is what I created, based on her card:

I chose Wisteria Wonder with Soft Sky and Sahara Sand as my colors.  I really like the colors.  I also used the new Scalloped Tag Top Punch.  Love it.

So now you should head on back to the beginning to Robbie.  If you started with me, then take a look at Robbie's creation and continue all the way through.

I'm so glad to be back.  Come back and see me again soon...................

Crafty Hugs,


Lizzy said...

You are truly back in business - love your CASe - the colors are so soft together. Great job and welcome back!

Lizzy said...

You are really back in business - love the soft colors together. Great job!

carol smith said...

Sandy, this is dynamite! I love it, great job! Gonna make some of these. So cheery. Hugs

Joni said...

Sandy I love how you used that tag!!! It's so pretty with those colors!!! Nice job!!!!

Amanda Frankel said...

YAY! Welcome back~ I loved that you made your own DSP! Great job on this challenge!