Sunday, July 4, 2010

Anything goes at Isabella's


Happy Sunday and July 4th!
I am posting the card that I made for challenge #14 "Anything Goes" at Isabella's Sketchbook . You must use one of her images, but if you don't own any, she has a freebie that you can use.
This is one of the images that I won last week called Floral Ring 1. When I saw it I thought it would look great with a sentiment in the middle. I used SU blue bayou as my card base and the dp is also SU...a retired paper pack called porcelain prints.I used one of my large round nesties to cut it out. The inks I colored with are SU blue bayou and certainly celery. Please check out Isabella's and play along. I think you will love her images.

7 comments:

Linda Coughlin, the funkie junkie said...

Wow, Patti, this is fabulous. That paper (one of my favs that I still hoard) is so totally perfect for the image. I love it with the sentiment inside the circle! So happy to have you playing along with us again this week at Isabella's Sketchbook.

Viv said...

Patti this is lovely! The image is perfect for a sentiment in the middle. Congratulations on winning last week too. Thanks for joining us again at Isabellas.

Betty Benton said...

Fabulous card! That dp is perfect and you have done a beautiful job on coloring this image. I won a free image from the blog hop and am trying to decide on which to ask for -- this is one that I have in mind!

Payne Holler Cards said...

oh wow! i sure hope i still have some of that dp! you found a perfect match with this image -such a beautiful card!
thanks for playing and congrats on your win!

Cec said...

Lovely card with beautiful colouring. I love the clean layout and how you have matched your paper. Thanks for joining us at Isabella's.
Hugs!
Cec

The Wired Angel said...

Your card is lovely Patti.. super job! Thanks for playing along with us at Isabella's this week. Hugs, Peggy x

Isabella's Sketchbook said...

Patti, you really did a lovely job on this card. Sometimes the round images are more difficult to use, but you certainly didn't have a problem coming up with a fabulous design!