Saturday, September 17, 2011

A Throwdown Case-A-Diva Card

Verve Stamps' September Diva Dare challenges you to Case-a-Diva
(fancy talk for copy).


I chose Sankari Wegman to case.



Every time I go on a Verve hop and land on her blog...I literally gasp.



My eyeballs POP when I see what she does with color

AND bling.




WOWZERS.



It's like she's working with a special rainbow or shade of colors.




She's like the Color Whisperer. ;)





My card is not as magnificent as her work,



but my heart was in the right place.. ;)







helped me get started.





See my baby attempts at quilling???


Note it's quilling with a little "q". ;)



 Gotta start somewhere,right?




Thank you for stopping by today. ;)


INFO:

Papertrey's Communique Curves Sentiments,Teresa Collins Posh Clear Stamps,MS Clear Pattern Stamps,Spellbinders Scalloped circles,Want2Scrap bling,Versamark ink,black embossing powder,Memento ink,Brilliance red,Ellison Thin Cuts daisy flower



5 comments:

  1. Well I didn't see her original but I think your card is pretty gorgeous! Great job on the color challenge--this is a very dramatic card. The quilling looks great too!

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  2. Dearest Marlena! This is the sweetest blog post ever and I am beyond honored and blown away by your kind words and that you CASE'd me!! Your card is so beautifully dramatic and stunning and those quilled flowers and beautiful butterfly is perfect! LOVE those colors together wowowowowowow!!!! Thank you again so much for your beautiful words from your heart! You totally made my day!!!
    Big hugs!
    Sankari :)

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  3. Wow, this is beautiful, Marlena! The colors are so bold and vibrant! You've arranged them perfectly to be complimentary to each other and the accents you've used are stunning! The sweet swirly branch, the sponged panel and the darling sentiment...all fabulous! So glad to have you playing along with us!

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  4. This is gorgeous, Marlena! Love the quilling and the bold, dramatic color combo! Very "Sankari"!

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  5. This is just beautiful! Love those quilled leaves and your dramatic use of these colors.

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Thank you for your kind words and taking the time to stop in! ;)