Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Rolling Along....FMS133, SUO95


Sketch challenges are my favorite  - I love getting all of the pieces to work together.  Working in my craft room using Smoky Slate, Crushed Curry and Cindy's sketch definitely made me happy this week.  

I see Miss Emma is rocking those colors as well - in her own way of course. Sometimes all you need to be happy is a pickup truck, the breeze in your hair and a friend riding shotgun........







                Cindy designed a sweet sketch for us this week at Freshly Made Sketches!  Hope you join us!

                                                   

               SUO Challenge 95 is to use a flower or two or three!  I am definitely ready for flowers!

23 comments:

LeAnne said...

Oh my gosh....what an awesome card (what kind of cord are you using here?), but seeing that picture of Emma and company was the icing on the CAKE!!!! CUUUUTE!

Dawn Tidd said...

Simply gorgeous! Love the strategic placement of the candy dot! Emma & friend are precious...all ready for Project Life. :)

Diane - oliver.mdiane@comcast.net said...

Love love love the card.....
I agree with the others.... that photo is ADORABLE! Love the reference.."riding shotgun" too!
Hugs

nancy keithley said...

Yes, as LeAnne said - what kind of cord is that?

Linda Callahan said...

It is Karen Foster Scrappers Floss....I ordered it from scrapbook.com.

Julie Gearinger said...

Love the flower image along with all of your other details! Thanks for playing along with us at SUO Challenges :-)

Patti said...

I love your card!! and your sweet post/picture make me giggle! : )

Patti

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Cheryl said...

Love the Watercolor DSP! I like this particular paper, it gives you freedom to use any other color! Gray goes with everything! Thank you for sharing!

Jen said...

LOL! Emma looks like someone just cut her off in heavy traffic!

I really, really "need" some of that scrappers floss! And I should probably mention that I LOVE this color combo!!

Amy O said...

Love this! I pulled out that dahlia stamp for this sketch too, but I couldn't make it work. You sure did though! Love the picture of Emma and the dog.

Karren said...

Beautiful colors and beautiful card, Linda. Lovin' the scrappers floss! And your description of Miss Emma's photo just made me laugh. Adorable!

Kelly S. said...

Oh wow! So gorgeous, every detail spot on! Love the grey with the punches of yellow. The twisted thread looks amazing with this sketch!

Cindy Hall said...

Gorgeous, Linda! I love the smoky slate with the splash of crushed curry! And I'm seeing the twine used like this a lot lately (you're always on the cutting edge) and I love the wispy look!

Cindy Lovell said...

Amazing!! One of my favorite color combos!!! I LOVE the floss!! Beautiful job!!

Joanne Wragg said...

Fabulous card Linda, very modern

Jen Brum said...

What a beautiful card Linda! I love the crushed curry with the smoky slate! That flower stands out so nicely! Love the twine! Super fun!

Narelle Farrugia said...

What a beautiful colour combo this is Linda! This card makes me happy and I love your use of the floss - it's a lovely touch!

Catherine L said...

what a beautiful card - love how the yellow flower pops against the grey palette

Joanne said...

I just love this card Linda! The colours and layout are just perfect, as is the floss and the clip - I'm always wondering where to put these clips - yours looks perfect on this card!

Kim S said...

Just beautiful! I love your use of the sketch - that twine swirl is a lovely touch. Your colors are wonderful - I love the simple little curry dot!

Rita Wright said...

Gorgeous, Linda. I absolutely LOVE this card. One of my favorites EVER in fact. And the picture of Emma is priceless!

Cindy Brumbaugh said...

Love how the dahlia just pops out. The gray supports the curry so beautifully, Linda. Beautiful card:)

Mary Brown said...

Oh this is just AMAZING!!! LOVE it! Thanks for joining the SUO challenge!