Friday, April 3, 2009

Is It Today Or Tomorrow?






Ok being in Arizona we do not change our clocks forward or back so things can get confusing...lol. Especially this time of year when the East Coast is three hours ahead of us. Anywho this is my card for Friday's 365 Cards challenge. The challenge involved using an oval shape on your card and/or make an Easter card.

I decided to try a new technique called faux quilting I saw this in a tutorial on Dawn's blog HERE so drop by Dawn's blog she has so many wonderful tutorials for all different techniques. I didn't use but one oval because I think I got a little side tracked with this card. Oh well I am happy with the result because I tried a new technique and I think that is always a good thing.

Hopefully I will be back here tomorrow (or for some of you today...he he) with another card from 365 Cards challenge blog. I may even stop by there now to see if Saturday's challenge is posted. I guess that is the up side to being behind in time. See ya later.

Peace Out
Debbie

10 comments:

Audrey said...

Luv that quilting design. Gorgeous card!

Nancy Sanders said...

I LOVE your card, so colorful and detailed. I really admire the stitching on your card. I have tried stitching a few times but can't seem to get the tension rightm

Nancy Sanders said...

Well I should have read before I commented on your sewing. I went to see Dawn's video, very informative. Thanks

Jana said...

This is such a pretty design. I am going to check out the video's at Dawn's now.

AUsome mom said...

WOW! Love the colors, the quilted look, the stiching, the sentiment....ALL OF IT!! Beautiful job!

~amy~ said...

LOVE this...gorgeous!!

Joann said...

Lovely card. Fun bright colors
We don't change our clocks either so I know exactly what you mean (I'm in Saskatchewan, Canada).

my5bratz said...

what a FAB card :0)

kristie sessions said...

oh debbie, This totally rocks!!! I LOVE the colors you chose, and the stitching is fabulous and I love the sentiment ( i am thinking its PTI... i love all their stuff) just a great "knock your socks off" kind of a card. Great job!

fabricbutterfly said...

I hadn't checked out your card until now, I love it and the stitching is grand