Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Summer Card Camp week 3 ~ Take Two

Or should this be take one... as this card uses the first panel of Poppies that I embossed.  I used a Stampendous Mushroom EP.  Once done, I didn't like it and put it to one side and worked on the other piece.  Late last night I went back to the first panel.  I had been trying to put it onto a standard card base.... but looking at it decided I need to go square... so here it is
Summer Stamp Camp ~ wk3 Take Two

I used all the colours as matting or the card base.  All the browns came from a pad of various brown card from Rosie's Studio.  In the end I'm really pleased how it turned out.  In fact I prefer it to my first one.

I've been working tonight on a card to say congratulations to our son ~ he has finished his apprenticeship and is now a fully qualified builder.  On Friday his boss is putting on a dinner for him... we are going, his workmates, some friends, his first boss... should be a fun night.  Tomorrow he is taking his Dad and I out to dinner as well to say thanks to us for supporting him... I am really proud of him.... At school he always struggled as he has Irlen Syndrome.  He is really doing well now.

Hope you all are having a great week... I am very busy at work and looking forward to a quiet weekend.




Sue said...

Looks great Dawn.

Barb said...

Hi Dawn! I love this one! So pretty! These colors have been difficult for me. Can't seem to put anything together that I like. . .but I'll keep trying! Congrats to your son! Hope you have a nice relaxing weekend! Hugs! :)

Vicky said...

Love the colours, they work so well together. Congrats to Kieran and hope you have a lovely tea tomorrow night and Friday night too. Enjoy your relaxing weekend, I think I may have one as well :) xxx

AnitaRex said...

What a lovely card Dawn! I so love your take on the colors! And BIG congrats to your son! :> You sound so happy and proud! :>

Lisa said...

Love the brown and red together, it's gorgeous! The pearls are just the right touch to finish it off :)

Suzanne C said...

Lovely use of the poppy stamps and the colors are rich.