Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Two tulips again!

Hi! Thanks for visiting and thanks for all the visits and comments yesterday as we had our Magnolia-licious Blog Hop~
I said I could imagine the Two Tulips card that I did in turquoise last week in other colors. Well, here it is in peach!
I used Apricot Appeal card stock and ink for the card base. I colored the tulips in the same greens; G20, G40, G24 and the peaches are YR21, YR12 and YR15.
Here's the link to the other card if you want to read a few more details:
Next up Red? Yellow? who knows!
I'm off to have some fun with the girls today-shopping at Buffalo Stamps and Stuff! Yeah!
This card is to give Lisa-she had a birthday yesterday and turned a nice round number!
Have a great day! Cheryl


Lori said...

So gorgeous, and your colouring is just remarkable, lovely!!!!

Nancy Parker said...

Hi Cheryl, Very pretty. These would make a lovely gift-set done in different colours. Hope you have a great day with your friends/shopping. Nancy

CraftyC said...

Your card is beautiful Cheryl, love the colours and the printed paper!

Cassie_lu said...

beautiful card and the scallops are a perfect touch of vintage.

Riet said...

What a gorgeous card Cheryl.

Hugs Riet.xx

Tracy said...

Loooove the peach, Cheryl! So gorgeous with those scallops. It was great to see you today! Thanks for enabling me ;).

Lisa Kind said...

This is so much prettier in person, let me tell you girls! Such a beautiful card! Thanks so much for the card and gifts, Cheryl! I had a great time today with you and Tracy! See you May 1st!

"Kirby" (KrB) said...

They're both gorgeous, Cheryl, but I gotta say - I'm lovin' the peach. Such warm, yummy colors. Beautiful! Have fun on your outing.

Anonymous said...

Hi Cheryl, I was so excited to see your email that you had done the tulips in peach! As you can see this is why I had them in my wedding 20yrs ago. Absolutely, Beautiful!!! Thanks for doing it again in peach, what a treat. Blessings to you, Rea

marijke said...

wow this is such a beauty of a card


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