Sunday, March 30, 2014

For Your Confirmation - Cardabilities reveal

Hello blogging friends. I think Spring has finally arrived! 50 degrees is expected today! I am keeping my fingers crossed that it will melt the rest of the snow here. Yes, there is still snow on the ground here :(

I have another card I made for Cardabilities Here is the fabulous sketch by Karan Gerber ...

This challenge is sponsered by Pickled Potpourri DesignsYou can find them here... Facebook or here... Pinterest. 
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Pam from Pickled Potpourri was sweet enough to send me some digital stamps to work with for the reveal. I chose to use the Cross. With Spring right around the corner I was thinking about the First Communions and Confirmations at our church. They always seem to coincide with Easter. My intent was to make a masculine Confirmation card as I have a nephew that will be getting confirmed. A masculine card with this sketch and the digital stamp just wasn't working for me though. Instead I came up with this...

Definitely a feminine card. I like the yellow with the peach color combo. To me it says SPRING! I am not huge on coloring either so left my cross plain. There is enough color on this card already, don't you think.
Be sure to check out the other designer takes. They always WOW me with their talent. If you would like to work with Karan's sketches, Cardabilities and Sketchabilities are having DT calls. 

Enjoy what's left of your weekend!


  1. Wonderful use of the sketch! I love that staged bunny too :)

  2. Very pretty card! I love the color combo and how you printed the digital image right onto your background paper.

  3. Hi!
    Beautiful card!
    Bee Happy Scrap

  4. What a pretty confirmation card

  5. Such a beautiful card! Love the pretty blossoms! Thanks for the inspiration!

  6. Marcia, I love your sweet and elegant card! It's very spring and beautiful! :)

  7. Marcia, very spring and beautiful card! Love it! :)

  8. This is beautiful! I'm always afraid to use digital stamps. I may have to give it a try.


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