Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Sentiments at Catered Crop

     This past Sunday started a brand new challenge at the Catered Crop with the theme of "Sentiments".  I'm not really happy at all with this card.  I don't really have too many sentiment only images, but I did find this cute "Chalkboard Memories" set from There She Goes.  The card is super CAS, but I was honestly out of ideas for it so I just left it alone.  I'm sure you all can come up with something much better to join in the challenge with.
     Be back tomorrow with a fun card for the new Mo's Digital Pencil challenge.

Paper--Papermania "Happy Days", Recollections, Georgia Pacific, Copic XPress-it Blending card
Stamps--There She Goes Clear Stamps "Chalkboard Memories"
Ink-- Copics, Memento Tuxedo Black, Colorbox Jasmine
Miscellaneous--Recollections brads


Sue - bearhouse said...

Your card is gorgeous Tracy. I love the sentiment and great choice of papers.
hugs Sue xx

Ros Crawford said...

I absolutely love this!

heidy said...

Wow this is beautiful Tracy!!
XXX Heidy

Anonymous said...

I missed this one yesterday!!
That sentiment is sooooooo true!!! :)) :))
Love your beautiful card!
Great CAS design!!

Nancy said...

You tend to be your own worst critic, Tracy! lol Your card is wonderful! Great sentiment and design! :o)

Geri said...

Oh, CUTE!!! LOVE the simple design with your little 'chalkboard', and your papers/colors really make it POP!! Love it!!!

Jennifer Scull said...

Tracy, I think this is wonderful! you are far too hard on yourself. this is such a neat chalkboard image. perfectly perfect! :)

Mau xx said...

What a Superb Sentiment! and love the chalk board.
Hugs Mau xx

Linda R said...

This look great. Love the design.


Bonnie Irvine said...

It's very different from your usual style but I think it's so striking and gorgeous. The matting is very dramatic and emphasizes the clean lines. Love the idea of the chalkboard. It really showcases the wonderful sentiment beautifully. The piercing adds simple but effective detail.

Lisa M said...

The sentiment sells itself and I think it's perfect just like this. :)

Linda McClain said...

You're so funny. What!? You don't like it. I love it - but then I love everything you do. Love how you put a chalkboard sentiment - on a chalkboard!