Saturday, January 22, 2011

Fred, She Said Pansies

     This is a very simple card but I just thought the pansies needed to take center stage.  They are a digi stamp from Fred, She Said Designs called "Line of Pansies" and you can find it here in the Fred, She Said store.  Tracey just added some beautiful Valentine roses so take a look.
     I have colored the pansies with Copic markers.  The card itself is a recessed window card.  With the black borders you might not be able to tell that from the picture.
     Just a reminder, you have until 6:00 PM tomorrow to get your entries in for The Kraft Journal's "family" challenge.
     Have a great weekend!

Papers:  Recollections, Gina k Designs Pure Luxury
Stamp:  Fred, She Said "Line of Pansies", Papretrey Ink Mixed Messages
             Flowers Y21, Y35, V12, V15, V17
             Leaves G82, G85, BG96
Tools:  Nestabilities Classic Ovals Large (S4-110) and Classic Scalloped Ovals Large (S4-111)
Miscellaneous:  Recollection brads, Martha Stewart seam binding


Unknown said...

What a wonderful window you have made for those lovely pansies.. You colored them perfectly..

I just planted some pansies this morning..

Hope you are haveing a great weekend!

Hugs, Linda

Geri said...

Oh, this is so pretty! You can tell it is recessed--at first glance, I thought it was something you had framed. It certainly is pretty enough for that!!

Angi Barrs said...

Gorgeous color and design on this. Love it. :)

Kristina said...

It's just gorgeous Tracy. It looks like a framed print and should be hung on the wall!

Suzanne C said...

Beautiful pansies and lovely card!

Jerri Jimenez said...

This is absolutely stunning! So beautiful!

Unknown said...

Very elegant card this is Tracy and yes, it does show it's a recessed card! It's actually a small painting that you made here! Have a wonderful Sunday, Ira

Annika said...

Stylish and elegant - perfection!!

Nancy said...

Absolutely gorgeous! I just love pansies! :o)

Audrey Pettit said...

What a lovely card, Tracy! I really like the olive and black color palette mixed with those beautiful flowers. You did a fabulous job on the coloring, too.

Brook said...

Beautiful card. It actually looks like a picture you put in a picture frame. Love it!