1/26/2016

cQc #326 ~ Birthday Wishes!

Hiya bloggy friends! Ready for a new palette at ColourQ? I hope my card today inspires you to play along with us this week. This one went together lickety-split!



I stamped the two large fern images from PTI's Meadow Greens onto a white panel. Next came the sentiment from the same set and a tiny fern from PTI's Tuning a New Leaf. I added a wee bit of Wisteria Wonder using a Stamps by Judith stick stamp. Just a few of those little lavender-like dots keeps this card gender neutral! My trusty Mama Elephant frames came into play once again...have you missed them? The scallop panel was cut from shimmery brown paper.


There you go, hope I inspired you just a little today. The DT always enjoys seeing all of the amazing cards in the CQC gallery. Don't forget to visit my teammates for more inspiration! Have a great day ~Lisa

27 comments:

Vicki Dutcher said...

Love your color and image use!

Karen B. said...

Such a grand card. The scallops were a great choice!

Mona Pendleton said...

Beautiful Birthday card Lisa! Love the pretty foliage! Thanks for the inspiration!

LauraJane:) said...

This is a splendidly simple, yet lovely card..Will be needing to CASE it myself:) Thanks for stopping by my blog Lisa, My dear Grandmother passed away suddenly last week and I'm behind on my bloggy reading. Being randomly chosen to receive your SWEET PEA stamp set is truly a blessing!

Clare said...

What a great card! And really perfect for either gender! Love those ink splatters. ;)

Lin said...

There's something so pleasing about ferns.....and I love them in all these colors! Wonderful design, Lisa!

Joyce said...

Such a beautiful card. Love all the leaves and how you arranged them.

Tracey McNeely said...

Oh I love that set as you know and your card is gorgeous Lisa! Lovely birthday card and design!

Annette Allen said...

so pretty.. i love your layered stamping..

Rosemary said...

a serene and beautiful card, lisa... always love seeing how you use the ColourQ palette each week!

Anita in France said...

Fabulous collage stamping, Lisa ... those delicate ferns are gorgeous with that bold scalloped frame ... lovely! Hugs, Anita :)

Leigh Penner said...

Oh, this is so pretty!

I Card Everyone said...

Oh how wonderful ... ferns, yes, please! and those tiny, itty bitty wisteria dots - perfection, Lisa! LOve this color palette!
=]

Darnell J Knauss said...

Scallops, and stitching, and ferns, oh, my! This is a serene and lovely number, Lisa!! Hugs, Darnell

LeAnne said...

Just lovely...a perfect interpretation of Arielle's pretty inspiration piece!

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

Lisa--- you always (ALWAYS) blow me away with your creations! I love the way you've used these floral images with these colors! And I love that you found inspiration in the bracelet as well (clever!!)! BEAUTIFULLY done! Fab all around:)


ps... thanks for your sweet comment on my blog <3 You made my day!

Yuki said...

Beautiful card and perfect execution! The ME frames are also a favorite of mine!

Celeste Goff said...

Oh Lisa, this is just gorgeous!

Greta said...

Fabulous stamping, Lisa! I need to use my Meadow Greens--you've inspired me!

Michele Henderson said...

LOVE this gorgeous card, Lisa! That's a perfect blend of colors and design! Perfect for the challenge too!
Take Care!
Michele

Marybeth said...

Gorgeous way to use the new colors, Lisa! Love the way you added bit of brown fern!

Jen Mitchell said...

Lickety-split are the best kinds of cards! I love these leafy images and they layer together so well.

Claire said...

Difficult colours I think this week Lisa - but you've pulled them together perfectly as always! Love your layered stamping...so pretty!

Kay Miller said...

This is absolutely gorgeous Lisa!! I love the colors and way you have stamped all of the greenery! Just beautiful!

Kim S said...

LOVE your use of these colors! The ferns are lovely and the wind of Wisteria Wonder makes it a beautifully soft scene.

Charlene said...

Gorgeous birthday card Lisa!!

Katie Ann Brooks said...

so elegant and pretty! Great job with the colors and the inspiration photo!