Saturday, October 16, 2010

It's Saturday again, and we have a color challenge for you this week at Sugar Creek Hollow. The colors are: River Rock, Early Espresso, and Baja Breeze. A fun color combo that I haven't used myself before. I used this wonderful tag as my image, and I love the little scene that it depicts...reminds me of home in the winters. I hope you enjoy your weekend...it is finally Fall here in the Carolinas!

14 comments:

jonim52 said...

I just love the scene you created! I have to try that digi!

Joseline said...

I love this village scene and you did an amazing job!!

Renlymat's World of Family & Crafts said...

Very pretty! I like the faux stitching.

Primitive Paper said...

Just an amazing card this week Nancy. I always love the clean-ness and neatness of your cards.

Mary Duffek said...

Beautiful! I love your soft coloring the pearls and ribbon treatment!

Sharon Basel said...

Hi Nancy -
This is lovely! Perfect details that really make this card - like the faux stitching on the corners of the image panel and how you've done your ribbon. And the string of pearls tops it off. A real beauty!

Donna Moore said...

Nancy, your village is so warm and wintry! This card is a perfectly gorgeous Christmas card, wow how you have dressed it up and put that Nancy touch to it!! Love it girl!!
hugs
donna

Gunn (MsPlum) said...

This is gorgeous Nancy! Love the pearls and the bow!
Hugs
Gunn

stephanie said...

Great job on this scene - love it.

Cec said...

How pretty. I love the right-angled stitching and the border punches.
Hugs!
Cec

Heide said...

I love that you made this image so large! It looks wonderful that it is the main focal point. Great work.

Dawn Edwards said...

This card is Fabulous. The stitching and the edge punch and the pearls all fabulous accents. Your coloring is amazing. Thanks for the inspiration I will be taking this layout and using it in my future if you don't mind.

marsha said...

Nancy, just beautiful! I love this image and the pearls and faux stitching really highlight this! The clean lines on your card look marvelous too!
Hugs,
Marsha

Julie said...

This is just lovely Nancy!

Hugz,
Julie