Saturday, February 8, 2014


Hello friends.  I have made another card just because I wanted to enter a few challenges.  
I love the images from Mo Manning and this one is called Georgia.  I colored her with my Prismacolor pencils.  The challenge at City Crafter Challenge Blog was a photo inspiration.  The photo was black and white with a splash of red.  I thought I would give it a try.  My coloring could be better, its been so long since I've colored very much!
 I really loved the black and white with a splash of red in the inspiration photo so I stayed with that idea.  The flowers are all from Wild Orchid.  Joy was the word that I thought of for Mo's challenge and Georgia is very joyful to me!  She looks so happy!
 I added some paisley images and a fun sentiment to the inside.

I think you can see the embossing on the black background panels.  The left panel has a paisley pattern and the right panel has Swiss dots.  Here you can also see the black flowers.  They really blended in in the above picture.

I am entering my card in the following challenges:
Mo's Challenge Blog - J is for…
Papertake Weekly - Anything Goes

I think that's about it.  Thanks for taking a peek!

Blessings & Hugs,



  1. Absolutely stunning!! Thanks so much for playing along at CCCB!!

  2. Beautiful card and coloring!! Thanks so much for playing along at CCCB!!

  3. So sweet and lovely ... Thanks so much for playing along at CCCB!

  4. Wow, this looks really awesome! Your black & white + red are in perfect harmony and the image fits so well! I don't know what you don't like about your colouring - it's great!
    Thank you so much for joining us at Mo's Digital Pencil this week again!

    Hugs, Anja

  5. Hi Michelle!! How are you doing? It's been a while since I've stopped goodness you've been busy creating some gorgeous projects! I love this little Georgia project! What brilliant coloring!! I'm so delighted that you've joined us for this week's "J" Challenge at Mo's!! Sending hugs...Pat Frank

  6. I love the clouring
    the colour scheme is more monochromatic & beautiful

    I seriously need a crash course
    mine turn out nothing like this