"I long to accomplish a great and noble task,
but it is my chief duty to accomplish small
tasks as if they were great and noble."
Helen Keller

Sunday, May 14, 2017

May Duel



I am so glad the sun is back and the grass is getting greener!

Judy and I were the hostesses for the May Duel.  And, of course, with anticipation of summer, our theme was May Flowers.

The Dazzler's kit contained...
Images & sentiments: Stampin’ Up! Bloomin’ Beautiful
DP: My Mind’s Eye-Kate & Co."Cambridge Court” Mini Flowers & Bouquet Paper 
Ribbon: Stampin’ Up! Rose Red Grosgrain & Coastal Cabana Stretch Ruffle Trim
Rhinestones & Pearls: Stampin’ Up!
Vintage Flowers adornments: Stampin’ Up!
Blue adhesive gems: Colorbok
Large Pearls: Michaels or Joann Fabrics
Here is my card:

I added Rose Red paper from Stampin' Up!  And used a technique I had not used in years, the "spotlight technique".

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Stop and smell the flowers!


Jeanette (Forest Ranger) said...

Deb... did you hear that thud? It was my jaw hitting the floor when I first caught a glimpse of this amazing card! Sooooo creative! The spotlight technique. The multi-layers of DP. The pearls and rhinestones. WOW! Thank you so much for hosting us this month. Your kit was fun!!!

Tracie said...

Debbie - I loved what you did with the designer paper and what a great idea on the flower. Such amazing talent. Great job.

Barb said...

I love spotlighting with flowers and your card rocked the challenge. Great colors!

MiamiKel said...

Deb! This is so pretty! I love the mixture of papers and the bright bold colors. Great card design!

Love the inside, too!


Carol W said...

Deb, this card is amazing. I love the spotlight technique you used on it and the layout is perfect. Wonderful job !!!

Shelly Schmidt said...

How beautiful! I love your spotlight technique and your layout. Your Dp is fab and your embellishments are so pretty too. Thanks for a beautiful kit- I had to make 2 cards- could not stop!

:: BlueInks :: said...

I like how you used the black white and color effect. The display of the DP's looks great. Great card!