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Tuesday, February 14, 2012

TUESDAY THROWDOWN CHALLENGE

Happy Valentines Day to you all!
Our sponsor for this week is Fred She Said. They have a great selections of colored and uncolored images you will want to check out. The challenge here at
Tuesday Throwdown is Use Twine. I used the lovely peony image for
my card today. I Love Peonies but unfortunately they do not grow here
in the desert so I have to admire them from afar. After water coloring my
image I cut it out with the Spellbinder Scalloped Oval. Using the left over
paper I made the stripes to go with the bottom section. The pretty
border is a Papertrey Ink double punched and wrapped in some twine
I striped with a pink marker. A little

button tied twine bow attaches the image. A small peony cut
out for the corner of the sentiment and Viola done. Now its your
turn to show us what you can do with twine ;)



Entering Challenges:
Cupcake Craft: Entwined
Bunny Zoe's Crafts: Celebrations
Karen's Doodles: Celebrate

19 comments:

  1. Gorgeous, Davi! What incredible paper choices! Fabulous coloring, but then isn't it always? :-D Love the twine bow.

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  2. This is pink and pretty and just perfect. I love it. xxx

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  3. Oh this is GORGEOUS Davi! I love that image your coloring is beautiful!! Your border is awesome!!! Hugs, Tammy

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  4. beautiful card and coloring! love how you used the twine

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  5. Beautiful! Love this image and your entire card! The twine is wonderful on here too....I'll see if I can't get a card together to enter in the challenge!
    Lynn

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  6. Your peonies are looking gorgeous. What I love about this card is the focal point of the peonies and the subtle almost "fragile" border as a background. It is giving this card an elegant touch; it looks like lace. Love your use of twine too.
    Hugs! Is your mother on the mend? A little step each day? Take care!
    XX

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  7. Wow Miss Davi! This sure is Gorgeous! Love the way you incorporated the twine into your Beautiful Border! And I Love your Wonderful Watercoloring and the Lovely dp's you chose too! Just Gorgeous my friend! 8-)

    Hugs
    Shannon

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  8. This is beautiful Davi that flower is awesome, I really love Peony's my mum used to have loads of them in the garden when I was little, big red ones, I adore those papers and design, super card.
    hugs
    Lorraine x

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  9. So pretty Davi! You did a great job coloring that pretty bouquet of flowers! Love the fancy trim! Happy Valentine's Day!

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  10. Such a pretty image and love love the soft pinks you've used! Thanks for joining us at Karen's Doodles

    Shelby

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  12. Oops........

    I love peonies, too. Just wish they bloomed all summer. That is a beautiful punched border...one I haven't seen. Gorgeous card, Davi

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  13. I just love this. Your flower is gorgeous. And the design of this card is perfect my friend..

    Hugs, Linda

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  14. Oh sos beautiful Davi!! I love the use of your twine and your flower!! HUGS

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  15. Super card, great border and I love the twine you've added! Thanks for joining us at Cupcake, Shelly x

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  16. Gorgeous card and lovely design,thank you for joining us at Cupcake craft this week and good luck.
    Louise xx

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  17. What a lovely and adorable card! Love all the pink! Thanks for joining us at The Cupcake Craft Challenge this week! Good Luck! Hugs anad sunshine!/Sari

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  18. Beautiful, love that punch.

    Thanks for joining us at BunnyZoe. I also have Candy on my blog if you want to hop over HERE.

    Hugs Tracy x


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  19. How pretty Davi! I'm so glad you could join us at Bunny Zoe's this month!
    ps) If you haven't already joined in, I have a sentiment stamp set I'm giving away on my blog, you can find it at the top of my sidebar.
    Have a great weekend!
    Hugs,
    Dorcas

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