Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Hi everyone! Hope everyone is surviving the heat!
It has been in the 90's here and there is no relief in sight.
Not complaining, for I am blessed in so many ways! 

There are several challenge cards that I have not shared on my blog! I think it is called procrastinating!

Our Daily Bread Design's "Sing to the Lord"

This was done for two challenges. Anne Ryan's QFTD19 and Stef's Inspiration Challenge!

Rubbernecker's "From the Heart" Long Stemmed Rose!
This was for the Featured Stamper Challenge!

Rubbernecker's "Gully and Goldie"
This was for the CAS Challenge!

Thanks for stopping by!

Hope to see you again real soon!


Pat (mspfd) said...

Wow! what an amazing collection of cards. Beautiful designs. Your Gully and Goldie card is the bomb -- is it so fun... I am still smiling.

maryr917 said...

thanks for sharing these 3 beauties fran-my fave is the cardinal card-really like the nesties shape you used to highlight it and the pretty sky bg you created- just noticed in your profile that you have 3 grandsons and a little princess-same here-my little princess is making her appearance in december-I am so excited

Joanne Travis said...

Awesome cards, Fran!! That cardinal is really stunning!! Love the clouds.

Bonnie McLain said...

Fran these are all wonderful... I love the flowers and the greens coming up from behind the cardinal panel... great idea... and the rose is colored to perfection... love it... and that cure little bird... love all three... great cards... really nice ones!!!! STAND UP AND TAKE A BOW...

Edna Morrisedie said...

Don't they look fab!

Especially liking the big BG of clouds in the first with the floating birdie and the fun flowers, that's a fresh look, well done!

Lorelie Kim said...

FABULOUS cards, each and every one! Love the different techniques and join the club of Procrastinators...I'm the club president! LOL!

Peggy said...

Lovely cards! I especially like the yellow rose one with the border punch! I too have lots of cards I have made that are either not posted on my blog yet or in my SCS gallery. Maybe I will get caught up here by end of summer!