Thursday, May 27, 2010

Sugar Creek Hollow Fabulous Friday

Greetings from AZ! Today is another Fabulous Friday over at Sugar Creek Hollow. Our challenge for today was to make a Recessed Window Card. This was a bit of a "challenge" since I had not made one before, but the help of Beate Johns over at SCS, I was able to get it done.

May GD is graduating next month so my decision was to us the Graduation digi  and make the card in her school colors.


The following products were used:

Base: SU's textured paper cut at 5 1/2 x 5 1/2
Patterned Paper: Crate Paper
Basic Black card stock from Micheals
White Paper: GP
Sentiment by: Sugar Creek Hollow
Pearls: Reflections
Ribbon : Bobbin Ribbon by Morex
Punches: MS, SU ticket punch
Swirls and Scalloped Oval: Cricut cartridges -
Inside:  Sugar Creek Hollow, Long Note - Regina Easter


Make sure you stop by Sugar Creek Hollow today, check out each of the talented designers and pick up your FREE digi!

8 comments:

Stephanie said...

This turned out Fabulous.. The colors are great together!

Donna Moore said...

Oh wow Bernadette, this is a real treasure! Your GD is going to love it, thanks for sharing the inside of your creation, it wonderful! Great card, just gorgeous!!

HappyCrafter said...

Beautiful card! The embellishments are just right and the flourishes add so much!

Nancy said...

Bernadette, this is just an awesome card!! Your graduate is going to love it!

Primitive Paper said...

THis is so beautiful and I sure she is going to be stunned with such a lovely card. Thank you for joining us this month--it was our honor to have you design for us. Love, Tracy

Joseline said...

Great job on your first recessed window card!! You did an awesome job!!!

Linda Coughlin, the funkie junkie said...

What a lovely graduation card, Bernadette! It looks so pretty in the school colors - love the yellow flourishes. I'm sure your GD will treasure this beautiful keepsake card! It was so nice to have you as our guest designer this month!

Cassie said...

fabulous card! i love that you used her school colors!