Friday, March 7, 2014

Lady in Green Hat

Pretty in the Green Hat 2014
Friday sure came fast this week, as all way been busy but I want to tell you that I’m going back to Austin Texas to help my brother and my sister in law. If you are new stopping by. My sister in law had major surgery in Sept 2013 and had a large tumor removed from the top of her head and has had a hard time. She still needs a lot of help, she can talk, move her arms, fingers and neck. So I want to give my brother a little brake because she can not be left along. I will try an get all my cards done and share some things with everyone. Try and keep up with everything.
The Outlaws Twisted Thursday challenge for this week is anything goes as always but the twist is to make a card or project with your favorite color. I love different shades of green. 
Our Sponsors for the month of March are

http://nicecranedesigns.com/

and Paper Temptress


Nicecraine is the sponsor and the images are all colored and I have never used colored images before but that sure make doing a card really easy. This image is from Vintage woman with hat. I really love these woman. They are done so beautifully.

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The spellbinder is beaded oval. EK Success diamond flower edger punch.
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The flowers are from my stash and the greenery is a punch called rock fern. 

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The gold corners and the edges are from my stash, I have had these forever. My paper also is from my scrapes.

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Left the inside open for a stamped message or a place for a written message. Here is a close up of the image.

 

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Thanks so much for stopping by, have a wonderful week end.

AA PATRICIA ST MARTIN - SIGNATURE

9 comments:

Darcy Schroeder said...

Hi Pat!! What a beautiful card you have made!! I love that vintage look!! Sending hugs and prayers for your sister-in-law and all of the family!!
Hugs
Darcy

Darlene (SCS:akronstamperdpk) said...

Absolutely gorgeous creation with this beautiful image! LOVE how you finished the inside also! Just beautiful Pat!

Donna Hanley said...

You did such a wonderful job with the vintage look on this card. I love vintage, but I'm not good at it at all. I have found that the pre-colored images are great when you are in a real hurry. You are a wonderful person to travel so far to help your family out. My thoughts and prayers will travel with you.

Penny said...

Love the pretty image, Pat! She looks wonderful in that die cut! Love the pretty gold corners and flowers in your design, too! :^)
Hope your travel is smooth and easy. You are a real-life angel to help out like this! :^)
Big hugs, Penny

*Vicki* said...

Hello my friend!! I've missed seeing your creations! Love the green monochrome color scheme here and such a gorgeous Vintage lady too!! Hope all is well with you! HUGS :)

Marie-Louise said...

This is a great card Patricia. Love the image. Have a safe journey and I hope that your sister in law makes some progress. Take care.

Janet McLaughlin said...

So pretty, Pat! Such an elegant , vintage card!

Pia S said...

You know, green is THE most difficult color for me to work with, but you make it seem so easy! One of the things I find especially tricky is to mix different shades of green, so I'm really impressed by your card, and these women from a Nicecrane are gorgeous!
Hope you and your family are doing well in Texas.

Anneke said...

hello Patricia.
what a elegant design and beautiful image.
love the frame and the pretty colors.
hugs to you.
Ann