Tuesday, March 9, 2010

WILD CARD WITH LISA/DOILY

Hello to all!

As some of you know, I love gardening. I like to play with the dirt and 
start my flowers/vegetables from seeds. 
I am no pro and I do not have a beautiful garden. I just like to garden.
This is my time to start seeding and that is 
what I was doing yesterday. Then, I had some volunteering job to do.
I also had my electrician at home because we had the 
main circuit box changed and needed 
to call the inspector and make an appointment. 
Also, my door bell was not working. 
The problem was the switch needed to be reset, ooops... lol.
Anyhow, you know what he told me? The hole in the ceiling??? 
 I almost cried when he said he would've done it for $50 :( 
From now on I will call him first.
Anyway, I apologize I got distracted here from the main object of this post, which is the 

WILD CARD WITH LISA

On this Thursday, March 9, and a beautiful day. 
(I believe the temp is supposed to be nearly 50 degrees, 
YAY! It is like recharging my battery with the 
awesome sunshine after a long winter).
I am presenting the Doily Card
# 21 in our series and from page 52 of the handbook.

My Doily Card
5 inches





Lisa's Doily card
 For more info on Lisa's card, please go to
Lisa's BLOG
Also, please notice her posts about getting 
almost every blog candy there is. LOL
The girl is really lucky, I need to rub on some of that on me. LOL
I am happy for you Lisa,
Enjoy your goodies!

9 comments:

  1. Both cards are pretty...I like the inking you did..very pretty card :)

    Sheena :)

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  2. I love this one...especially the raised circle along the edges!! It really sets it off!

    Hugs!
    ~Molly

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  3. Stunning card! LOVE the bright colors and dimension. You did a fabulous job on the roses too. Love how you challenge each other and explore the cart. xxD

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  4. Both of those cards are so pretty! I'm looking forward to spring too and hoping the season's don't jump too abruptly so I have time to prep the soil before it's 80 degrees. Sometimes it's winter, then it's summer temp wise.

    Enquiring minds want to know how to make those lovely yellow roses!

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  6. love your color scheme, the inking...
    beautiful job

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  7. Wow, two beautiful cards!!! I love them, love the colors!!! I'm just loving your and Lisa's cardmaking!

    Sounds like you had quite a day yesterday! LOL!

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  8. oh I just love this card. Its so cheery. :)

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Have a fun day!!!