Monday, May 17, 2010

Thank you so very much

I'm very much into orange these days.  You would  think I would have my fill of orange considering I live in the heart of University of TN football country and most people around here like to display their love of UT football with lots of orange T's.  My older brother even got an orange T tattooed on his arm.  We love us some football around here.

Here's my card for the current Papertrey Chicks challenge which is to heat emboss


Dont' faint or anything, but I actually decorated the inside of my card.



I used some white tinsel glittery embossing powder and just ate a cookie with some on it...That won't kill me or anything will it? I didn't notice until the last bite and yeah, I went ahead and finished it.

Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies:  Papertrey Ink--orange zest cardstock, dotty biscotti pattern paper, Delightful Dahlia stamp set and dies, Orange zest copic trio, orange zest button. 

Memento tuxedo black ink, tinsel embossing powder, maya road fibers (thanks Harriet!), white cardstock by Mohawk.

20 comments:

  1. What a fun card.
    I live in Cosby, TN....not far from the area you are describing. They do love their football here!

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  2. Gorgeous!! love the colors wow!!

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  3. Lovin' the orange (Psst it goes really well with the PTI aqua family)!
    So what was the PTI damage over the weekend :>)

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  4. Blood does run orange here....But you are is gorgeous.... I love how you embossed and colored the flower and the inside is beautiful....

    Harriet

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  5. LOL! I would have finished the cookie too :) This is GORGEOUS!!! I love the embossing, and I love the orange! Definitely one of my fave colors too!

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  6. Just beautiful, Leigh Ann! Love the white embossing--it shows up so well and I love all the orange!!

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  7. Very pretty colors! So rich and vibrant!! Great job on the challenge, your card is beautiful!

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  8. This is beautiful Leigh Ann! I just love the colors and the embossing and the twine... WOW!!!

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  9. What a gorgeous card!!

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  10. I love this card! colors are awesome and I had to smile - the powder wont kill ya LOL - when I think of how my hands have looked sometimes (copic, glue, glitter) and I still eat the sandwich with them...just grossed my own self out ROFLOL!!!!
    and I loved those fibers!!!

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  11. Love it!!! I'm so impressed that you decorated the inside too!! Absolutely beautiful orange card!

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  12. Oh yeah, can you take some pics and post how you do the bow behind the button? I am perplexed...but that's not sayin' much! lol

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  13. GASP!!! this is gorgeous!!. i LOVE orange. actually i am getting ready to paint my walls orange.well, a burnt orange. like a brownish orange. i can hardly wait! excellent card!

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  14. I love the color Orange. Your card is so beautiful. Love all the texture. Great work coloring. Well done.

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  15. Fab card Annie...great colors, layout, everything. Orange you glad you love that color!! Hugs, Peggy

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  16. I've been missing football for a few months now. But our blood bleeds blue, not orange! LOL! I love the popped up flower, and then the white embossed image of it behind. That is awesome. So very pretty.

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  17. This card is absolutely STUNNING! I love the embellishment and accents!

    GREAT color... by the way!

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  18. So beautiful Annie! I have tons of fibers left from when that was "in" and I love how you used it to tie around your card. I have piles of it to use and this is perfect!

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  19. This is beautiful! What a great job!! I rarely take the time to decorate the insides of my cards too but I LOVE it when I see other people do it. Gorgeous take on the challenge...love those colors!!!

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  20. Such a stunning card!! Great color! Love the embossing on that paper. Another terrific coloring job!! I love that you did the inside of your card as well.

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