Saturday, April 5, 2014

YKW afternoon

Just going to say that I really, really, really wanted to play along with Muse before the deadline passed. Love this card with all the little 'twizzles' (thanks for the descriptive word, Darnell). After this, I'm taking big drugs and try to lose the migraine. Don't worry, I'll live...




Loved Jacquie's card. Such fun colors and textures. I saw die cuts, stars, and that amazing color combination for mine.




Neenah white base, all papers including the triangle of vellum are scraps, SSS stamp with PTI ink, MME enamel dots, and a PTI birthday die. Cut the stars and 'ribbons' with my Cameo. Going to go now. Happy dances everyone.

21 comments:

Craftychris said...

Really cool card! I love the colours - stars are so useful for any age or recipient! Fab! I hope your migraine is better xx

Lynn said...

Feel better soon Bev. I don't think the dramatic weather changes are helping either! I love your card. Great take on the inspiration.

Tracey McNeely said...

Oh Bev, Ii am so sorry that you have a migraine. I had one this past week too--we are a pair. Fabulous card!

Karen M said...

Love your gorgeous card - those stars look fab! xx

Geri said...

Nice to hear that the YKW didn't get to you before you finished this seriously cool card! I love how your angled panel mimics the angles on the banner. Fabulous colors, awesome stars and pretty bow hangers. Another AMAZING design! A very versatile card - change up the colors a bit to tailor it to a guy or girl, young or old!

BTW, I'm calling shout-out on this submission!

Geri said...

Ooops...forgot to say that I hope you kicked that YKW to the curb!

Neets B said...

I love how you've drawn on lots of the elements and used them to create something completely different. Great card x

Cornelia W said...

Hope you are over your migraine by now - lovely card - it does not shoe you were under stress!

Ardyth Percy-Robb said...

This is such a fun, graphic take on Jacquie's Muse card! So glad you joined us - I hope you're feeling better!

Susanne Vargas said...

Love your take on this week's MUSE card! Hope you do happy dances again soon!

Anita in France said...

I love these colours, Bev ... gorgeous, spring-like ... such positive stars!! Hope the meds worked a treat and you're free of those yucky YKWs! Anita :)

Jacquie Southas said...

I'm so glad you linked your card Bev - love the dangling stars and the color blocking on the "birthday"! I love the green centers! Hope you are feeling better today.

Sian Ridley said...

I love your take on the Muse inspiration - it's perfect!

I hope your migraine disappears, they can be so debilitating so I hope it clears for yo soon :)

Bobby said...

Sorry about the (ykw) and I hope it goes away soon. I'm just glad you got to enter your great card. Love the danglies - the reverse of twizzles.

Joyce said...

Fabulous tribute to Jacquie's beautiful MUSE card. Very fun how you filled in the spaces on your birthday die cut.

Darnell J Knauss said...

Great card, Bevie! The birthday celebrant will feel like a total star!! I'm so sorry you got a BYKW. I hope the meds and rest evicted the bugger and you bounce right back!! Hugs, Darnell

PiecesByEmily said...

Such festive birthday cards! I love the colors too. Hope your migraine is gone and stay gone!

cm said...

Hope the YKWs gone away, and stays away for a good long time! Your card is a fabulous take on the inspiration card - colours, images, bows - all add up to delightful and cheery! Hmmm...different colours and sentiment, and you've created an all-occasion layout! Love this! Hugs~c

Karin Åkesdotter said...

Awesome designs! LOVE your cards!

Kelly Griglione said...

Bev, this is so FUN! Love how the indention on your card matches the angles of the stars. And your green filled-in letters on the navy word are just so striking!!

Kim S said...

I love your take on this. I got hung up on the fabulous twizzles and couldn't get beyond that. But you have captured the fun of the card with your quirky little stars and colorful sentiment! I really like the triangle on the side - a simple touch but very effective!