Sunday, July 20, 2014

Happy Sunday


Happy Sunday my friends, popping in with a quick card for this week's MUSE challenge.  Therese has a beautiful one layer card to inspire us.  My mum asked for some plain cards along with her a few thank you cards. I was so tempted to put a hello sentiment in the curve of this card, but refrained (even had the stamped inked up to do it!).

We are sitting here enjoying a very lazy Sunday morning watching the British Open and the Tour de France.  I've been out  for a walk and need to get moving for the day, but lazy mornings are some times the best mornings!  Hope you all are enjoying your Sunday.


24 comments:

Neets B said...

Oh Lynn, this is a beauty. That coral with the grey/green is stunning. Gorgeous! x

Ardyth Percy-Robb said...

Love the colours and the generational stamping - gorgeous take on this week's Muse, Lynn!

Deepti said...

Love this, the shadow stamping looks beautiful !

Barb said...

My Sunday's been lazy so far too - also watching the British Open. :)

Love that peach and gray combo - so pretty, Lynn!

Virginia Lu said...

BEAUTIFUL CAS!! Love the use of die and stamped images!Gorgeous colors, too! Happy Sunday!

Tracey McNeely said...

Beautiful card Lynn! I am so proud of you for resisting the 'inked hello'! Sometimes it is so hard to not do it! The results without are so pretty. Oh your morning sounds perfect for a Sunday. Mine was spent watching a Friends Marathon with Brooklyn. Have a wonderful day!

sandie said...

gorgeous stamping Lynn and I really like you kept it plain with a coloured base-needs no more..and sounds the perfect morning to me x

Jen W. said...

Gorgeous! Love the shadow stamping, the curve and that dark strip on the side! And yay for lazy Sunday mornings! :)

lostinpaper said...

You made me laugh when I read that you had already inked the sentiment and then decided not to stamp, I know your mum will appreciate it. But I'm with you, I really like adding a sentiment when I make a card it's when it feels 'finished' to me. BTW, your card is incredible, love the colours!

Marisa said...

Love coral and grey...happy sigh :) Greta shadow stamping too1 No lazy morning here...church and then to the hospital to visit mom (she fell earlier this week and has been in hospital since. Thankfully no broken bones as she has osteo but she can't sit up without excruciating pain - tore some muscles or something and her heart rate is high). Not fun being the sandwich generation...but God is faithful and that is what matters the most.

Happy Dance said...

Simply stunning, Lynn. Those coral and grays are just perfect together, aren't they?! Sweet flowers and leaves, all shadowy too. This is a winner in my book! LOVE this. Thinkin' I'd better pin this too. Bev

Vicki Dutcher said...

Awesome inspired card -- I adore the peach and gray together!

Diane Jaquay said...

I love the curved panel on your card, and the pretty peach flowers!

Gerrina said...

Love that colour and the design is great! Hugs, Gerrina

Leigh Penner said...

Gorgeous card! I love how you used the stitched curved die!

~amy~ said...

ooohhhh....Lynn! love it!

Jacquie Southas said...

Stunning color palette!

Lindsey said...

I love that you got to enjoy a lazy morning...I doubt that happens very often. :) I admire your self control on this fabulous card, too. I love that you even iced the sentiment up...too funny.

Barb Ghig said...

Beautiful take on Therese' Muse card, and I love your color combo! Stunning card, Lynn!

KayM said...

Soooooo pretty! I Love the way you double stamped everything! The curve is fabulous too!

Sue Lelli said...

LOVE your card! I would have been tempted to put a sentiment, too!!!

Maureen said...

oh, a stitched curved panel! LOVE it! Your mom is going to have quite the card stash! Yes, lazy mornings are the best and good for the soul!

Kara said...

so pretty!!

Joyce said...

This is just gorgeous--love the colors, the stamping, and the design. Great card to leave without a sentiment because it is so pretty, the sentiment is not missed. I'm sure your mom will love it.