Monday, January 24, 2011


Time once again for the Elizabeth Fashion Show at NettieG's Challenge Blog.  We were only required to dress Elizabeth in one of three outfits fit for a lady of the 1910 era.  I liked all three outfits so I decided on a sister theme.  My sentiment says, "Sisters are different flowers from the same garden."  How true is that?  You can have 5 siblings from the same family and each one will be different.  That being said, I would like to introduce you to Elizabeth and her two sisters.

Card Recipe:

Card - 5X6.5"
Background paper - DCWV Lace and Linen Paper Stack
Lace, Pearls - Lace on left side is part of paper.  Doesn't it look real.
Image from NettieG's Challenge Blog.  Link above
Promarkers used to color image.

Sister in blue:
Skin - Ivory, satin, coral
Hair - Tan, cocoa
Dress - Cornflower, powder blue, denim blue

Sister in Pink:
Hair - Gold, yellow
Skin - Ivory, satin, blossom
Dress - Carnation pink, Fuschia, Blossom

Sister in Green:
Hair - Orange, Ginger
Skin - Satin, Coral
Dress/Hat - Emerald Green, Pine
Blouse/Umbrella - Maroon

I hope you have participated in the challenge and you have enjoyed it.  Be sure to check out NettieG's Blog to see what the next one will be.  Thanks for your visits and commments.


  1. Wow Peggy awesome card and fantastic coloring on those sisters. I have never heard of Netties blog but I will be sure and check it out.
    I don't think Michaels carries Flower Soft, maybe Joanns but I order it on line, I had a link on my post but several online retailers sell it. I need to get more colors

  2. This one is just beautiful. I have 4 sisters and yes we are all very different while also being very alike. Does that make sense? Anyway, your oloring is beautiful. You did a fantastic job.

  3. Beautiful card! Love the ladies-pretty coloring. Gorgeous paper--does look like real lace!

  4. Wonderful card! Love the dresses. Thank you for joining us at Stampin Sisters in Christ.

  5. Neat idea to dress them all differently. I have no sisters IRL but always enjoy spending time with my sisters in Christ, and I know I'll have lots in heaven! Thanks for joining the Stampin' Sisters in Christ challenge this week!

  6. Truly lovely! And you're right... I have four boys and they are all each their own person. We're so happy you joined us this week at Stampin' Sisters in Christ. God's blessings to you!



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