Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Victorian Hat - Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge 114

I know Donna never thought she would see the day that I said "Too Much Pink".  But I think I overdid it in this one.  LOL.  I've used this Victorian Hat digistamp before but not the same way.

Card Recipe:
A2 Card Base
Paper - Printed from the Heirloom Imagine Cartridge
Background mats - printed and cut from the Damask Decor Cricut Cartridge.  I used the Imagine to flood fill the cuts with color, then print and cut them.
Digital Image - "priscillastyles" Victorian Hat.  
Promarkers used to color image:
Flower - Pale Pink, Baby Pink
Leaves - Leaf Green, Forest
Hat Band - Black
Hat - Tan, Caramel
Hat Stand - Almond, Putty

Click here to go to the MMSC 114.  The Design Team will give you lots of inspiration.  All the details of the challenge are on the blog.  These are the sketches for this week's challenge.

Challenges I will enter my card in:
The Crazy Challenge - Ribbons 
Creative Stamp Friends - Monochrome 
Make It Monday - Anything Goes
Simon Says Stamp and Show - Anything Goes
Stamps and Fun = Creativity - No Sentiment

Thanks for your visits and comments.  We hope to see you again tomorrow.  God Bless You!!!  Peggy


  1. I think this is beautiful, Peggy. Not too much pink for me, I love pink.

  2. I am not really devoted to pink, but it's not too much pink for me on your card! I like it! Thanks for sharing this with us at stamps&fun=CREATIVITY!

  3. oh no you can never have too much pink!!!~this is just so elegant!
    thanks for joining us on CREATIVE STAMP FRIENDS!!
    vanessa xx

  4. Is this ever pretty! I love the bow and the background die cut and paper. Really set off the whole card! Thanks for joining us at Crazy Challenge - good luck!

  5. I love the color that you used! Ribbon combines perfectly with the colors and style of the card. Bravo. Thank you for your participation this week's challenge is The Crazy Challenge.

  6. Very elegant, wonderful colour, and not over done.

    Thanks for sharing your creation with Make It Monday.
    Don't forget......... if you leave a comment on another entry, mention that you saw their card on "Make It Monday" for a chance at second prize. The more entries you comment on the more chance you have of winning second prize.

  7. Such a pretty card. Thanks for joining us at SFC.

    Hugs Nadell

  8. I love the pinks! Background paper is pretty! You know I like hats too--the image and coloring are lovely! Beautiful card!

  9. such a pretty card...,Just FABULOUS my friend!Thank-you for sharing your creativity with us all,I'm peeking in from the" Make It Monday"blog :-)
    Scrappingmamma ~

  10. It's beautiful not too much pink, I'd say. . . =)

    Thanks for joining us at The Crazy Challenge!

    Kath - GD
    "Let's Get Scrappy!"

  11. Peggi I LOVE this beautiful card !! The dp and the doily mat is so pretty with that awesome image!!

  12. Love your card..Such a pleasure to visit your blog. Great take on the sketch. Thank you so much for joining in the fun this week at the Midnight Madness sketch challenge and of course for using my image ;)
    MMSC Hostess

  13. Oh my gosh ... I just LOVE what you've done with this 'priscillastyles' vintage hat! The background paper and ribbon are just perfect! LOVE IT!!

    Thanks so much for joining in the MMSC this week. We sure hope to see you again next challenge with another inspirational piece!


  14. Elegant. Everything is so peacefully combinated. LindaS/MMSC GDT

  15. A gorgeous card! Love those colors you used. The paper is awesome!! And the image is so cute. …..
    So happy that you have joined us at SFC……

  16. This is lovely - I've been a in pink frame of mind lately myself so I definitely do NOT think it's too much pink. I really love the way you stamped the music bars in that X pattern - very clever! Awesome image too! So happy you shared it with us this week at Simon Says Stamp and Show!

  17. What a pretty and elegant card you have made!
    I love the lovely colors you have used.
    Hugs Guro


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Peggy T.