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Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Magnolia Down Under & Just Magnolia




Well, I know I've been AWOL for awhile.. but sometimes it's hard for me to find the time during the week to play...I did this card on Saturday which fits both Magnolia Challenges, but, I am just finding the chance to upload it now. Magnolia Down Under turns one this week so go check it out here
Here is a close up
The weather here was unbelievable, we had 75 mph winds which took down the scaffolding on my building, ripped fenching off the roof of the bulding across from me, We had a black out (glad I wasn't in the elevator or you would have heard me whatever state you were in) and the police had both buldings blocked off not allowing cars into the parking lot. trees down all over the place, flooding (well I'm on a peninsula so need I say more) wires are still down, so once I was in, I stayed in, I watched the waves re-claim the beach for as far as I could see from my terrace, the waves were under the boardwalk, and the rock jetty was almost completely submerged. After all that we have gorgeous weather today, in the 60's, wish I could play hookie and go see the parade down 5th Avenue. Happy St. Patricks Day everyone...

17 comments:

Cindy Haffner said...

Oh so so pretty.

Kellie Winnell said...

Gorgeous card LOVE the blues they look stunning, thanks so much for playing along and joining us at Magnolia Down Under Challenges for our 1st birthday bash. Hope to see you back again next challenge. xx

Hugs, Kel

Debbie said...

A gorgeous card Debbie, the Tilda image is adorable and I love the striking colour combo and the pretty flower details.
Debbie x

Debbie Pamment said...

Such a fabulous card! Love your colour combo - blue and brown can't help but look great together - and yours is perfection!
Thanx sooo much for joining us at MDUC this week for our special birthday bash.
xXx

Wendy said...

GORGEOUS!!!

Lynne in NI said...

WOW! What a stunner Debbie, such a beautiful colour scheme and I love all your embellies too
Glad to hear the weather has settled down, I'm sure that storm was really scary!
:o)

Tammi said...

One of my newest favorite color combos, beautiful Debbie! Your coloring is fabulous and pretty flowers too! So glad your weather is getting better! ~Hugs

Tracey Feeger said...

This is a gorgeous card. Love the colours you have used and the sentiment rocks. Thanks for joining us for our first birthday at MDUC.
mwah
Trace

Kris L said...

Debbie this is just beautiful. Such a "WOW" color combination with the easel card design. Hope there's not too much damage around. Hugs...Kris

Jane said...

Stunning card Debbie, love this Tilda so much and your colour scheme is so gorgeous! Thanks for joining us at MDUC!!

PS....You've won my Friday Flowers Prima giveaway!!!! congratulations and please contact me with your details! hugs, Jane xx

Pam S. said...

Love your Tilda Debbie! So fun to see this Printworks stamp too! I love Printworks and I use them all the time but I don't see that many others using them! cool! tfs!
Pam Going Postal

angel4031 said...

WOW I love this card!!!! Totally gorgeous xxx

Dena said...

What a striking card Debbie! The blues are gorgeous!!! I really like the font on that sentiment too. So pretty!
Hugs, Dena

cats whiskers said...

OMG Debbie what wonderful creations since I have been absent from blog hopping its lovely to be back.
Hugs jacqui x

Bev said...

Debbie this is such a fabulous card! Love the dramatic colours you have used - stunning! x

Jodie from Oz said...

Debbie, your Easel card is gorgeous, I love this sweet image and the colours are wonderful. Thanks for joining us at Magnolia Down Under and thanks for visiting my blog and leaving such sweet comments. I hope your weather improves and stay safe. Hugs Jodie from Oz

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

Beautiful. Fantastic coloring and colors together. I am catching up on blogs today can you tell. lol So crazy the weather you had and the damage the winds can cause. We get winds like that but not to often. Mostly shingles and fences blow down here. Well and trees, our big one did last year. Glad you had nice weather the next day.