Monday, August 23, 2010

My August OCS Card

Happy Monday all! I just finished my OCS card for my partner Claudia and wanted to share it with you. If she reads my posts, she'll see it before she gets it, but that's ok! I'll post a picture of her card as soon as I receive it.

This month's challenge was to make an asian-themed card. Here's what I came up with ...



The sketch was adapted from an old Mojo Monday sketch. Close up of my coins and pearls ...


I think this may be only the second time I've decorated the inside of a card.


Well, that's it for today. I still need to work on my tags for Kyoko's tag swap, a M&T project for a get together this weekend, some RAKs and more challenge cards. I sure am glad that my mojo has finally returned! Thanks for stopping by and until next time, take care!

"Every time we encourage others, we give them a transfusion of courage." Chuck Swindoll

19 comments:

  1. Linda,
    I love the color and layout of your card. So cute.... all the little details are perfect for the asian them... I can't wait to see your tags..
    Talk to you soon sweetie.. Hugs

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  2. Lovely card Linda. Love the coins and pearls you added.

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  3. Morning Linda, wow fabulous card love the embellishments and your image is gorgeous. with love and hugs Shirleyxxx

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  4. Beautiful! I love the colors, and that is a cute image to use for Asian flair cards. I sent my partners card out w/o taking a pic first!
    Hugs,
    Denise

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  5. Adorable! Love the colors and the super cute image. TFS Big hugs :)

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  6. cute, cute, cute! love how you added on those coins! it was great to see you again!

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  7. Hi Linda,
    Love this card... how did you adhere the coins? They make a cute accent. Have fun this weekend!
    Jenny

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  8. Cute card Linda! The coins are the perfect touch to the card! :)

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  9. Love your card Linda!! Great colors! When exactly did you lose your mojo? I see it everywhere. :) Where eva it went, glad u got it back. Hugs!!

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  10. What a cute card Linda! I adore these dolls, love the antique coins you've added.

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  11. cute ASIAN card! I just finished mine and got it out today. domo arigato for making themes. it may be challenging but it helps me figure out what I need to do! have a good day!

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  12. Such a cute, cute card! Gorgeous color & the coins are the perfect touch for that Asian flair!
    Tammy

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  13. SKED of you Sista!!! Sooo cute ... I remember buying those coins ... years ago!! LOL! See you tomorrow.

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  14. You are on a roll Linda! Love seeing all of your posts and beautiful creations! It's my turn to be on a blink...I can't get my act together!

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  15. Gorgeous card Linda & I luv that color combo!

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  16. Adorable Asian card! ok, I better get a move on with the Asian theme... missed the memo! LOL!!
    Hugs
    Jodi =)

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  17. OMG!!!! I LOVE THIS CARD!!! Thank you sooo much for making such a adorable card. Now I can't wait to receive it. I am waiting anxiously for it's arrival!! Thank you again for making this card so special!

    xo--Claudia--xo

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  18. Oh my gosh, Linda! This is so adorable!

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