Today’s Timeless Tuesday challenge hostess is Silke. She asks us to play Bingo! For my card I picked the center row (embossing, pearls and embossing).

I stamped an image from the Zinnia set in Tuxedo Black Memento Ink on Neenah Solar White cardstock and colored it with Copic Markers (Flowers: RV63, RV66, RV69   Stems and leaves: YG61, YG63, YG67   center: YR15, E37, E29   background: B0000, B000). The image was cut with the largest Lacey Oval Nestabilities die. The image was first sponged with Antique Linen, then with a bit of Vintage Photo Distress inks. The edge of the oval was paper pierced.

A strip of white paper was cut and embossed with an Eyelet Borderabilities die. It was adhered under a 2 1/4″ wide strip of MME Lost & Found paper which was in turn taped on a 5″ square from another Lost & Found Paper line. The layers were cut with the smallest of the Grand Circle Nestabilities die.

The circle was stitched to a bigger piece of white cardstock that was hand cut into a slightly bigger circle. White Silk Ribbon was tied around the horizontal strip and topped with a pink button. The image layer was adhered with dimensionals. Pink Flower Pins were stuck behind the ribbon and image.

A sentiment from the same set was stamped on a piece of white cardstock, cut and embossed with the smalest Petite Oval Nestabilities die and sponged like the main image.  Since I knew I would place the sentiment partially over the main image, I stamped the part that I would hide under the sentiment over the sentiment layer in second generation Vintage Photo ink.

The card base was cut and embossed with the second smallest Grand Scallop Oval Nestabilities die. The layers were adhered to the card base with dimensionals. Baby Bling white pearls finish off the card.

Please check out my fellow Timeless Tuesday Challenge Team members:
Betty Wright
Cindy Haffner
Heather Jensen
Makiko Jones
Silke Ledlow
Tammy Hershberger
Allison Cope – August Guest Designer

I hope you have time to participate in this challenge! Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day!
Hugs and smiles


Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

37 Responses to “Let’s play Bingo!”

  1. it’s a very beautiful card Beate.
    I love the coloring

  2. You always add just the right touches to your cards. Beautiful!!

  3. WOW Beate. I LOVE the shaped card and beautiful papers. You know I always love your coloring and attention to detail. Stunning as always girly. 🙂

  4. Oh Beate!! I love, Love your card, it’s so beautiful!! And your coloring is Sublime!! When I win the lotto, I’m traveling over, so you can teach me how to color with Copics!!! 🙂

  5. What a beauty! Thank you for the detailed description! I just found what Copics are “a must” on my future shopping list due to your card! Thank you for sharing!

  6. Oh Beate this is just amazing! Love your coloring, as always! The piercing, ribbon, trinket pins, and pearls are just wonderful additions to this creation…Thanks for more of your inspiration!!!

  7. Oh some absolutely gorgeous coloring, Beate… so rich! Beautiful card, too.

  8. Absolutely beautiful, Beate! Such a fabulous layout, stamping and colouring! x

  9. Simply stunning, I love all of your cards and great ideas!!!!

  10. Beautiful card!!! I love how you colored the zinnias!!!

  11. Ohhhh1 Love the colors!

  12. What a gorgeous card thanks for sharing with us.

  13. Beautiful, love the oval die inside the circle die, I wouldn’t have thought of that, your flower pins goes great with your lovely coloring of the flowers!

  14. SO pretty! Beautiful coloring on the zinnias!

  15. I love the way you balanced the pearls with only a few on each layer. I’ve always loved the asymmetrical look, way more artistic but harder to pull off!

  16. Wow, I love all the shapes you have here. Beautiful card! 😉

  17. Beautiful, Beate! Your sponging really pops out those yummy zinnias. Love those sweet, pink stick pins.

  18. How AMAZING! STUNNING coloring my friend! MISS you!!

  19. What fantastic use of those shapes together, love the DP with the stripes and polka dots peeking out….coloring is fabulous….So delightful!!

  20. Beate, the colors are so rich and beautifully done1 Love the colors choices and and shape card design. The little touch of extra image stamping with the sentiment is fantastic detailing1 Lovely card!

  21. DROP DEAD GORGEOUS BEATE! The shape, the embossing and the colors are fabulous!
    Love it all 🙂 !!! Hugs ~S~

  22. simply gorgeous!

  23. Wowza! I just used that set today, but the way you coloured yours puts mine into shame! 🙂

  24. love love your coloring on this. gorgeous card, Beate! have a wonderful week! =)

  25. Very very pretty! I never thought about putting an oval in a circle. Looks wonderful together!

  26. As always, gorgeous card, Beate! You did yourself proud! 🙂

  27. I love the placement of your pearls, and your terrific coloring of the zinnias.

  28. Wowza!!! This is super gorgeous Beate! Your coloring is so beautiful and I love the mix of the circle & oval shapes.

  29. Love all the shapes. Beautiful colors!

  30. WOW!! This is stunning!!!

  31. so very gorgeous…love the layers and the dp

  32. Beate, this is simply gorgeous!! Everything about it is just amazing.

  33. this is so pretty. love the ovals, nice touch.

  34. WOW … so pretty!! Such deep, rich colors, lovely stamping and coloring and beautiful dies!

  35. Love this. You make it look so easy! TFS

  36. Stunning!!! I love your coloring, and until I read your post, I thought I was seeing part of the stamp through vellum. Very cool idea to stamp it in Vintage Photo. I’ll have to try that. Beautiful papers, gorgeous bow. You always create magnificent cards!!!

  37. Beautiful! I love shaped cards and your coloring is fabulous!

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