March 26, 2013

CCC #37



It's Tuesday and time for this week's CASology Cue Card to be revealed!
This week's Cue Word is:




I used one of my most favourite sentiments for an encouragement card.  It is from Melissa Bickford's Flower Fusion series and just the perfect sentiment.




Head on over to CASology today to learn what the 'cue card' means to you, how you can play along and see the all the cards created by the Design Team to inspire you.


Tracey McNeely (that's me)

Guest Designer:  No Guest Designer This Week



I can't wait to see what HOPE means to you!




All supplies are from Papertrey Ink unless otherwise noted.

Cardstock:  White
Stamps: Beautiful Buterflies, Flower Fusion #12
Ink: Winter Wisteria, Hawaiian Shores, Summer Sunrise, True Black
other: teal twine (The Twinery), foam tape

29 comments :

Kristie Goulet said...

So beautiful Tracey! LOVE the sentiment!

Ardyth Percy-Robb said...

Fantastic colours and a wonderful reminder in that sentiment!

Annette said...

gorgeous card..love those butterflies..

Alanna said...

Such a pretty card and you're right, that sentiment is fabulous.

Happy Dance said...

What a gentle card. That's the word that came to mind when I saw this. Hopeful, not subtle colors, not bright colors, perfectly hopeful! Awesome sentiment too. Bev

Janet Zeppa said...

What a wonderful sentiment and a beautiful card!

Tenia Nelson said...

Gorgeous!!

Joyce said...

Such a beautiful card. I love the combo of colors and images you chose. There is something about butterflies and hope, don't you think?

Lisa said...

Love the sentiment Tracey and your pretty little butterflies!

Barb Ghig said...

I love your choice of butterflies (my fave) and how you placed them on this card! Beautiful color palette and perfect sentiment...Love this card!

Meghan said...

Love those butterflies. Now that spring is on its way, I am going to use them more for sure! Love the colours you used on your card too!

carol (krillsister) said...

Very pretty. Love the different butterfly colors.

wandaguess said...

This is so sweet and fresh for Spring! I absolutely love it. CAS and just right. :-)

Rosemary said...

beautiful card, tracey... love that sentiment! (great minds think alike, maybe?? lol!)

Renee said...

Simply perfect...
I love it! :)
But that sentiment...
well I think you said it all! ;)

Judy1223 said...

Tracey, what a beautiful card! (It kind of matches your blog header...such lovely springy colors!) Butterflies bring to mind hope, and the PTI sentiment is perfect! I have a feeling we'll be seeing quite a bit of that sentiment this week!

Brandi said...

That color combination is fabulous! I have to put my thinking cap on for "Hope"!

Jill Norwood said...

That sentiment is a favorite of mine and meant so much to Stuart and I when he was fighting brain cancer. Hope is such a powerful word! Love your card Tracey - and this wonderful HOPE challenge!
Hugs,
Jill

Michelle said...

Wow! Tracey, this is such an inspirational card! Love the butterflies paired up with that sentiment...perfect together!

Marybeth said...

Wow, this is one beautiful card! I love the sentiment on this one ..I will have to look for that set. The butterflies go perfectly with it.

Leigh said...

Oh, this is so lovely, Tracey!

Jen said...

Beautiful Tracey! The butterflies seem to be truly flying across your card. And I adore the sentiment!

Darnell J Knauss said...

So pure and so precious, Tracey. A beautiful card of hope for CASEing!!

laughadaisy said...

Beautifully done, Tracey. ;-) Love the colors and the butterflies, and that wrap of twine is perfect. Love it. ;-)

Susan said...

I love the color combo you chose...and those butterflies are beautifully shaped. The quote is awesome!!

Kara said...

beautiful...love this sentiment!

Kim Heggins said...

Tracey, wow! This card is amazing and that sentiment goes so well with those adorable butterflies. Simply beautiful.

Jean said...

The butterflies go perfectly with this sentiment ~ love the colors you chose for the butterflies!

mypapercraftworld said...

A beautiful sentiment, Tracey, perfectly complemented by these delicate butterflies! Anita :)