Friday, August 26, 2011

Rudbeckia - Artful Delight August Kit

In the world of gardening Rudbeckia is commonly known as Black Eyed Susans.  I planted one of these beautiful plants a few years ago.  They scattered like weeds and I now have 10 of them. 
The Authentique Blissful  and Glitz Designs Dance in Sunshine papers in Artful Delight's August kit were a perfect match for my picture!
I found this stamp I had ordered quite awhile back from Stampers Anonymous. I  love how it mimics the flower petals.
There are still a couple of August kits left from Artful Delight.  It's a gorgeous kit  packed with beautiful Authentique papers.  You can order the kit here.
Thanks for stopping by!
. . . Debbie

Supplies Used:  Authentique Blissful papers, Element Stickers and Petite Type Square Alphas;  Glitz Designs Dance In Sunshine paper; Kraft Outlet Vintage Dictionary Page; Jenni Bowlin Butterfly; EK Success Black Swirls Chipboard; Tim Holtz Idea-Ology Journaling Ticket; Reasonable Ribbon Yellow Seam Binding; Stampers Anonymous Stamp, Tsukineko Midnight Black Ink, SEI Bark Ink.


Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Just saw this over at Leeanne's!! Loveeeeeeeeeee it! LOVING that photo, the flower and the rolled paper! :):):):):):):):):):):)

yyam said...

Oh my! Another awesome masterpiece Debbie! Love your attention to details. That stamp does mimic those petals! :)

Lea said...

Oh this is beautiful! Great mix of patterns and embellies! Love the colors and I LOVE black eyed susans!!!

Anne P said...

Love the stamp. and thanks for you comments in the blog hop. I LOVE to scrap, but don't get to do it as often as I would like. :)

Angi Barrs said...

Super beautiful Debbie. I love all of the yellow. :)

Michelle said...

this is super pretty!!! Perfect papers for your photo!! I have some black eye suzies as well!! I just need to find the perfect paper to scrap my photo.

Audrey Frelx said...

Debbie, I agree with this being called a "masterpiece"!!! Beautiful, love the flowers, the paper -- everything!

li-bee-ti said...

Beautiful lo, Debbie! You're right, the dp are a perfect match for your photo.
Are you in the danger area of the hurricane? I was thinking about you when I read about it. Take care!