Sunday, April 19, 2009

Gothic Arch

It feels like it's been SO LONG since I participated in any challenges! I was away visiting family for several weeks, and now have my precious five year old grandson Avery visiting with us for a month. Needless to say, he keeps me occupied from morning till dusk, and I just love every minute of his company! I posted a pic at the bottom...he's such a wee gem!

So, today I made time for a challenge! This week's Gothic Arch theme is "Home is where the heart is..." what a PERFECT sentiment stamp I have from Quietfire Design for this one! ;) The oh-so-dainty flourish stamp is from Crafty Individuals. I used a Thomas Kinkaid image from a old calendar.

Thanks for stopping to visit. I love it when you do!


And here he is...heart of my heart...


12 comments:

Astrid Maclean said...

Gorgeous, love the font you used!! Very clever!

Buffy said...

Such a gorgeous arch! Love the gold. And your grandson is adorable! He looks like he keeps you going.

Femmy said...

fantastic arch!!!

Kris Dickinson said...

He's adorable and your arch is wonderful!

Aileen said...

Beautifully done arch, you really captured the feeling! Welcome back to participating *smile*

Happy Creating,

Aileen~
otm@outsidethemargins.com

vintage wil said...

beautiful arch!!!

Kelly said...

beautiful arch!

Suzanne C said...

Lovely arch! Beautiful! And that grandson is so handsome! Enjoy your time with him!

Yvonne said...

Love the card and your recycling too!
So Avery's been keeping you busy!

Louise (KardKrazy) said...

Deborah, your arch is stunning! Love using Kincaid images -- you certainly can't throw them out, they're all so gorgeous.
As is that little GS of yours, too!

Julie Mutch said...

Gorgeous card, Deborah! Love the lighthouse scene - lovely! :)

Avery looks like a sweetie! So glad you're having a great visit with him. Take care!

Hugs,
Julie

Anne said...

Hi, Deborah! I love the gold flourish dripping down into your beautiful gothic arch card! Gorgeous pic of your grandson, too! He's a sweetie! Hope you enjoy your visit! :-)