The Dancing Nuns!

I made this card (Ode to Ouiser Boudreaux) last October for my mother to give to one of her friends for her birthday.  Well, my mother has a friend in Florida who has a birthday this coming week, and she asked me to make one more.   She’s quite sure that her friend will thoroughly enjoy it!

Quite frankly, this is one card that I myself enjoy making . . . it makes me want to put in “Steel Magnolias” and watch it once again!  Someday I will find the perfect images to work with all the one-liners in the movie .. . .  I’m working on it!


The nuns were colored with Copic Markers and then die cut/embossed with Spellbinders™ Circles.  Instead of using pearls on this card, I decided to keep it more simple and used White Opal Liquid Pearls.  I doubled one of the new Spellbinders™ Borders (Fair Isle) for my border at the bottom on the card.  The computer generated sentiment is tied to a vintage button from my stash.

Here’s the inside


I hope you are enjoying your weekend!  Remember  . . . life is short, enjoy the adventures of each day!

7 Responses to “Back By Popular Demand . . .”

  1. I love this card. How cute is that!!

  2. This is such a cool card. Love the nuns stamp and verses but the card is really pretty too!

  3. I love this card!!

  4. This image always reminds me of the film “Sister Act”.
    Full of nuns, fun and good humour.

  5. I just love it Sherry!!!!!

  6. This card is great! Love the image and the layout:)

  7. Sherry:
    LOVE the card…I am going to purchase digital image from Mo….do you have a tutorial for coloring the card? I am not very creative,,,,just starting to work with Copic Markers..Could you give any tips on marker color numbers, shading, etc? Help! ANy help would be appreciated. THanks….Denise Martin

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