Thursday, July 14, 2011

May Flower Bouquet Clean and Simple



This image is another one of the new releases from Layers of Color.  Such a pretty image!  I wanted to keep this one clean and simple.  Bright blue is not a color I use a lot, but it was one of the recent Paper Craft calls, so I decided to give it a try.  What about you??  Do you use bright blue often??

Hope all is well in your neck of the woods!
Melisa

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Project Details
Markers : Copic B24, B29, E23, G61, G24, G82
Ribbon : The Paper Studio
Tools : Spellbinders Labels Fourteen Nestibilities and Grand Calibur
Cuttlebug Embossing Folder (Victoria)
Make card from cardstock, emboss, and create window with Spellbinders
 
Craft Your Passion - general sentiment card
The Shabby Tea Room - flower power
Flourishes - embossing
Pixie Cottage - wrap it in ribbon



die. Stamp floral bouquet, color with markers, trim, and adhere to card
front with pop dot. Trace inside window with pencil to use as
guideline for stamping sentiment. Stamp sentiment inside card.
Tie ribbon / bow.

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Challenges

6 comments:

Patti J said...

Funny about blue...I love the color very much, but now that you question us, I realized that I rarely ever use any shade of blue unless making a baby boy card! Hmmmm.....must change that! Your card is gorgeous, and I can't believe PC didn't want it! Thanks so much for sharing...Hugs, dear friend!

Sudha - Art Admirer said...

Beautiful. Luv the flower Bouquet.

Shirley said...

Elegant, beautiful, and lovely all rolled into one! The colors are really wonderful, Melisa!!

Lovely Linda said...

Hi Melisa - this is simply lovely! Your shade of blue is divine and perfectly matched with the crisp white! Gorgeous Melisa - I love the way you have used the Die for the sentiment - fabulous my friend! {{{hugs}}}

MaxineD said...

Love that blue - and yes I do use blue quite a bit.
Love the elegance of this card, and the way the sentiment is framed by the cut out.
Blessings
Maxine

Jennie said...

Love the blue and this CAS design, really pops!!

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