Checking in quickly to share my watercolored butterflies using Wplus9 Flora & Fauna 2 stamp set. The colors were inspired from Dawn, so love her watercolor techniques.
I stamped the butterflies with Antique Linen distress ink, then played with the colors in my watercolor palette.
For my kraft card base, I embossed them with an embossing folder. My sentiment is made from thick letters from my previous stash.
Entering this card to
Joining in again this time at Fusion Challenge (black, white & yellow with the sketch and flowers).
The challenge is just so timely too as I recently got A Few of my Favorites Things scrapbooking kit from Sarah Hurley that matches the color combo in the challenge.
Love those flower elements and the pattern papers on this pack, just so beautiful. I love putting the elements together to create a different card. I also used the black satin ribbon and the flower sequins which are also included in the kit.
So, here goes my take..
Just a reminder, there’s an ongoing Anything Goes Challenge at the Sarah Hurley365 blog. So check them out too.
I’m also entering this card to:
Just Keep on Creating, Anything Goes.
Sister Act Challenge # 57, Anything Goes.
It’s the first sketch of the month at Sketch N Scrap and we now have Card Sketch #13 designed by Kelly.
I created a holiday card using papers from Pink Paislee including the banner embellishments. Only few more weeks and Christmas is already here 🙂 I really need to get going with my holiday cards and not cram the last-minute to send it to family and friends overseas.
For my sentiment, I used a stamp from Papertrey Ink.
Remember, Sketch N Scrap Holiday Blog Hop is still going to until 8th of November so come by at the SNS blog for inspirational projects.
Oh, and I’m entering this card in Simon Says Stamp, Anything Goes challenge.
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Popping in to share September’s monthly challenge at Sarah Hurley challenge blog. September’s challenge is Autumn Glow hosted by Jessica.
For my project, I used the autumn leaves from Sarah’s Farmers Market Autumn Themed digital scrapbook kit and made it as pattern to cut felt. I have a stash of felt from previous works that I kept and organized by color. I love how the felt mimics the same colors from Sarah’s digi kit. Putting them altogether gives this rich autumn color, orange, reds, and brown. The strips of patterned paper at the bottom are also from the same autumn kit.
The challenge will be on until end of September so there’s plenty of time to play along.
I’m entering this card to Simon Says Stamp, Anything Goes challenge.
Also in Sister Act Card Challenge # 22, Anything Goes.
Cut Felt leaves using Sarah Hurley Farmers market theme digi scrapbook kit
Autumn leaves from Sarah Hurley Farmers Market digi kit
Cut Felt leaves, details
Cut felt autumn leaves using Sarah Hurley’s autumn leaves from Farmers Market autumn theme digi kit
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The Crafting Café’s card challenge theme for July is called Summer’s Here 🙂
Summer is the time when bright flowers bloom so I used the Blossom digi image from LEJ Designs. I colored them with Promarkers and added a crochet ribbon strip to complement the flower colors. The challenge ends until end of July so do check The Crafting Café for inspiration or play along.
I’m entering this card in Through The Craftroom Door Challenge Blog, Anything Goes challenge.
Also, in Divas by Design, Anything Goes challenge.
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