Good Afternoon Everyone!
Sorry about the late post today. It's been a busy morning and productive as well. I managed to get the house cleaning done as well as complete the Mojo Monday sketch for today. This was my first Mojo Monday since June and I have to admit the two back panels sorta threw me for a loop. It was a bit hard to get them situated just right and I'm not sure that I did in the end. I also chose a color combination from a SCS challenge that I had not seen before. I thought the combination of Not Quite Navy, Pretty in Pink and Rust was unique and I really liked the way they looked together. Since there wasn't really a lot of room for a sentiment I decided to just use a sentiment type stamp. This one is from the retired set Lexicon of Love. I know it's odd to use old stamps when new ones have just come out; but it worked, so why not, right?
I also had time to do WSC challenge over the weekend as well. This card was designed largely around the buttons. This is a collection from Flora Doodles that I got from Archivers in Omaha. It's a whole bag of buttons that I think would make Kristina Werner giddy with delight! The dark button is actually a deep purple which goes well with the Razzleberry paper. I also got a chance to use my new Paper Pretties image from the Stamp of the Month Club. I still have one that I haven't used yet; but I will soon. The colors for this card are Soft Suede, Razzling Razzberry, Mellow Moss and Barely Banana. I colored the main image with copic markers. I don't have any curly label nesties or punches, so I decided to put it on a circle with a rounded square behind it.
So that's all for me today. Have a great day
These are both just beautiful. I love the color combos, and the buttons on the second card are such a nice accent.
both cards are wonderful!
What sweet cards! Beautiful layering with the Cuttlebugged backgrounds.
Love the button trim!!
Wonderful cards! You did an awesome job with the challenges! Blessings to you!
Glad your back!! Pretty card..
Both cards are just beautiful!
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