Hi Everyone! Well I'm here to share a couple of cards that I have done over the last couple of days. The first one is for the OCL challenge. I didn't realize until after I had completed the card that I actually put the ribbon bow on the wrong side. Oh well, no big deal. I used Chocolate Chip, Blush Blossom, and Mellow Moss for my color palette. I used the swirls Cuttlebug folder for the blush blossom piece on the bottom and then used some "tattered rose" distress ink around the edges and also a bit of tea dye distress ink as well. The main image is from the OCL set "Savor the Roses" I used a variety of Copic Markers to color her in. I have really liked experimenting with shading and coloring with them now that my collection is expanding a bit.
The second card is for this week's "Get Sketchy" challenge. This card was super easy to put together and in fact I was able to do it in between baking batches of snickerdoodle cookies this afternoon. I used Pumpkin Pie, Crushed Curry and a scrap of burgundy paper. The patterned strips at the bottom are from Basic Grey's "Indian Summer" Collection. The sentiment is from Stampin Up's "Upsy Daisy" set.
Can you believe I haven't even seen the new SU catalog since it came out last month??!! I have no idea what's new or what's old, for that matter.
Ok, I'm off to do a bit of blurfing. It's been a while since I've been out to see what everyone's been doing. Have a great weekend. Thanks for stopping by and if you get a chance, leave a quick comment, I love to hear what you all have to say!
these are both adorable...great job...have a fantastic day!
Love your color combinations and how you colored the woman on the birthday card. Very clever how used the DSP on your birthday celebration card. TFS
I love both of your birthday cards. Great job on how you colored the image of the woman. Very clever how used the DSP on the second card. TFS
Your vintage image is nicely colored. I like the layout of the patterned papers on the second.
Very pretty cards! Great job!
These are beautiful cards, love the vintage of the first one and that indian summer feel of the second, although here in TX it is full summer :).
This is a very cute card, love the colors!
Love them both!
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