Here is my second card for today's color challenge. You know if you give me two different choices of colors that I HAVE to make two cards. This is for my same friend that asked for a card for her brother. She also wanted one for her sister. I found this lovely sentiment on Pinterest and printed it out on vellum using one of my fonts from the Hungry JPEG Supreme Font Bundle. After I die cut the vellum and the coloring book page, I traced the vellum and only colored in where it was going to cover. I just love these colors together and I was sad to cover them up with the vellum, but I did get the neat look that I was hoping for.
I really enjoyed the wonderfully versatile sketch Carey has provided today. And I used two things that I never use on my cards--chipboard and vellum. I love how they complement each other. One being so delicate and one being so heavy. I die cut the chip board using my stitched squares die, cut it in half, and colored it with a black marker to make nice sturdy corners for my light vellum.
Date: Tuesday, August 29, 2017 GMT Views: 645
Accessories: chip board, coloring book, Cottage Cutz Stitched Rectangles Dies, Die-namics Stitched Squares Die, Spellbinders Card Creator A and B dies, computer generated sentiment using "Latype" font from the Hungry JPEG
Registered: April 16, 2008 Location: Meridian, Idaho Posts: 7483
Tue, Aug 29, 2017 @ 6:47 PM
Love this idea with the brightly colored flowers just behind the vellum. And whay a great sentiment. Very pretty card! Your friend is sure to love both cards (btw the hero card for her brother is adorable!).
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Tue, Aug 29, 2017 @ 9:25 PM
What a sweet sentiment. Love your colors too.
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