Tuesday, October 10, 2017

PP365~Autumn Colors~Sunflower

I made this card for the challenge at: The Paper Players
Lovely autumn colors to play with, however I only have Crushed curry in my collection, so I had to do a lot of improvising to make this work.  I used a stamp set that I purchased from the Michael's Craft store awhile back.  I colored it using my aqua painter and ink pads.  Then I cut out the flowers, butterfly and sentiment and arranged them nicely on the layered card stock.   This is actually my 7th card I made today, the other 6 I can't post because I made them by taking a class from a demonstrator.. so they are not my own designs.  But they are so lovely.  I wish I could share.  SO I was very busy stamping but only one for show. haha> that reminds me of the saying: one for the money two for the show.. three to get ready and four let's go.. whatever is that even from?  oh I'm drifting with my thoughts again.. better call it a day. 
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  1. I think you improvised fabulously for The Paper Players Color Challenge this week! Your design is wonderful and I'm jealous of your fussy cutting! Great card ~ thanks for playing along!

  2. This is lovely! A great way to use these colors! And I don't think you should hesitate at all to post your other cards on your blog. You can always give credit to the demonstrator whose designs they are...we all love to see what our fellow stampers create! If you feel uncomfortable, ask her for her permission to post them! Meanwhile, we are glad you participated with the Players this week!

  3. I love your bright and cheery flowers - and the pop of peach from your butterfly! I agree with LeAnne regarding your other cards too - I'm sure if you mention your demonstrator by name and link to her blog if she has one she would be delighted to see you share your creations too. Thanks for playing along with my colour challenge over at The Paper Players this week!

  4. This is such a pretty card. I can't believe you cut them out by hand - what a beautiful job you did. I agree with the other comments. Just refer bak to the cards you cased or mention the author. They will love to get their cards shown!


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