That is what I used today to make a card for the daughter of a dear friend! I started with Marie McClellan’s Inspiration Challenge #5 over at From Combat Boots to Rubber Stamps. Check out the cool color choices in this picture:
I was also thrilled to see that the Pals Paper Arts Challenge this week was a theme challenge. Spring!!! Yep, my last few posts have been borderline obsessive about spring so it is nice to know some others are celebrating it too! The birthday girl is turning three so I went back to the Sweet Sunday Sketch Challenge #58 with the three little squares. My first card with this sketch made me so happy that I wanted to try another. The end result doesn’t look too much like a card for a 3 yo, I’m afraid, but I know her mom will appreciate it (she is one of my loyal group of stampers!). I turned to the Lovely Flowers stamp and DSP again since Marie’s picture had the colors from that paper. And yes, I have made two Rich Razzleberry cards in a row. My color palette must have officially switched to spring!
For some reason, the watercoloring looks washed out in the picture but I can’t seem to get better lighting today. Thanks for dropping by…hope you have a great day!
Stamp: Lovely Flowers
Paper: Lovely Flowers DSP, Basic Gray, Melon Mambo, Whisper White
Ink: Basic Gray, Melon Mambo, Rich Razzleberry, Going Gray
Accessories: Gray Taffeta Ribbon, Gray Corduroy Buttons, Blender Pen
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