Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Addicted to Stamps and More #287

It's time for the Make Your Mark challenge at Addicted to Stamps and More.  That means you can use markers, paints, pencils, chalks, anything that makes a mark on your card.  I chose Zigs for mine.
I'm disappointed in the color that comes across on the screen.  There is more color variation on the actual card with the green being more olive and more orange in the petals.  I played with the photo editing but this is the best I could get.

I hope you'll check out what the Design Team has made for your inspiration and then enter a card of your own.

Stamps: Penny Black
Paper:  Bristol, BoBunny


  1. It's gorgeous Bobby. Perfect sentiment and nice touch with the brown strip on the side. A great finisher.

  2. This is a pretty card Bobby and has me longing for warm summer days!

  3. woww the color of your sunflower is bright and adorable Bobby
    Love tha layout too
    sweet beautiful and elegant card

  4. Amazing colouring with your Zigs, Bobby! I do see the orange and olive you mentioned and its gorgeous as it is. Hugs, Gwendolyn

  5. This is simply gorgeous Bobby. I love the CAS design and the colouring is superb!
    Carol x

  6. The beauty of your coloring shows in these amazing sunflowers. They look amazing. And what a perfectly complimentary sentiment, too! This is a lovely card, Bobby, and I absolutely love this. Will try to send some of our sunshine across the lake today! Bev

  7. It may be your screen, Bobby, because it looks perfect to me! and I LOve the brown dots!

  8. The variations of highlights/shadows appear on my screen, Bobby and oh my! Your sunflowers are so incredibly lovely! They've planted a smile all over my face! Love this!

  9. Beautiful coloring, my dear. And that design just showcases your flower perfectly. I love that stripe of patterned paper, it's just right.

  10. Wow! now this is a spectacular, and perfectly colored sunflower!


  11. The strip of DP balances your sunflowers perfectly Bobby. :)

  12. I see such lovely colour variation, Bobby ... it was the thing that struck me before I even read your post ... gorgeous sunflowers, beautifully coloured! Hugs, Anita :)