Saturday, July 14, 2018

Just Us Girls #449 - Trend Week

It's time for the Trend Week challenge at Just Us Girls and I had to think long and hard about what was trending that we hadn't already done or that would be easy enough for you all to want to make a card.  I chose
There are so many ways you can go with this as exemplified by the wonderful cards that the Design Team has waiting for your inspiration over on the blog.  We're also fortunate to have Julia Aston as our guest this month. 
I used Distress Inks on watercolor paper for my beach scene.  A PTI die made a window and I added the flowers and sentiment from MFT.

We'll be waiting to see what you enter in our gallery.



11 comments:

  1. Great challenge theme this week! Love your card, esp. those sweet flowers around the frame - what a cool design!

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  2. What a lovely framed watercolored beach Bobby! - the flowers add lovely color to the corners! I want to be sitting on the sand there!

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  3. What a beautiful calming card you have made here Bobby. So soft and pretty. Love the addition of those tropical flowers.

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  4. Beautiful "beach" water colored background

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  5. Your watercolored scene is beautiful Bobby, this is marvelous!

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  6. What a relaxing scene, Bobby ... those bright blooms add a delicious tropical feel to your card! Hugs, Anita :)

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  7. Beautiful beachy scene! So soft and serene. I love the addition of the tropical flowers, too.

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  8. That beach scene is so peaceful ... I want to be there! :) Beautifully framed. The colour flowers in the corners look very tropical and are perfect for this design. Great challenge ... hope to play along! xx

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  9. I love this beach scene through that window so pretty! Those flowers look great framed in the corners. Great job with this week's challenge.

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  10. Love the beach scene you created! So invited! Lovely card!

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  11. Just wonderful, love this scene and the flowers on the edges.

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