Happy Monday everyone! I've been carding up a storm again. I made a few cards on Friday, finished my quilt backs on Saturday and made more cards on Sunday. Two were for Design Team work so you'll have to wait for those. Today I'm posting two others.
Muse:Christmas Visions, inspired by this card by Kimberly Weiner.
While working on a technique for another challenge I discovered that my background would fit the challenge at Less Is More - Citrus.
That's enough for day but I'm so glad you dropped by.
Fabulous colour! I love the faux MoP technique too. Lovely card!ReplyDelete
Love this scene! The painted night sky really looks atmospheric (is that a word?!) Thanks so much for joining us at MCV this week, Bobby!ReplyDelete
Wonderful cards, Bobby! Great colors in both, and sweet inking on the second! Glad someone had a productive weekend...ReplyDelete
Oh, what a darling scene you created! So glad to see you playing at the MCV! And your second card - fabulous! I HAVE to try this technique! It looks amazing!ReplyDelete
BTW you are right - I did use that stencil several times before - its one of my favorites - just love the effect it gives...
Super cards! I really like your Christmas card. You've done a fabulous job! And your distressed citrus background looks fantastic too!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the heads-up about Merry Mondays. I got their email this afternoon too. The mention made my day!!
Love the bright orange background...just beautiful! Thanks for sharing at Less is More!ReplyDelete
Two great cards, love how you've stamped the image on your faux mother of pearl, so effective. Karen xReplyDelete
Sweet little Christmas card, Bobby! What a way to combine techniques in your second card! LOve the orange!ReplyDelete
Your LIM card is fab Bobby, it reminds me of a Tequila Sunrise! Yum!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much
"Less is More"
Love your folky Christmas scene and that citrus panel really pops with the mother of pearl effect. Both fab cards and totally different :) Great to see you over at Less Is More xReplyDelete
Two fab makes - loving the rich colours of your LIM cardReplyDelete
WOW Bobby!!! I Love the painterly quality and VERY VERY artistic glow of the halos! Wow...FRAME this.!!! Love the gold edges!!ReplyDelete
Oozing vibrant citrus tones here Bobby plus gorgeous additional goodies in your post.ReplyDelete
Love how you've used the MOP technique and Thanks for sharing and playing along at Less is More this week.
Two fantastic cards Bobby. Lover your watercoloured background with the angels. This card looks like it would fit the CAS Mix Up challenge and we'd love to see you in the gallery.ReplyDelete
Your faux mother of pearl is gorgeous --- love those colours! xx
I just love the scene you have built and watercolored!ReplyDelete
Great take on Kimberly's card, Bobby. And I love how juicy your second card is, what a fabulous blend, and the faux MoP looks great in these colours.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for sharing at Less is More and Happy Little Stampers, Anita x
Your Christmas scene is lovely, Bobby ... seems those sweet angels are just ready to herald His arrival! Gorgeous sponged MOP panel ... the delicate stems are fabulous against all that yummy saturated colour! Did you link this up to HLS CAS ... can't see it in the gallery ... our theme is faux MOP so this would fit perfectly! Hugs, Anita :)ReplyDelete
These are both so pretty Bobby! I love your wonderful,Christmas scene so adorable with the sky and angels above!ReplyDelete
Such sweet, gold-robed angels in the first card, Bobby. The citrus palette of your second is wonderfully delicious...shimmery sensational. Orange...yummy!ReplyDelete
Love all your fabulous cards Bobby....but your first card with those angels is just stunning!ReplyDelete
You created a gorgeous scene with that loose watercolored night sky and angels on the first card! The faux mother of pearl with the orange yellow shade on the second one looks beautiful! Have a great day, Bobby!ReplyDelete