Less is More
and AAA Cards
have combined for a two week challenge featuring cards on colored cardstock. I made it easy on myself by using a card I stamped a Michele's a long time ago using MFT's All Over Roses.
They were stamped in black on Neenah Desert Storm and I used my Worn Lipstick DOXs to paint just three of the roses. The sentiment is also from MFT. This may not be CAS enough for either challenge but now I have another anniversary card in my stash.
Thanks for dropping by. I love it when you do.
Fabulous! Love the partial colouring of the flowers, very stylish. Thanks for playing at AAA Cards.ReplyDelete
Ooooo - this is oh-so-chic! It's a gorgeous make!ReplyDelete
Pretty pink flowers. Thank you for sharing with us at AAA Cards.ReplyDelete
Oh, I like this Bobby! Coloring just a select cluster of the flowers looks fantastic!!ReplyDelete
Wow Bobby, I love the background stamp you used and the selective coloring! I think you are right, it could be slightly more CAS if one part of the card base was without any pattern, but nevertheless it's a beautiful card and I always like to see your work! Thanks for joining us at Less Is More Challenge!ReplyDelete
Oh I never would have thought to spotlight-color just those few blooms, Bobby - 'til now!!! OH I will be CASEing this one, my friend - time to stamp a few more panels, me thinks! WOW, it's gorgeous!!ReplyDelete
What a super card and a super idea...I'm pinning. I love how you have just colored the 3 flowers, and the Oxides are perfect here. They really pop against the kraft.....fabulous!!!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful card! I love the crisp stamping over the neutral background, and the highlighted flowers add a real pop. Gorgeous! I agree some empty space would be more CAS, but what a lovely card <3 Thanks so much for playing along with us at Less is More :)ReplyDelete
So very pretty, Bobby ... those soft pink highlighted blooms are just lovely! Hugs, Anita :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful card! Those roses looks FAB! Thanks for joining AAA Cards! Hugs ÅsaReplyDelete
Not only are there roses all over, but stunning ones, at that! The Worn Lipstick on kraft...gorgeous!ReplyDelete