We're back!! Just Us Girls
have a new challenge for you to begin the new year.
This will give you a chance to use some of those bits and pieces that are colored or cut but didn't make it onto a card. Or in my case a background that I never used.
I don't even remember exactly how it did it. I do know the Avery Elle trees were heat embossed and the sky is Distress Ink. I trimmed the panel down, put it on some Gina K Ivory cardstock and added the cardinals from SSS and a sentiment from PB.
We have two guest designers with us this month, Janet Ribet
(Swanlady) and Cindy Major
. You'll want to see their cards on the JUGS blog
and then take a look at their personal blogs for even more inspiration.
We hope to see you in the gallery. You could have a chance at being a future guest designer.
What a gorgeous scene with that awesome background! Your trees look amazing against that sky and I love the little cardinals perched on the branches. So perfect for our Leftover challenge!ReplyDelete
Your wintry scene is deliciously frosty and chilly, Bobby ... love how the two bright spots of colour in the tiny cardinals warm it wonderfully! Hugs, Anita :)ReplyDelete
A beautiful snowy looking background, Bobby! The birch trees have so much depth and the red birds look ready to fly off the card! Gorgeous!ReplyDelete
love your leftovers card mf....so snowy and lovely.ReplyDelete
Oh this is so pretty! I love the pop of red on the birds with the trees and background - it's a work of art my dear! Love your take on the challenge this week! Happy New Year to you and your family!ReplyDelete
Such a pretty card! The pop of red and that awesome color blue background works so well together Bobby! Happy New Year to you!!ReplyDelete
Well I was just going to say exactly what Nancy said! Love the background - it's stunning and those trees and cardinal are showcased beautifully Bobby.ReplyDelete
This is AMAZING Bobby! I love every little thing about it. The pop of red from the cardinals is fabulous!ReplyDelete
Love the pop of the red birds!ReplyDelete
I absolutely adore this card! There is something about birch trees and cardinals that I love. Gorgeous card and how fun to find this "leftover" in your stash!ReplyDelete