My heart is breaking as I watch what is happening in Ukraine. No country or its people should have to bear the pain and suffering inflicted by a power hungry dictator. My prayers are with the leader and all its citizens who are fighting for their freedom.
Color Hues has decided to make a double color challenge to include the Ukrainian colors of yellow and blue. This wonderful card community is showing its support in full force by inundating the internet with cards in those colors. Here's mine.
I started with the Mondo Sakura from EbyE, watercolored with Altenew paint. The background is the only blue paper I had with me (whew) and it's embossed with a coverplate by HoneyBee. The sentiment is from Hero Arts.
Thanks for dropping by today. I hope you will think of making a card in support of Ukraine if you haven't already.
LOve that cover plate, Bobby! and your yellow Sakura are perfectly colored, and planted in support.ReplyDelete
So very beautiful, Bobby! I love that cover plate and the gorgeous blooms! Thank you so much for joining us at Color Hues!ReplyDelete
Such a lovely card, Bobby! The soft colors lend a peaceful vibe to the card, and one we hope will carry over to Ukraine where peace can't come soon enough! Thanks for joining us at Color Hues!ReplyDelete
This is soft and ever so lovely!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful flower, Bobby! It's so pretty with that pierced background!ReplyDelete
Your card is sooo pretty with the soft yellow flower taking center stage Bobby, and I'm loving your pierced background too! My heart is breaking right along with yours and I just pray this madness ends soon! Hugs. :0)ReplyDelete
Beautiful, and definitely supportive. Yes, our collective hearts are breaking but may this and MANY other cards send joy, hope and peaceReplyDelete
Beautiful! Thank you so much for joining us with creating cards for Ukraine over at the Color Hues Challenge!ReplyDelete