Lisa E is our host for this week's color challenge at Just Us Girls and she has chosen these:
It looks like a soft color palette in the gallery this week. Won't you join us?
The Mondo Sakura from EbyE was stamped, heat embossed and painted with Altenew watercolors. A panel was cut with Reverse Confetti lacy rectangles and backed with Desert Storm. The sentiment was heat embossed on the same color.
We welcome Karen Walker as our guest designer this month. She and the rest of the team have some wonderful cards to share with you and to hopefully inspire you.
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Another beautiful floral card!ReplyDelete
Such a striking card with our colors Bobby! I really like your background die a LOT! What a great take on the colors!ReplyDelete
Beautiful card using the challenge colours, Bobby! LOVE those large flowers! xxReplyDelete
Gorgeous flowers, Bobby! I love how you've used these colors and the framing is fantastic with the bit of kraft peeking through!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! A perfect flower for this color challenge, and perfectly coloredReplyDelete
I wish I could watercolor this well! Gorgeous card, Bobby!ReplyDelete
This is one gorgeous card! I love the subtle way the kraft peeks through the white panel, and your watercoloring is fabulous!ReplyDelete
Loooooooooving this beautifully coloured floral spray Bobby. Great kraft background to highlight it.ReplyDelete
Your floral card is delightful, Bobbi. Fabulous coloring!ReplyDelete
Love your water coloring on that mondo flower! And that lacy die is perfect for the Kraft to peek out from. Beautiful card!ReplyDelete
Those flowers are stunning and colored to perfection! Gorgeous card and use of our colors this week.ReplyDelete
Running late with comments this week; apologies. Your modern Sakura is gorgeous! What a great way to showcase the trio of colours!ReplyDelete