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Just a quick card for the Color Challenge (CC679) on Splitcoast today. The little flower image was colored w/ Copics then die cut into a square along w/ the yellow square behind it. The large yellow bg was heat embossed w/ white powder using a bigger daisy image.
 
For the blue layer, I die cut it into a square then used a postage stamp die to emboss it. A little yellow flower border was die cut & added down the side w/ some white brad centers.

Here are the Copics I used.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

Supplies:

Stamps: DRS Designs –   Happy MailMed Daisy Bloom
Paper: Staples 110# white, blue, yellow
Ink:  Memento tuxedo black, Colorbox frost white pigment 
Accessories:  detail white embossing powder, Spellbinders squares, postage squares, A2 matting basics B, Edgeabilities postage stamp & decorative inserts 3 dies, brads

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The Technique Challenge (TLC680) on Splitcoast is a dark to light gradient background. Well..I have a dark to light to dark bg. 

The checkerboard bg was stamped w/ white & clear embossed then I sponged the Distress inks from corner to corner. It was die cut & a very narrow black layer inserted between the 2 cut layers before putting them back together.

I split the greeting up to add the die cut Shine in the center. This die cut word was heat embossed w/ red glitter powder to make it sparkle & shine. I popped up the greeting panel to give it some dimension. Here’s the inside.

Supplies: 

Stamps: DRS Designs –Sun Shine On You, Checkerboard Bg  (inside:  Sunny Day Birthday Greeting)
Paper: Staples 110# white, black
Ink:  Memento tuxedo black, Colorbox frost white pigment, Distress inks worn lipstick, squeezed lemonade, fired brick, twisted citron, cracked pistachio, peacock feathers, salty ocean
Accessories: Lil’ Inker stitched rectangles, Momento shine die, clear embossing powder, red glitter embossing powder, sequins

This next card is for the Color Challenge (CC677) is peach, coral & a lt. emerald. 


I came as close as I could to these colors (on the screen, that peach color looks really golden-yellow to me). 

The flowers were stamped a bunch of times, colored & fussy cut. I like the look of these long ovals so after stamping the greeting & die cutting them, I arranged all the flowers to the side.

Here’s the inside & the Copic colors I used.
 
Supplies: 

Stamps: DRS Designs – Polka Dot Flower TrioSpring is Coming  (inside: Sending You a Smile, Polka Dot Bg , 4 in 1 Garden Bugs)
Paper: Staples 110# white, coral, lt emerald
Ink:  Memento tuxedo black
Accessories: Copic markers, Lil’ Inker stitched rectangles, Spellbinders mega ovals, scallop mega ovals, radiant rectangles dies

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Such lovely floral arrangements on today’s Inspiration Challenge (IC593) on Splitcoast! My card was inspired by THIS lovely picture w/ it’s yellows & peachy oranges. I also liked the black bg because it gave me a chance to do the Prismacolor on black c/s again from the TLC632 challenge. Maybe I should call this one “Ducks at Night”. 

I like this technique, but it is challenging because you kind of have to think in reverse when coloring. I used my Misti to stamp the ducks with Brilliance moonlight white ink. Usually you use pigment ink but Brilliance dries so much faster & w/ the Misti, I can stamp it repeatedly to really make it bright. I used Prismas to color it then stamped over it again w/ the white ink.  Added the greeting below & a few stitched flowers around the circle.

Here’s a look at the inside using leftover frames & flowers.

Thanks so much for looking! Have a Happy Easter!

Supplies:

Stamps: DRS Designs – Ducks DecorationSpringtime Easter (inside: Script Happy Easter)
Paper: black, butter yellow, peach
Ink: Brilliance moonlight white , Memento tuxedo black 
 Accessories: Prismacolor pencils, Misti, double stitched rectangles & circles dies, stitched flowers dies

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