As you can see, I changed up the colors for mine. I didn't have any pastel paper so I made mine using Paper Vellum and sponging the edges with ink. Since it was covered with the other card stock, I didn't have to ink the whole thing. It gave just the right hint of blue. It was fun to go through my supplies and find something that I could substitute for the different items she used.
To see more of Heather's beautiful work, click HERE or on the image below. It's the design I CASE-d. You can also find her at her blog; Simply Handmade by Heather. She truly inspires me.
And, here is my take on Heather's beautiful card.
Stamp Sets: Sweet Nature and Anemones (Flourishes); Inks: Marina Mist and Early Espresso (Stampin' Up!), Copic Markers YG 11, YG 13, YG17, B00, B02, B05; Card Stock: Classic White (Flourishes), Paper Vellum and Polka Dot Parade (Stampin' Up!); Accessories :& Tools: Adorning Accents Edgelits and Early Espresso Baker's Twine (Stampin' Up!), blue button
My blue flower needs deeper color but for a novice, at least I stayed inside the lines! :-) Come back tomorrow for a design for the next challenge on Flourishes.
Until next time . . . happy creating!
So beautiful, Marsha! I love your pretty blue flowers and great job making your own blue paper. :)ReplyDelete
Looks so beautiful in blues! A lovely card Marsha! Thanks so much for playing along with us!ReplyDelete