2 cards inspired by 4 challenges...
Today begins another challenge over at the Cardz 4 Guyz blog. For this current challenge (#C4G267) we want to see masculine cards in "Shades of Blue". So get out you blue inks and paper and lets see what your shades of blue look like. For mine I created a sympathy card using Coastal Cabana, Pacific Point, and Marina Mist.
|Shades of Blue #267|
2nd card was inspired by 3 challenges...
Color Hues // #TCH22 ...A color challenge! The color combo for this challenge...Lime Green & Aqua!
Retro Rubber // #rrcb163 ...A game board challenge!! My winning three in a row on this tic tac toe board is...square, green, & outdoors. For this challenge we are also suppose to use stamps that are over a year old. Both my scenery stamps and sentiment fall into that category!!
Just Add Ink // #JAI564 ...A choose two challenge!! Our of these three words (sky//seas//trees) choose two. I chose seas and trees!!
VERSE OF THE DAY
The Lord has established his throne in heaven, and his kingdom rules over all.
Psalms 103:19 (NIV) Courtesy of YouVersion
Love the simple bright impressionist tropical feel to your card Deb - so summery! Thanks for joining us at Just Add Ink this week. KimReplyDelete
What a perfect sympathy card, coastal cabana is such a pretty color. Love how you used it for our shades of blue challenge!ReplyDelete
I love scene cards and your beach scene is soft and soothing. Thanks for joining us at Color Hues. We really appreciate it! Have a great day!ReplyDelete
Lovely card, I am so glad you played along at Color Hues! Coastal cabana is my very fav SU color, I've hoarded my paper packs, lol. Your beach scene is so pretty!ReplyDelete
I really like that bold swoosh of green in the vertical - really eye-catching. It matches your watercolour style panel really well. Thanks for playing along with us at Retro Rubber Challenge.ReplyDelete
I love your beach scene! So soft and soothing! Thanks for joining us at Color Hues!ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards! Thanks for sharing the second one with us at Color Hues!ReplyDelete
Lovely cards, love the beach scenes. Thanks for playing along with Retro Rubber Challenge Blog.ReplyDelete