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torsdag 2 februari 2017

CAS Colours & Sketches #208

There´s a dubble challenge at CAS Colours & Sketches blog this week!

Here´s mine card with the beautiful flower from Uniko


Thanks!

13 kommentarer:

Lisa Lara sa...

i love your coloring, sponging and those sweet little scallops Birgit.

karen h sa...

Beautiful card! I love the corner sponging of the card base and the striped layer behind the flower.

nancy littrell sa...

Oh Birgit...your watercoloured Gerbera daisy is Stunning!! I love your corrugated..crimped piece behind your daisy image. TFS Hugs...

P.S. Your card qualifies for our new February CAS Mix Up Challenge: Stamping + corrugated + your choice Challenge. Would love to have you play along.

http://casmixup.blogspot.ca/2017/02/cas-mix-up-february-challenge.html

Phyllis Beaver sa...

I love your card and the Gerbera daisy! Can you tell me what product you used to make the white splatters/droplets on and over your flower? It looks thicker than water-based paint. I love the look you accomplished with it! Thank you, Phyllis

Pat sa...

The orange Gerbera looks fantastic against that green background and I love the crimped border behind it too. A gorgeous card! x

samantha's cards sa...

This is lovely, thanks for joining us at CC&S.

Gabi MeWi sa...

Gerbera are my favorits and your card is awesome.

Biggan sa...

Thanks Phyllis Beaver! I used Liquid pearls for the dots!

Jane sa...

Stunning use of the beautiful Uniko gerbera. Thanks for playing at CC&S.

Phyllis Beaver sa...

Thanks for answering my question!

Cathy P. sa...

What a yummy card! Love the way you used the colors and that gorgeous daisy! Thanks for playing with our double challenge at CC&S this week! Hugs, Cathy

Beverley sa...

WOW! I simply LOVE your card Birgit, not only have you rocked the CC&S challenge, but your use of the Uniko Gerbera is absolutely stunning. You are truly rocking this set and giving it such fresh life. Thank you so much for sharing and joining in at CC&S. Hugs Bev x

Penny Hanuszak sa...

Amazing colour mashup and stamping. Your card truly interpreted the challenge and felt almost alive in it's natural beauty.