27 July 2017

Hey... YOU!

Hi there!

I have a happy and bright card to show you today!








Stamps used:

  • Beautiful blooms : Uniko
  • Natures treasures : Uniko
  • To fill or color the leaves from the Natures treasure set, I used one of the leaves from the Beautiful Blooms set. I love that it compliments the partially colored look of the flowers!


Inks used:

  • Ranger ink
  • Tim Holtz
  • Catherine Pooler
  • Versafine Black ink.

A variety of inks just because that was the only way I could get the right hue/intensity of color I was looking for. #workingonmycollectionofinks 😆

Silhouette cut sentiment : Design ID #46981

Sharing my card at :

Unikostudio ~ Flowers

Color throwdown ~ Raspberry, yellow, green.


                                                


Thanks for looking!

Hugs
Hannelie

10 comments:

Lynn said...

Love, love, love!

stampwithsandy said...

Hannelie, I love the flowers and little strip of polka dots, and the sentiment is awesome! Gorgeous card!

Karen Knott said...

Beautiful card, love the bright colours and die-cut sentiment
Hugs, Kaz x

Leslie Miller said...

Now I've officially fallen in love with both of these stamp sets. So pretty against the white, and love how you combined the sets. Fabulous Silhouette-cut sentiment, too!

Papercraft Boutique said...

This is such an uplifting card, Hannelie! Love the bright colors, and the Silhouette cut sentiment with a polka-dot strip behind! Hideko

Anita in France said...

Bright and summery, Hannelie ... and so fun with those tiny polka dots ... so pretty! Hugs, Anita :)

Cheryl W. said...

Your card is so pretty...and made to look even better with your lovely staging for the photograph. Love the bright and bouncy colors. Using the leaf stamp to reflect the partial coloring of your flowers was genius!

Broni said...

Such a pretty and happy card!! Thanks so much for playing along with us at the Color Throwdown this week!

Jane said...

Super use of colours, looks amazing. Thanks for playing at Uniko.

Lindsey said...

Gorgeous Hannelie! I love that the images are only partially coloured x