June 8, 2011

Time to color

There is just something about sitting down and coloring. I find it so relaxing.

For this card I stamped the daffadil and then cut out only half the flower. I stamped the script on another piece of paper then layered the daffadil piece on top.

I stamped the flower a second time and colored and cut out the center. I attached it to the other flower with foam tape.

Thanks for stopping by.



  1. I love this card. What a great idea for flowers - cut out half the flower and layer over text. this is really pretty. I'm inspired to try this with my sweetpeas and rose sets.

  2. love how the curve of the flower follows the curve of the text...beautiful coloring too!

    I love everything about this...
    I'm so CASE'ing you on this one...
    it's perfect! :)
    And I LOVE YOF:Daffodil...
    probably one of my very faves!!
    Pinning you now...

  4. Beautiful! What a fabulous technique. Your coloring is lovely. Is it okay if I "Pin" this? I'm trying to keep the great ones in one place. Thanks for the inspiration.

  5. Oh my goodness!!! I love, love, love this card!!! So very striking!! Thank you for your inspiration!!!!

  6. Oh, this is gorgeous! I love everything about it, especially how you curved the sentiment along the leaf!

  7. Your card is so graceful and elegant. I love the way your layered it.
    Thanks for sharing! :)

  8. Deanna.......This is so, so pretty! I love the way you curved your sentiment down the leaf! Gorgeous!

  9. Love this card! Perfect placement of the sentiment. You did a great job , thanks for the inspiration .

  10. Love the way you layed this out with the curve of the flower dividing the paper in half, and the BB:text on one half!! Super creative idea and look!

  11. Oh my...your card is beautiful! Love the coloring and layering - well, actually love it all!
    Thank you for the sweet comment that you left on my blog :)

  12. So amazing! Awesome card. The text background is so cool and your coloring is great!



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