May 8, 2012

ColourQ #136

Happy Tuesday! Today I'm stopping in with my card for this weeks ColourQ challenge. Arielle has given us another palette of great colors.  As soon as I saw this weeks colors I knew I was going to do sunflowers.

Sorry my pictures are so bad. I was fighting with my camera and light tent..they won. If you look close you can see that I used an impression plate on the top 3/4 of the card. I love to use this one with flowers because it reminds me of lattice.
I fussy cut the flowers and leaves. When I attached the leaves I put my adhesive on only one end. I gently rolled my finger up the leaves to make the bend up. The small sunflower and the flower centers are attached with my pop dots. I used my ruler..I just eyeball it.. to draw the black line around the white panel.
Be sure to stop by the ColourQ and get some inspiration. I hope you will join us this week. I would love to see what you create using these great colors.

See you soon,


Supplies: All Supplies PTI
Stamps: Simple Sunflower Mini Set & Think Big #14
Inks: Orange Zest, Ripe Avocado & Summer Sunshine
Paper: Spring Moss
Button: Ripe Avacado
Impression Plate: Guide Lines Grid


  1. Gorgeous! How can you not smile and feel better when seeing this card?!

  2. Gorgeous card Deanna, I love the sunflowers. CAS perfection.

  3. Love your card and the pretty colors , for this week. I just love these sunflowers!

  4. This is a wonderful card for the color challenge. Goes perfectly with the sunflowers. Great fussy cutting, too. I'm lazy, and bought the dies!

  5. Gorgeous card! I love the design - how it draws the eyes to the flower centers.

  6. Beautiful card. Love those sunflowers. You did a grat job fussy cutting everything. Love the greens.

  7. The pics look great to me Deanna! I LOVE that pretty sunflower:) Just a gorgeous CAS card! Hope you have a fabulous Mother's Day!! :)

  8. Your sunflowers are gorgeous Deanna! I'm so impressed that you just eyeball the frame - I have to get all sorts of measuring devices out when I draw a frame!

  9. Your sunflowers are gorgeous. So pretty the way you arranged them.



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