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This is such a gorgeous hue of blue–it looks particularly fetching with warm yellows and bright oranges & greens.

Tinted the flowers with Copics–and the leaves?  I took one of the Forget-me-nots and cut it apart after tinting, to layer behind the daisies!  They were perfect!  I AM BRILLIANT!!! (arms wrapped 'round self, and a considerable amount of chortling!)

Sat there debating about whether or not to whack the end off the label so it was flush with the edge of the card–sometimes an overhanging element is fun, but in this case, I think trimming it off also worked well. I rather like it!  What do you think?

I had a heck of a time getting this color to show up "true" in photography–it is actually deeper and more vibrant than the pic shows.  The whole combo all together is so SO pretty!!!  Makes me muy happy!

         LIVE SIGGY


All supplies & materials by/from A Muse Studio unless otherwise noted

Stamps:  Marvelous Marigolds, Vintage Labels, Graceful Greetings
Card Stock:  Ocean, Sugar
Ink:  Ocean, Sky; Versamark
Embellishments:  Petite Daisy Flowers, Forget-me-not Flowers, Clear Twinkle Stickers, Orange Satin Ribbon
Copic Markers:  Golden Yellow, Apricot, Cadmium Orange
Dies: Labels Set
White Embossing Powder
3D Foam Adhesive

Finished card measures 3.5 x 5"

  1. I love this shade of blue, and it looks so lovely with the orange, yellow, and green…as you mentioned! Your big embossed flower is so pretty as well!! Such a striking card, Julie!!

  2. Girl, everything you create is brilliant. I always forget about using white embossing powder on colored cardstock! It looks brilliant. You ARE brilliant! Gorgeous colored flowers.
    Have a great weekend!

  3. I LOVE the card! The colors are gorgeous!

  4. So so pretty!!!

  5. Spectacular card….love that blue, too!

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