Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Card 3 for June 22

It's just 9:30 p.m. here, so I'm well inside the deadline for my three cards.  In fact, I made another card today that I'm not posting; it was a sympathy card that I put in the mail this afternoon.

This card is a CASE of Jill Foster's wonderful creation in her June 7 post.  Jill's "Inspired By" blog truly inspires me with the vibrant colors and striking designs.

My card is a horizontal version of Jill's card...because the sentiment and embellishments wouldn't fit on a vertical layout.   The simple flower image and the sentiment are both from Hero Arts.

9 comments:

Sue said...

Wow!!The effect of this Palette is Sharp,Bold,and Striking Evelyn. Your dominant Orange is glowing, against your subordinate colours,the white accent is just perfect.
A fantastic card, you have done marvellously well to have made three beautiful cards today!
Smiles;)

Cynthia Schelzig said...

yes, more please.....wonderful graduated color wash....I can´t wait to see what you post tomorrow!!

Anonymous said...

Congrats on card no. 3! That's some accomplishment. Another well-done card. Love those blooms! Denise B.

Lynn Stevens said...

ohhh reminds me a bit of Fireworks. how perfect this would be for the 4th of July!
hugs Lynn

Shelly Hickox said...

Oooh, how did I miss this - it just popped out at my from my sidebar today. Really gorgeous colors. I need to check out that blog!

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Sweet card Ev, love those colors, I too need to go check out Jill!

Julie Legg Photo said...

Hi Evelyn, glad I found your photo and paper craft blog. We have a lot in common! All of your art is beautiful. Your Flickr stream is lovely too. I dabbled a bit in stamping at one point but then I always knew my heart was with photography. Thanks for buying my book - would love to hear any comments on my Gift Book page. Have a great time continuing in your creativity.

StampDancer said...

This is gorgeous! I love the bright colors.

Anonymous said...

Another lovely card..The colors do pop out and you have turned a simple flower into another work of art.
Tish