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Thursday, April 27, 2017

PINK AND GRAY

"Anything Goes" is this month's theme at A Blog Named Hero and you still have until 29 April to get in your entry.

Played around with some gray inks today and my new MISTI creative corners - love how easy these make stamping off the side of the card.


My flower came from the Hero Arts May monthly kit from 2016 - one of their prettiest flowers ever.  The first flower was stamped in dark gray and clear embossed.  Then did the other two progressively lighter.  Used a Heidi Swapp stencil and sponged on some random light gray stripes.  Stamped the greeting in HA black and clear embossed.  After coloring the one flower with copics and shading with colored pencils, I die cut the piece with a MFT stitched frame, put it together on a white base, added a few Nuvo rosewater dots and done.

Hurry and get your entry in here - it's not too late and you'll be eligible for a lovely prize.


Thanks for visiting today and love to read your kind comments.

8 comments:

  1. Beautiful Betty! Love that colour combo and the way you have gradually faded off the background towards the bottom like that! Lovely layout! Have a lovely day! Luv & Hugs. Hazel xx
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  2. It's gorgeous, flowers and background, everything!! Love your color choices too.

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  3. Love the gray & peach together, beautiful coloring, wonderful stenciled background--gorgeous card, Betty!

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  4. Wonderful design Betty, those stripes are so fun and those blooms are beautiful. A stunner my friend.

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  5. Such a beautiful card with this lovely flower

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  6. These blooms really are pretty and your design is gorgeous, Betty! Your selective coloring is so striking and I love your stenciled stripes in the background! Beautiful color palette, too!
    Hope you're starting to feel better...sending hugs!!!

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  7. Just love the stencil with that yummy flower, Betty!

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  8. Beautiful card and love the flower stamp. Thanks for sharing.

    Linda D.

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