Monday, August 15, 2016

Glorious Yellow Gerbera Daisies

This card turned out a little brighter than my usual endeavors.

In hindsight, maybe I should have cut it out of white cardstock for less of a contrast.

I die cut the flowers from black and white cardstock and 
popped the black outline part back in. Then I layered ir over the Brusho background.

It's too late now. So here it is in all it's brightness!

The Memory Box Out of the Box Challenge this month is
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The background is a piece done with Brusho Crystals
sprayed with water.

Using Stamping, Embedded Die Cuts, Brusho Crystals Sprayed with Water, Dry Embossing
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Card Recipe
Stamps: Budding Poppies (Technique Tuesday)
Ink:  Memento Tuxedo Black
Paper:  Solar White ( Neena 110 lb.), Watercolor (Arches 140 lb. cold press), Basic Black (SU)
Other: Glorious Gerber Daisies (MB), Brusho Crystals, Water Spritzer


Susanne Vargas said...

I love it in these sunny colors! Gorgeous!

My Card Attic: Hazel said...

So cheerful and pretty Bonnie! Love it! Have a great week! Hazel xx
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Loll said...

Your card is like a sunny, summery day ... just perfect! xx

Carol L said...

Flowers are supposed to be bright and cheery, so I'm loving these sunny colors! This is a real beauty!

Linda said...

So pretty in those bright colors. I think it is perfect.

Nancy Stislow said...

Because I have such a hard time with bright colors, this one appeals to me SO much! It's so sunny and cheerful! Who can resist a happy card like this one!

Di said...

Totally glorious Bonnie!! I love this - don't change a single thing.


Di xx

Maxine D said...

Bonnie this is stunning - love the contrast of the black and the bright brusho coloured papers. Sometimes we just have to go bright and enjoy!

Donna said...

Snap! I've made a card for both challenges, too - but haven't posted either yet as I hate taking the photo's (it's as time consuming as making the cards themselves)! Love your design. I agree with Maxine - the contrast is stunning. X

Mac Mable said...

Fun and vibrant and I love it!

Nance said...

Well you stepped out of your comfort zone with the brights and you knocked it out of the park! I love it! Very bright and cheerful!

Bożena Adamusińska said...

It's very inspiring to use die. I have a couple of patterns with flowers and I have a problem to use them interesting. Thank you for the wonderful inspiration :-)