I'm playing in the Twofer Challenge today.
I dug out my one sunshine die and cut it from some bright yellow Brusho background.
For the first card, I die cut three sunshines and layered them. I also die cut
a stem and leaves from a Tim Holtz flower set.
I colored the stem while it was laying on a piece of watercolor paper and
let the color run off. While it was good and wet, I turned it upside down and
pressed it onto the watercolor paper.
Since the flower was already colored, I spritzed one and pressed it onto the
I used some prills for the flower seeds and stamped a
For my twofer, I stamped and used Copics to color the sweet hedgehog
sitting on a flower.
The background was a mop up piece and I placed the hedgie
looking at the sun. Actually he's looking at a bird flying over. We
should never look directly at the sun!
I have a new computer and the colors look a bit off to me. I hope they look
fine from your end. I never know how my words are going to look either.
The keyboard keeps playing tricks on me! 😉
Krafty Chicks - Clean and Simple Week
Penny Black Saturday Challenge. - ATG with option of "Make the Sentiment the Focus"
Penny Black and More - Say It With Flowers
Twofer #30 - Sun/Moon
Double D Challenge- Sunflowers
Thanks for the visit and special thanks for your comments.
Card Recipe (card 1)
Stamps: Birthday Love (PB)
Ink: Versafine Onyx Black
Paper: Watercolor (TH), Neenah
Other: Stitched Sun Die (LI -OOB), Bountiful Sunflower (for stem-for stem), Brushos, Prills
Card Recipe (card 2)
Stamps: Just for You (PB), Many Everyday Messages (HA)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
Paper: Daffodil Delight (SU), Neenah
Other: Stitched Sun Die (LI -OOB), Copics (E0000, E000, E00, E01, E13, E25, Y13, Y15, YG95, R81, R83, R29), Double Pierced Rectangle Die (AE), Brusho Mop Up piece