Just popping by to announce that there is a blog hop and linky party over at STAMPlorations.
A while ago it was National Colouring day and we announced the launch of Color Blooms, a colouring pad for card makers and other artists. Today we invite you to see what the STAMPlorations team have done with it and then join in!
For my project I took this page from the book and used Copic alcohol markers to colour.
From this page I cut a panel to make my background for this card.
I used a few other STAMPloration goodies Crazy Double Running Stitch Rectangles, Happy die cut andBallons and Banners birthday, and little bit of vellum and black card to complete.
For more inspiration and all Ts and Cs check out the STAMPlorations site
Then why not join in?
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Beautiful sunflowers turned into a beautiful card.ReplyDelete
A perfect late summer design!ReplyDelete
This is a beautiful card Julie and a super way of using these colouring pages.ReplyDelete
Beautiful card, Julie! A vellum overlay mutes the bold print so perfectly making the die cut sentiment really stand out. - Sweet KobylkinReplyDelete
Julie, you do awesome coloring with Copic markers -- and the layering you did on that card is simply awesome! Love how you softened the bold sunflowers with the vellum.ReplyDelete
Wow Julie amazing coloring and that vellum panel on top is such a cool design element :)ReplyDelete
So pretty, Julie! I love your design and how you used the dies, the black cardstock and the vellum.ReplyDelete
Love the vellum accent, Julie. Great combo of elements! ☺ReplyDelete
This is a really lovely design Julie. Those sunflowers are gorgeous and the softness of the vellum frame is such a fabulous contrast xxReplyDelete
BEAUTIFUL layers on your card from the coloring page:)) LOVE teh blue haze shadowing!ReplyDelete
Love the vellum overlay.over those sunflowers! thanks for the inspiration!ReplyDelete
This turned out so beautifully! I love the use of vellum!ReplyDelete
Lovely sunflowers! If I didn't love gardenias the best for their fragrance, the sunflower would be my favorite flower.ReplyDelete
Love the vellum panel.ReplyDelete
thanks for sharing.
Oh that vellum overlay adds to the beauty!! LOVE your coloring! :)ReplyDelete
Hi Julie - thank you for stopping by my blog - that was kind of you - I am falling in love with the sunflowers on this card creation and the added vellum - such a lovely project you have created - TFS and for the hop have a blessed week!ReplyDelete
Julie, I love that Sunflower! The vellum is a great addition to soften part of your card. Your coloring work is stunning. Thank You for the inspiration :)ReplyDelete
This is gorgeous! Love the vellum on here!ReplyDelete
Wow this is really stunning Julie! I love the vellum overlay with your greeting!! Beautifully done! TFS!ReplyDelete
I am pinning this card for future reference! I love it!!!!!! Thanks for taking the time to join us at Seize the Birthday we sure do appreciate it!ReplyDelete
Lovely card :)ReplyDelete
Love love the vellum card! Super idea.ReplyDelete
I love your creative vellum framed layer for your sentiment. TFS Julie. Hugs, nancyReplyDelete
The touch of vellum on this is just perfect. Lovely card.ReplyDelete
Very pretty! Your colouring is lovely and I like the finished card!ReplyDelete
I love your creativity! Your card is Gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Beautifully coloured and a lovely card JulesReplyDelete
Awsome card and such beautiful colored sunflowers.ReplyDelete
Beautiful. I love the shading and colors.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! I love that vellum window, it looks just perfect and makes the sentiment stand out ;) And the background is colored beautifully!ReplyDelete
Beautiful layering and coloring! Gorgeous job on these pretty sunflowers!ReplyDelete
This came out so elegant :) Love it !!ReplyDelete
Love it if you would come and see what I did for the hop https://vanillahevn.blogspot.com.au/2016/09/stamplorations-love.html