tirsdag 3. april 2012

Here comes the sun!

We've been having the most beautiful weather around here lately, sunny, nice and warm. But, as Easter approaches, what happens?? The weather turns freezing cold! Yikes!
So, this card is cheering me up, as I look forward to some warmer weather:


The sun is the Large Solid Flower (CG248), "painted" with Memento markers Tangelo, Cantaloupe, and Dandelion. Misted with water + Perfect Pearls. The motorcycle is from the set Going (CL478).

My next card uses a small portion of the Large Flower Background (CG403),


white embossed on craft cardstock. The flowers and leaves are colored with Memento markers.

Thanks for stopping by today, I wish you all a great Easter holiday!

Anette :o)

8 kommentarer:

Pam W Merwin sa...

These cards are great - my husband rides a motorcycle :) Need to make something for him using it! Love the flowers on your second card - the embossing is amazing and your colors are terrific!

Linda W. (ScrappinBari) sa...

Love your flower sun, Anette, and the flower background looks great on the kraft for your second card!

nedergaard sa...

Super skønne kort... er vild med water color effekten på det øverste.
Ønsker dig en rigtig god påske

Karina Beck sa...

Flotte kort begge to. Jeg er vild med din sol!
Rigtig god påske.

Anni sa...

I really love the colors of the second card! The coloring is stunning! Thank you so much for sharing!
Anni

Anita Recksiedler sa...

Such a fun crusin card! I like that you used the flower for the sun, great idea and love how you colored it!!! And love your second card too, the way you only used a bit of the stamp looks great!

Nona sa...

Wow! Both cards are absolutely fabulous, Anette! Love how you cleverly used the flower stamp as a sun on your first card! And your second card, oh my gah! Love the white on kraft and your coloring is truly amazing!

Hope you're having a wonderful week!

Tammy sa...

Annette!! You do such a lovely job!!! Thank you for sharing and for allowing me to glean from you!! be blessed
~Beyond Measure
Tammy
www.urbeyondmeasure.com