Sunday, March 27, 2016

Muse 158

Tracey McNeely posted a beauty for us over at Muse Card Club Challenge #158.



 I have been thinking a lot about what to do. In the end I chose the same Mondo Hydrangea stamp from Ellen's Essentials and did a similar coloring profile with copic markers and a touch of Spectrum Noir Sparkle maker in pink.  My sentiment came from Winnie and Walter...I have 8 April birthday's to stock up for. 




I wanted almost a no line look as Tracey achieved with her white embossing on the white card front, so I stamped my image in memento angel pink.  I think if I did it over my sentiment would be stamped in smokey grey instead, but all that coloring...not starting that over.  I added a few doodle bug sprinkles just to add a little texture to the card.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

6 comments:

  1. Such a dreamy, feminine card, Cat--beautiful!

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  2. Cat your hydrangea is so beautiful and your colouring is just fabulous! Happy Easter to you! Thank you so much for sharing with us at Muse this week!

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  3. your card is lovely - that is my fave stamp these days!!

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  4. Love the dreamy feel to this - you did very well with the no-line colouring. That is a technique I have not mastered! So glad you joined us at Muse this week, Cat!

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  5. You really nailed it, Cat! This is a gorgeous take on Tracey's card! I love that you used soft pink to stamp the hydrangea and how you colored the petals...so elegant and stunning!
    I hope you had a really Happy Easter, my friend!

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  6. Ethereal is the first word that comes to mind, Cat ... soft, and simply gorgeous ...
    =]

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