Saturday, January 14, 2017

Muse 198

I loved the colors of distress ink Anita used on her inspiration card over at Muse. Picked Raspberry, Blueprint Sketch,Mermaid Lagoon and Cracked Pistachio. Yummy selection of colors.

Here is Anita's Card:
 

I kinda inverted it.  In addition to her color choices, I was inspired by her round focal point and her curved sentiment.


Thanks so much for stopping by!

15 comments:

  1. I love how those colors bounce off the black card stock. Beautiful card and great play on the Muse challenge.

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  2. Oh my goodness, Cat--no offense to Anita, but yours is absolutely fabulous! May have to case this one, my friend!

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  3. gorgeous - love everything about - wonderful colors!!

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  4. Wow! This is so eye catching Cat! I love it, great take on Anita's card. I too may have to CASE this, I can dream anyway lol! Cathy x

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  5. This is lovely Cat, I love the colours against the black! BTW, the sign-up for the February CCC is open on the new site. It's hidden by Deborah's note about her health so you'll have to scroll back a post if you'd like to join in again. So pleased to see you in the January chain. Have a happy Sunday, Jo x

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  6. The drama of the black is fabulous with those jewel like colours, Cat ... what a celebratory card! Hugs, Anita :)

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  7. I truly miss playing at Muse, you've represented Anita's card beautifully, Cat!!!
    =]

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  8. The inked circle is so striking on the black card base!

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  9. Yes, that black card base really sets off your pretty colored circle! Great idea!

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  10. Love the drama of the colours on the black! So glad to see you at Muse this week!

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  11. Cat this is gorgeous, I love those bold ink blended colours and the white embossed balloons!!

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  12. Gorgeous take on Anita's card, Cat! I love the contrast of the blended colors against black...so striking and really beautiful!

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  13. Wonderful take on the inspiration! And that curved sentiment is terrific!

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  14. A triumph! Switching the black and white of my card really do make those pretty colours appear so much brighter...damn, why didn't I do that with mine?!
    Thanks so much for playing along at Muse this week, Anita x

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  15. Hurrah! The Muse voters agreed with me!

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