Hi everyone! I am so thrilled to be a part of a brand new Flourishes challenge called Bring Back Beautiful! This team was started by Flourishes to truly showcase beauty in card making – whether it be in a beautifully colored image, a fabulous way to incorporate an embellishment or a new twist on a card layout. This challenge really focuses on cards showcasing beautiful stamping.
As we introduce the Bring Back Beautiful Challenges, our first challenge focuses one of the things that can evoke a lot of beauty in card making – COLOR! Here's your challenge: pick your favorite medium – watercolor, colored pencils, markers, alcohol inks… the sky is the limit! Show off your color and join us! Link up your Bring Back Beautiful Challenge creation on the Flourishes Blog to enter. If you upload to SCS, please use the keyword BBB01. You have until August 31st to enter. As we unveil our challenge for September, we’ll share our True Beauties – those card makers who wowed us with this challenge! Winners will be featured on the Flourishes Blog and will receive a True Beauty blog button to display proudly on their blog.
My card uses the floral image from the set, Spring Bouquet. Isn't it amazing? There are so many coloring possibilities with this beauty. I chose to use my Copic markers, I fell in love with Copic markers over a year ago and have never turned back!!
The pattern paper is all from the Memory Box, Jubilee. The soft patterns in this collection just make me smile!!
You ready to Bring Back Beautiful? Check out my fellow Beauty Girls, what AMAZING talent!!
and last but NOT least,
Huh? Right? What a team!! Be sure to check them out and see what they did with COLOR!
Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!
This is a pre-scheduled post as I am out of town. Please scroll down for my Verve Anni-VERVE-sary post.
Stamps - Spring Bouquet
Ink - Memento Tuxedo Black
Paper - Flourishes Classic white cs, black, Jubilee PP (Memory Box),
Accessories - blue sweet blossom (Zva Creative), pink grosgrain, rectangle nesties (Spellbinders), stickles, edge distresser, white lace trim (Melissa Frances)