Thursday, April 10, 2014

Squeaking In

With less than two hours to go for the current Curtain Call Challenge, I actually have a card. I finished it yesterday, but had so much going on that I had to wait to post it until this morning. So will cut to the chase, no chatter this morning.



And mine in non-traditional colors:




Neenah white base, with a scrap of dp, and scraps of orange and green. The onsies stamps are from Newtons Nook, the sentiment from SU. Black SU ink, and Copic markers on the onsies. Red, blue and orange sequins, and a bit of KF twine for the clothesline. The frame was cut with an MFT die.

And while I'm here, I might as well add the second card. One for The Card Concept Challenge. Using a chipboard butterfly, I kept this one simple. Not CAS, but more clean and layered...I think.




And my butterfly looks like this:




Again a Neenah white base, a Gina K. woodgrain textured panel, three little pearls, a scrap of green ribbon, a PTI sentiment and some Ranger green ink. EZPZ. I don't remember who made the butterfly, sorry. It really looks pretty irl. So before I'm off and running AGAIN today, happy dances everyone.


9 comments:

Kelly Griglione said...

Great cards, Bev!! Really love how you mimicked the circles on your patterned paper with the sequins. And your muted butterfly is beautiful!

keren said...

Love this- it's so refreshing to see a baby card that's bright and beautiful rather than just pastel ( altho there's def a place for pastel new baby cards!). Your blog always makes me smile! x

cm said...

A duo of delight here, busy Bev! The baby card is sheer adorable-ness. As for the butterfly, what can I say but LOVE! Gorgeous, pretty and stunning! WOW!! Hugs~c

Darnell J Knauss said...

Thanks for the email, Bevie. It's so good to see you crafting! Between the YKWs and being constantly on the go, you amaze me that you can squeeze in cards and blogging! Both cards are fabulous! I love that the paper background on the baby card reminds me of a mobile! And your butterfly card is so elegant!! Take care! Hugs, Darnell

Geri said...

My oh my...you have definitely been making up for lost time! Ya kicked those YKW's to the curb and off you went a'craftin!

First up - the gorgeously sweet baby card! These colors are awesome - fun & fresh! The wee perfectly cut onsies are adorable, the three blings are perfectly placed and the clothesline creates a fun 'swinging/rocking' rhythym to your card! Yep - shout outs coming for this happy card!

Next, the mouth dropping elegance of your butterly card! Wow Bev! This is stunning! The three pearls in varying sizes - wow; the ribbon - wow; the gorgeous butterfly showcased so beautifully in the circel cut-out - another wow; and the curved bottom with the sentiment so perfectly placed....off the charts WOW! Yep, more kudos heading your way!

Jennifer Jackson said...

These cards are adorable! I was checking out the Curtain Call challenge entries and just love what you created with the bright and colorful onsies and the sequins above them! So cute. Your butterfly card is pretty too - love the curve along the bottom!

Anita in France said...

Such cute adorability in your first card, Bev ... love the DP ... looks as though it should be edible it's so delicious! Perfect paired with those sweet onesies! The butterfly is quite simply elegant, elegant, elegant ... such soft, subtle colours brilliantly complemented by the ribbon and pearls ... lovely! Hugs, Anita :)

Deanna Dean said...

Beautiful choice of colors. I love the softness of your card and that beautiful butterfly. So glad you were able to join us at The Card Concept.

Kim S said...

I love your vivid baby colors! Personally, I am so not a pastel person that it's hard for me to do sweet, pastel baby cards. Plus, I've always thought that the bright, cheerful colors were really what new parents needed!! Great job!

Speaking of pastels(!) - the butterfly is so elegant! I love the curve highlighting the sentiment - a lovely touch!