The first card up is for the Muse Challenge. This was actually the easy one. The idea came fast, and the process was more or less fast. For my card, I pulled the die cut sentiments, primaryish color scheme, and linear design of the pattern. Wait till you see Therese's card...it has so much inspiration, and you can just take this and run in a million different directions.
Here's my interpretation:
I found this piece of OA dp, and loved the bright colors. The rest of the papers are scraps. I cut the two happys using MB dies. A few Michaels sequins and done! Inside it actually says 'birthday.' So easy peasy lemon squeezy!
The next challenge is Less is More's use the colors of your bedroom. My bedroom is full of yellows, blues, and whites. It's sunny, cheerful, and a bit girly. But not too froo-froo. I have to say it's a joy (nearly) every morning to wake up there. Not a fancy place, but it's just right for me. It's one of my favorite places, and the place I miss the most when I'm traveling. This card started out with flowers. Lots of flowers. Lots of flower stamps...they are still strewn all over my work space...In the end, I didn't use a single one.
And my card:
Scraps of yellow and blue cardstock, and a bit of white, on a Neenah white base. I cut the yellow apart and popped it up, which doesn't really show here. The big stamp is an old one, from Stampabilities, and I used some Studio G blue ink. The sentiment is from one of my favorite birthday sets by PTI. Three Michaels blue pearls and done. And so is this post! Happy dances everyone.