Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Practice makes ... pretty close to perfect! WCMC9 #9

Hello again! 

After ogling a card made by Maria Peters on IG this morning, I thought I'd try out some ink combinations ... have you done this before... 

What started out as a practice bloom, using @concordand9th Brushed Blossom ALL the wrong way, turned out to be what looks pretty close to a daisy to me ... which then became a card for the current Where Creativity Meets C9 challenge!  Phew!  are you still with me?  =]



 
Hope your mid-week is treating you splendidly!
 
=]  Michele

15 comments:

LauraJane:) said...

SUPER SPLENDID!! LOVE, LOVE THIS Michele!

lostinpaper said...

hahaha, doesn't look all wrong from here, still pretty in pink and a flower, ticks quite a few boxes really!

Lisa Elton said...

Well, I don't know what it was supposed to be, but it looks pretty awesome to me!! It's a happy little flower perfect for spring. I love the row of speckle you added, super cute!!

cm said...

No wrong way at all, Michele; your 'stylized' version of Brushed Bloom, transformed into a daisy is pure genius and wonderfully pretty, to boot! Lovin' it (and you!)!
Hugs~c

Cat Craig said...

I love the tilt and the dots going acorss everything.

Lynn said...

Love this...your stamping is beautiful and I really love the splatter stamps.

Anita in France said...

Whichever way round you did it, Michele, this is beautiful ... and what a fabulous sentiment ... I think you are too, my friend! Hugs, Anita :)

Jeanne said...

Fabulous! Creativity is a magical thing and you've got it in spades, my dear. Fantastic card. :)

Nora N. said...

Is there really a right or wrong way to use a stamp set? I think your way is beautiful and I like when designers see things a different way. Beautiful card!!

Barb Ghig said...

So beautiful, Michele! Do you mean that you flipped the stamp over? It looks amazing...so creative and I love the two shades of pink! Loving those fun horizontal splatters/dots you added, too!

Bobby said...

Serendipity, Michele. You invented a new use for that stamp. ;) I love the tiled panels and that fabulous sentiment.

SueB said...

I think THIS CARD is delightful; thanx for the inspiration!

~amy~ said...

Oh, I adore this...pink + green = yes, please!
May I ask what green ink you used?

Kristie Goulet said...

Lovely, Michele!! Doing a bit of catch-up commenting today. ;)

Katie Ann Brooks said...

this is delightful!