Thursday

Double Take Thursday - Bright Colours...ooops

Well, Beth challenged me this week to do a bright coloured card. Honestly, this one started out bright, but the more I coloured and shaded the darker it became! The paper is bright though, and there is gorgeous blue foil on it! Bright, right? lol....

The stamp is from Stamp Oasis, and had never seen ink before! I love this stamp and I thought the sentiment went perfect with it. I used my Nestabilites to do the large scallop circle. The image was coloured in with Copic markers, and the Spica Glitter Pens. In real life this card shimmer like you wouldn't believe! I added some dewdrops for a bit of an accent, but I didn't want the card to get too busy, so I left it at that.

I know that Beth will have created a "true" bright card...and as always gorgeous!! I am heading over there right now, swing by her blog if you have a chance! I am so happy that Beth is back blogging after a week off...I missed doing these challenges, and of course missed her posts! Thanks for playing Beth, and thank you all for stopping by!

:)
Have a wonderful day!
Kim

8 comments:

Kim H. said...

WOW this is gorgeous! I love the colors and the image! So cool! I think it is a pretty great bright card!

Beth Norman said...

How did someone beat me to the comment? You just posted--LOL. Truly a gorgeous card. I knew this was going to be a tough challenge for you, and a little unfair, because bright is my style and soft and elegant is yours. Beautiful, beautiful card. Thanks for playing.

Donna said...

Wow!!!! Breath taking!

Penny said...

Oh my goodness, what a totally gorgeous card and a stunning stamp. Your colouring and foiling is beautiful!

Michelle said...

This is really pretty! I love the colors you chose!

Deborah said...

GREAT colouring Kim...yep...you've got your Copics all figured out! :)

Kathi Rerek said...

You did a great job getting outside your comfort zone. The card is beautiful.

heidi baldini said...

Beautiful!!! thanks for the comment on my blog! love your work!!

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