I noted recently that I can color images fairly fast, but it takes me all day and many false starts to design a card. That’s why — in case you hadn’t noticed — I’ve been creating so many flip cards lately. The format is easy to create and the end product is impressive.
I decided that I was trying too hard, so I just picked a color scheme — white, blue, and green — and cut a few pieces of cardstock and laid them out. Add a ribbon, a little bling, and there you are.
Inside sentiment: Swing High!
Cardstock: Bazzill Basics
Patterned Paper: American Crafts 12×12 Double Sided Cardstock (368338)
Digital Stamps: Swing High by Mo’s Digital Pencil
Punches: Martha Stewart Crafts Edger Doily Punch
Embellishments: Queen & Co. Twinkle Goosebumps; Celebrate It Tempo Ribbon in sheer blue; Crystal Stickers Pearls
Copic® Markers: E000, E00, E02, R20 (skin); YG00, G82, YG63, YG67, R20 (dress); E30, E33, E35 (hair); E30, E33, E35, W1, W3 (rope and swing)
Adding my card to Bronte and Bella’s Challenge (Mo’s Digital Pencil).
3 thoughts on “Life’s Short…. Swing High!”
Nice – love the colors! And you rock the swing cards!
Most of the time I’m too lazy to attempt a difficult design, but this card is a great example of a simple one that packs a punch. The floral paper gives a great outdoor feel and the image itself adds lots of movement. Fantastic card! Thanks so much for joining us for our challenge at Mo’s!
I LOVE this card!! its perfect.
Thank you so much for sharing her with us over on the DP2 challenge blog
hugs Lou xx