Friday, December 27, 2013

Folk Art

My mojo seems to have gotten lost through all the busyness of Christmas. This
card simply didn't turn out like I envisioned, but it is what it is. I used Chupa's layout for the Sketchbook Saturday Challenge and was inspired by the folk art photo for the CASE Study Challenge - a posting by Cath Edvalson, the current Moxie Fab muse.

These colors are rather unusual, but thought they were appropriate for the colorful folk art theme I was going for.

What did I use?
STAMPS: Triple Treat Flower (SU), Loving Thoughts (SU)
PAPER: Indie Chic "Ginger" by MME, Going Gray, Vintage Cream
INK: Smoky Slate
ACCESSORIES: Blossom Two Nestabilities by SB, Ribbon Banners die by SB, 5 petal punch and large blossom punch by SU, Leaves die by Cheery Lynn Designs, Corner Chomper, Enamel dot by MME>


Tracy Ercole said...

Lovely card, the colours look great together

AB. said...

Stunning card! Really love the layout and the colours! xx

Anonymous said...

What a beautiful card! Love the layered flowers and pretty color combination too!
Thanks for the inspiration :)
-Helen Gullett-

Aimes said...

Love the folk-art feel of this card!
Thanks for studying with us at CASE Study! :)

Jeanne J. said...

Wanda this is so elegant looking - love your color choices and the delicate frond die cuts. Gorgeous!

Iwona Palamountain (Chupa) said...

So totally lovely! Great colours and the floral arrangement is a masterpiece. I hope you had a fantastic Christmas and I wish you an even better New Year :)