Monday, July 18, 2016

Mojo Monday #457

Hope this Monday morning finds you starting off the week with a bang! Julee has another fun Mojo Monday Challenge sketch for us, so hope you'll find time to play along.  I tweaked it a bit by adding borders to give the illusion of a horizontal panel.  Again, I couldn't resist reaching for one of the borders in Reverse Confetti's Edge Essentials Confetti Cuts.
The sentiment is from Verve's Surely Goodness set and the florals are from the Poppy Birthday set (I just love these funky versions of one of my fave flowers!).  I added black Enamel Accents to the flower centers (hard to capture the shine in the photograph).

The watercolored background was created by the following distress inks on Ranger watercolor cardstock: Mowed Lawn, Peeled Paint, Broken China and Peacock Feathers.  I then embossed it with Cuttlebug's large dotted embossing folder.  I used Festive Berries and Carved Pumpkin distress inks to watercolor the poppies. 

Need some more inspiration for this sketch?  Click on the mojomakers' blog links can go to the Mojo Monday blog and click on the first seven thumbnails.

Julee Tilman (Owner)
Justin Krieger
Lori Tecler
Marisa Ritzen 
Sarah Bigelow
Teresa Kline

Wanda Cullen (you are here)


EYSchmitt said...

Ooh...I like the flower and could see using that simple shape in a quilt with the black lines machine-quilted or even done in embroidery thread! Going to put that in my 'idea' file.....

JoAnn said...

Very pretty. Love the flowers and the sentiment.

Kim said...

I love lots of stuff about your card Wanda!! First off, I like that you didn't make the panels in the sketch real obvious. Your flowers look so pretty as the smaller piece. The green and blue bg are really a beautiful part of your card. GREAT going!! :>)

Petra Swart said...

Love your very pretty poppies and the small dotted black lines, Wanda!!!! Your watercolouring looks wonderful and the large embossed dots add lovely texture!!!! Love the paperclip, too!!! So beautiful!!!