Tuesday, January 12, 2016

I Love You in Inky Distress Greens

I didn't realize while I was creating this card how Springy the colors are. Good night, it's snowing to beat the band here, and I must subconsciously be thinking of sunshine and warmth. 
I did a lot of inking with Distress green shades on this card... Bundled Sage, Peeled Paint, Twisted Citron, and Lucky Clover.

I put ink on nearly every part of this card including this little scrap of crocheted doily. Next to blue (my very fav) I love green. It's such a fresh color... makes me think of running through a thick lawn of grass barefoot. 
My big pistachio bloom is from Petaloo, the natural burlap string is by May Arts, and the I Love You letter charm and corner pieces are from The Funkie Junkie Boutique.

Love was cut with Alterations Thinlits Celebrate. The flower image from the Idea-ology 12"x12" paper stash Wallflower, and the ephemera piece is Idea-ology as well. My little green velvet flowers and leaves are by Petaloo... a Christmas gift from our son, Seth.
Here you can see my tiny splatters made with my Lucky Clover Distress marker and Spritzer tool.

The yellow flowers are all from I Am Roses.

Wishing you all a warm and sunny day... in our thoughts anyway!

Thanks for stopping by... I so appreciate your visit!


SewPaperPaint said...

I really, really love this card, Linda! I have just been using the same paper. We seem to have similar taste in paper selections. :) This is truly exquisite!

Audrey Pettit said...

Omgoodness, this is stunning! I LOVE green, too! And wow, does this make me yearn for spring! LOVE the detail and love the clusters of flowers. Gorgeous mix of Distress inking, too! Wow!

Ros Crawford said...

Oh I LOVE those shades!! What a beauty Linda!

Tracy said...

Oh that green is just gorgeous! Thank you for the breath of spring. :-)

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