I've really whooshed in here today, carried by gale force winds and washed down by buckets of rain. You know we desperately need it, but now, sadly, lots of folks are dealing with flooding, power outrages, and downed trees. When it rains, it pours. Both US coasts are being dumped on and I'm hoping you are all weathering okay where you are.
I've made a couple of clean and very, very simple turkoise cards for your visual pleasure. First up:
I was pleased with it, pure as it was with all that sparkly blue white space, but then Hammy handed me a silver glimmery star to see what that would look like hanging from the northwest corner of the pine forest:
I don't care what the hamster says, I really love this card just as it is without any additional stars, bling, or sediment. Don't you wish you could run your finger over that picture? Or am I the only one who actually reaches for the monitor when something touchable appears? You know, like Ryan on my last post. Settle down.
- AAA Cards, where the theme is "Blue, Blue, Blue Christmas Challenge."
- Less Is More Color Week. (I'd like to thank Chrissie and the lovely ladies of the Design Team for the honor of being Showcased last week!)
- Pals Paper Arts (PPA231), which is also a color challenge this week.
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