Wednesday, June 29, 2016

MMHK-105 (Card4,5,6)

Happy Wednesday everybody:

First I want to say I got my Hero Arts Monthly Kit (for April 2016) wrong.  It is 105 not 104 which I was using before.  Sorry about that.

Now onto today's cards.  Last week I was inspired by adult coloring books and created a coloring panel.  I masked and stamped the large flower from the Hero Art Monthly Kit 105 (April 2016) onto a 5 1/2 by 6 inch panel, then I colored with coloring pencils.

I think it turned out alright.  Next I cut it up, yes, I did!!  And made three cards using various parts of it.

First I create a frosted look by adding vellum on top, inspired by this month's challenge on A Blog Named Hero - Vellum.

I think my card is pretty self explanatory, so I will skip the wordy descriptions.

ETA: I am linking up to Virginia's View Challenge #22: All About Colors.

Next up I cut the colored frame into photo corners and add to my stitched panel for this card.

I still have a good size piece left and they became inchies on this third card.

Thanks for stopping by.  I wish you a lovely day.  If you do have any question regarding my card, kindly leave me a comment and I would answer you as soon as I could.  :)


Sue McRae said...

Wow Cindy, your cards are fantabulous! Love how the vellum softens your flower panel on the first card and the floral photo corners on your second card is such a creative element. How wonderful that you were able to get three cards from your one coloured piece!

Daria Z. said...

Wow! Three beautiful cards from one beautiful panel. I especially love the vellum panel.

Betty Keefe said...

what wonderful cards Cindy - especially love the first one!!

Barb Ghig said...

Oh, how BEAUTIFUL, Cindy! Your coloring is amazing, and I love how you used your panel to create 3 really gorgeous cards! I'm so impressed!

Chark said...

gorgeous coloring, love each of these, but the first is my fave!

Greta said...

Oh my goodness--I love every card, Cindy! Your coloring if beautiful & love how creative you were to make the panel into 3 fabulous cards!

Helen Gullett said...

Cindy, these are gorgeous cards, Cindy! The first card is my favorite, perfect with vellum!