Color my world with family, friends and some time to be creative making cards!

Gotta Love Tulips!


We have a Photo Challenge over at Just Us Girls that has so much going on you are bound to get inspired by one part or another. It’s always fun to see how different each of the DT members and guest cards are, and how each one of us is inspired differently.  Right away when I saw all the florals on the table I knew I was going to get out one of my old SU sets that I really enjoy.  I was drawn to the color orange and green that is evident throughout the photo and the pattern along the fence at the top of the picture.  That is where my triangular background came to be. I used my white background and scalloped die to pick up the rounded edges of the doilies on the table.  I used gold sequins to replica the round decorations on the fence. I used Copics and Colored pencils as my medium.

Please come by and check out the rest of my teammate’s cards and join us! Nanc’

8 thoughts on “Gotta Love Tulips!

  1. So pretty. Love the orange tulips and all the lovely details on your card.
    Have a great weekend my friend.

  2. This is a beautiful card design. I love the colors you used for it.

  3. I do love tulips! This is wonderful and I love your beautiful background too!

  4. So pretty with the stenciled background. Love the tulips 🙂

  5. I love to read how people are inspired by these photo challenges. Yours is no exception! Love this card. So pretty!

  6. You certainly picked a lot of lovely ideas from that gorgeous photo Nancy. Love the stamp you used and the bold orange. Super background and your scallop die and green backing sure makes those flowers pop. Love this one!

  7. I love all of the images in the photo that inspired this beauty! I love the image you chose and you have colored it perfectly. The softness of that background pairs up perfectly with your delicate tulips.

  8. You chose so many details from the photo for your beautiful card, Nancy. I love those orange roses and your stenciled background to mimic the fence.

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