Friday, August 11, 2017

Friend you amaze me

Happy Friday! I am tired of these 100 degree days I will say that much. Another week of being tired of it and looks like next week will be pretty close to the same. Ugh... But you didn't come here to hear about the heat. ha ha.. It is time for the Power Poppy Friday and some krafty goodness. 


My card today is using Vibrant Thanks. Thought a little kraft cardstock and colored pencils would be fun for today's card. These blooms are stamped in black ink onto the kraft and colored with various colored pencils. I really like how this turned out. Added just a few sequins for accents and Voila!

Be sure to check out the Bloom Brigades creations today:


Don't forget about the Power and Spark challenge and your chance to win $50. Want to be a guest designer for our Hues to Use challenge? Then play along and see if you are next. Have a wonderful day.



Weekend Stamp Steal!!!  Simply Camellias or the Digi Camellia.  Here is one of my favorites I have shared in the past. Enjoy!




5 comments:

CherylQuilts said...

Ooh, Stac, I'm so sorry it's been SO hot out there! You just aren't used to that, are you!? Hope you get some milder weather soon! But I do love your gorgeous zinnias on kraft! And your pencil coloring is fabulous! What a beautiful card, and I love your sequins!! Keep cool, sweet friend, and sending hugs and love! xoxo

Essie said...

Wow--these colors are so great with this pretty zinnia on kraft! Great card!

bensarmom said...

Stacy, this card is just gorgeous! I love the look of pencils on kraft card stock. Wish I could help you with the weather. Here in Ohio we're in the 70's.

Camille Short said...

Oh my goodness that is so cool, I love the single layer you used here, and I love the color choices - makes it look so vintage!!

Leslie Miller said...

Stacy, you did amazing with the pencils on kraft! Wow, wow! I love how you used this zinnia stamp to fill the card with beauty. I'm heading outside later. It was drizzling this morning, but things need to be done after a week of doing everything else. No 100 degrees here!