Hi all and Happy Sunday! Hope you're enjoying the last bit of your weekend. I actually had some time to create and thought I'd share! Since Friday I had fun creating with fall in mind, I thought I'd get back at it and color up one of my favorite flowers -- sunflowers!
On to my creation!
I decided to pick up the Flourishes Set Seasonal Wreaths and my Copics for this one. And..... to serve as my inspiration, I checked out last Monday's Mojo Monday sketch. You could choose round... or square! See?
Here's a close up! You can see I did add a little razzle dazzle with some glitter glue as well!
This card also qualifies for last Tuesday's Timeless Tuesday (FTTC188) -- which is to create a fall themed card. I think this fits the bill! Click HERE to check out that challenge!
And that, my friends, is it! Well, I'm out the door headed to a Taste of Home Cooking School. Ever been to one of those? I hear it's a fun afternoon with lots of recipes, lots of good food. I'm going with a friend, so regardless -- should be fun! Hope you enjoy today and have a great start to your week! I'll see you back here soon!
Your coloring is amazing and I'm loving this circle layout!!!
Truly gorgeous, Julie!! I love how you colored your flowers in, especially the Lilacs! I think you've inspired me to do a circle shaped card, too :)
By the way, I am super jealous of your Taste of Home Cooking School outing!! I have wanted to go for years, since my mom went to one and raved about the recipes and tasty food :)
Thank you for playing along with us :)
Such a beauty! Your coloring is wonderful & the stitching is just the right touch!
Julie, such a magnificent card! I love the bright colors, and the way you've created dimension. Very elegant.
Looks SO great Julie! I love the contrast between the yellow sunflowers and the purples in the wreath!
Hop you had a tasty afternoon!
Oh so pretty!! Love your version of the sketch. Such gorgeous colouring!
Just beautiful Julie. I love that set and you have colored is so perfectly. :)
Julie, this is gorgeous!! I'm so glad you could play along with us at the FTTC!
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