Saturday, 28 February 2015

Muse 106 - Thank you!


Here's my one-layered take on this week's Muse challenge, where our inspiration comes from Guest Muse Shona:



I focused on the colours and simplified the layout a little. But I kept the shimmer! I used a very old Papertrey background dots stamp and Berry Blaze Kaleidecolor ink. I fit my emdash sentiment into the pattern and then filled in the 'blank' spots with dots of stickles.

You have until Monday morning at 8 am to play along with us in this challenge. At that time voting will start and you can vote for your top 3 favourites (even if you didn't link up a card!) until Tuesday at 8. Voting results will be posted on Tuesday at noon. Hope to see you there!

9 comments:

Cynthia Daugherty said...

simple but with sparkle!

Bobby said...

That kaleidecolor looks great in polka dots, Ardyth.

Tanis Scott said...

Cute! I love the colors. You can't really see them, or the shimmer, in the thumbnail, so I was surprised when I clicked on it!

Shona Chambers said...

This is so fantastic!! And its so funny for you to be making a card inspired by one of mine, when its usually the other way around! I've never used Stickles but must get my hands on some as I wondered how you got that effect. This has been the most amazing week and I've had so much fun visiting the entries. Can now see how fabulous it is for the Muse each week to have their card re-invented. Will have to keep an eye out for your next Design Team Member call!!

Anita in France said...

There I was, admiring, and wondering how you got that gorgeous gradation of colour, Ardyth ... should have read on sooner! The Kaleidecolor dots are delicious ... even more yummy with all that fabulous sparkle! Anita :)

Brenda said...

Love the inspiration card, and love your take on it Ardyth! I think the shimmer is perfect with the stickles and I love the simplicity of this one! Hugs, Brenda

Pam said...

Lov eyour sparkly card! Simple, yet elegant.

Kim Heggins said...

This is just beautiful...love the bits of shimmer!

Jen W. said...

I think I've said this before but I love how you can break a design down to it's simplest elements so that's it's a completely unique card but you can totally tell where the idea came from. This is gorgeous!