Monday, 25 May 2015

USC21 - Flower Birthday


I had a busy week last week. Lots of events at our school and church (including 3 bake sales!) and it was so hard to watch the happy mail come in and not be able to play! Finally, last night I had a few minutes to sit down and play. I pulled out Uniko Studio's latest Flower Power (#7 to be exact). I love this graphic, symmetrical solid daisy and its matching outline!

I created a rainbow of 'loose' daisies (solids stamped then two outlines for each) and finished with a sentiment from Simply Said Birthday. And sparkly black enamel dots for centres.

I'm linking up to Uniko's Flower challenge.

12 comments:

Sazzle Dazzle said...

Stunning and inspiring as ever Ardyth! Wow I love how you're worked this set. Thanks for playing along in the uniko flower challenge. Sarah x

Brenda said...

Love your cute daisy card Ardyth! Love the pretty rainbow colors and I just love daisies, such a cute CAS card! Hugs, Brenda

Lynn said...

Fabulous! You need to link this up over at the PTI blog hop too!

sandie said...

great to see you at Uniko and what a fab use of this set-love the bold colours and the of set outlines-will be using that-thanks for the inspiration x

Abi said...

So very pretty & fun! I've done a similar thing with punched daisies (when I realised I had way too many of them!). Hope you get lots more time to play with the happy mail xx

Beverley said...

You simply 'ROCK' when it comes to clean, graphic and colourful :) Such wonderful inspiration too. Thanks so much for joining in on the Uniko Studio Challenge. Hugs Bev x

wienerhoneymooners said...

Gorgeous!

foleysfriend said...

Beautiful card; love your work

Jen W. said...

Love the "loose" style. Such a cool look!

Janet a.k.a. swanlady21 said...

Love your flowing rainbow flowers!

Geri said...

Awesome colors - love the order of the colors, the beautiful movement and where you stamped the sentiment - it seems to ground the images!

Anita in France said...

Gorgeous rainbow colours, pretty cascading daisies, glorious white space ... blissful, Ardyth ... just blissful! Bisous, Anita :)