Friday, 9 October 2015

Muse 136 - Hello


This is my card for this week's Muse challenge. Joan has given us a beautifully watercoloured inspiration:



I focused on Joan's:
-colour scheme (I reversed the white and the kraft, my flowers are sponged with distress inks)
-basic layout
-theme (My flower is created with Hero Arts dies)
-white script sentiment (mine is Paper Smooches)

The deadline for this challenge is Monday morning at 8 am EDT. At that time you can vote for your 3 favourites until Tuesday at 8. Voting results will be posted at noon on Tuesday.

14 comments:

Chriss Blagrave said...

Love, love this one!

Lisa said...

Simply delightful Ardyth! Love the inlaid sentiment!!

Michelle said...

Sometimes I look at the Muse cards and wonder how I will ever make a card with the inspiration, and then I see your beautiful CAS versions and realise that I shouldn't get so distracted by the style on display and just use my own style. :-) This is gorgeous, Ardyth.

sandie said...

What an usual mix of colours and it works so well. Love the blending mix on the inside flower x

lostinpaper said...

Stunning Ardyth! The blue behind the flower is genius!

Anita in France said...

That lovely sponged bloom is gorgeous with the blue and grey, Ardyth! Hugs & bisous, Anita :)

Geri said...

We're back from our nice relaxing week! Love the poinsettia card, adore the Christmas bulb card and crazy in love with the daisy hello!

Joan B said...

Ardyth, can always count on you to do something different with the challenge. Love how this came out!!

Rose said...

Wow! I would never think to use these colours together but your card is really lovely.

Lindsey said...

Just as with Joan's, your pop of blue is unexpected and so awesome! Great sponging of the flower, too.

Tanis Scott said...

Oooh la la! Love how that flower pops!

Jen W. said...

Gorgeous inking on your flower!

Shona Chambers said...

Sorry I'm so behind with this but wanted to let you know how much I LOVE this card and how it is such a cool inspiration for Joan's card. So 'pinning' this one!!

Bobby said...

I love the way your graphic style picked up the colors and mood of Joan's card, Ardyth.