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By admin. You might also like. It was fun add some french knots to the flowers center. Thank you for your visit today it is always so appreciated.
Have a great weekend! Hugs, Kathy. Thank YOU! Blue and red daisies! My heart paused at the sight of them the same way it does when I see people cutting stamps.
Thanks for the inspiration! Have a lovely weekend. What beautiful cards! I always admire your work! The softly inked aqua florals are stunning in their simplicity!
The sympathy card is beautiful. Love the subtle shading on the flowers. Splendid cards. I already placed an order however after viewing your creations, I may have to place another.
Your coloring is exquisite, Kathy. Gina K often mentions you on her Stamp and Chat episodes! Really like what you did on that sympathy card…. I think the coloring of the daisies is amazing!
Those colours just pop so well — you certainly did the stamp set justice. How clever to add the french knots!
Your watercolor card looks fabulous to me! Both cards are just amazing! Your coloring amazes me! She is right, you are amazingly talented!!
Amazing coloring and I love the french knots on the aqua flowers, so pretty! I used to x-stitch and do embroidery before discovering card making, I may need to try some of that once again.
Gorgeous cards. I love the vivid colors in the first one your coloring is amazing , and I love the beautiful Cosmos Bloom die in the second one.
This release definitely has something for everyone. I must be spending way too many hrs watching videos if I can identify your work that fast.
Thanks for the inspiration. Wow Kathy, I am here from your site and love this Drawn Daisies card. Your colors are so fabulous, yes, it is like you.
The bright boldness of the colors against the light green background is absolutely stunning. I had to stop and order the stamp before I commented further.
The Cosmos Bloom wafer die is also stunning, which is pale and soft, unlike you. Thank you for sharing! It does make an amazing difference.
Love the sympathy card and needlework center! Kathy- good to see you on the hop, and love that you used one of your coloring challenge pieces for your photo backdrop.
Thanks for sharing your creative talents on the hop. Be Well! Beautiful cards. The daisies have so much depth and dimension.
I love the colors you used. Your coloring on the cosmos die is so soft and pretty. Love your cards and the beautiful colors you picked to make them!
Thanks so much for sharing your techniques. All of your flowers are so pretty! I love the colours you chose and used together! Very striking.
Kathy, the leaves on the daisy are amazing. They look like they pop off the card. Fantastic job of coloring. Love your cards. Thanks for sharing.
Btw the last 30 day coloring challenge has helped me to do more with card making even with the busy gardening season.
This was so good for me to see. I found I could see the effect of the white gel pen more. Glad you didnt trash it!
The sympathy card stole my heart!! I love those flowers and making one dimensional is just gorgeous. Great coloring as always.
Really like the use of french knots to make a center for the cosmos. Thanks for sharing! Dear Cathy When I see your name my heart beats faster as I know you will always create beauties and this time is no exception.
Love the daisies and adding french knots to the card just popped it. Thank you for teaching me how to colour. I want to buy a set of colour pencils but i dont know what to buy as i dont want to waste my money.
If you have some time pls do a post on what a beginner should buy. I love the use of the different colours and a nice change from the usual pastel colours I always use.
And I love how you used the flower die, the soft colouring around the edge is perfection. You have created 2 wonderfully striking cards, Kathy!
As always they are standouts!! I must admit I love the second with those lovely die cut flowers on the background and the raised one taking centre stage!
Thanks once again for the inspiration! Take care! Stunning colour mix on first card, adore that you always have the confidence to pop it up an extra step.
So much cuteness on the new release, where do I start at? I did a double take when I saw the second card. I was trying to figure out how you stacked up seed beads and then I realized that you had made French knots.
I did needlepoint, counted cross-stitch, and quilting before card making. Think I like card making the most of all!
Kathy, your first card is striking! The second card is my favourite as I love the gentle touches of blue on the edges of the flowers.
Beautiful cards! Both are great cards.