I took the image and put it on my Word document twice, then I turned the branches to try and form a heart shape to fold around the sentiment.
There are a few challenges I played along with for this card.....the colors are from the current Power Poppy Hues to Use, the theme of love and the use of sparkle (I used silver Stickles in the middle of the open flowers) is for the Power Poppy Monthly Power and Spark challenge and last but not least the love theme is also for the Be My Valentine theme at The Paper Players.
What a cute little card, love the flowers. Great project. TFS!ReplyDelete
Those blossoms are coloured so beautifully that they look 3D. I like the way the branches almost form their own heart shape. Thanks for joining us at The Paper Players.ReplyDelete
Lisa, this is gorgeous! Those lovely cherry blossoms make me long for Spring! The sentiment is perfect for your Valentine! SO happy you made my challenge shine at The Paper Players! XXReplyDelete
Lovely card! Those cherry blossoms are just beautiful!ReplyDelete
Such a pretty card and beautifully colored image. Love that it brings back such fond memories of your Grandparents :) Thanks for sharing with us over at The Paper Players this week!ReplyDelete
This is just beautiful Lisa. You coloured these blooms up perfectly! Such a sweet memory of your grandma, someday I’d like to see the cherry blossoms bloom in DC too. Thanks for joining us at Power Poppy!ReplyDelete
I am so inspired by your blossoms!! Makes me want to throw open the doors and windows & hear the bird songs!! Unfortunately it is in the teens temp wise so bad idea!! At least I can have fun coloring :) The inspiration photo is also wonderful, can we incorporate the deep berry color too?ReplyDelete
Beautiful and so delicate feeling!!! Thanks for playing in Power Poppy's Power and Spark challenge this month.ReplyDelete
Lisa, this is gorgeous, and I love how you've positioned the two branches and added this sweet sentiment! Beautifully colored! Hugs!ReplyDelete
Wow, Lisa, your card just sums up what artistry and skill in card making is all about... great vision for this card, and such a lovely result.ReplyDelete