My first card is actually for CR84FN36 Color Challenge as well. And here's their wonderful color combination.
For this card, I used Le Cirque as well as the Le Cirque designer die. I haven't gotten the hang of stamping the scalloped oval yet. I believe I stamped it and die cut it 5 times. I finally gave up and picked the best out of the lot. LOL! ;P
I made a background out of the ticket stamps and made a window for my beautiful balancing lady. I also inked the edges and distressed some panels to make my card a little vintage.
My second card is for Card Patterns Sketch 128. It's waaaaay late for the challenge, but I loved the pretty sketch and decided to go with it. For this card, I used WPlus9 Very Vintage Greetings. The leaves are from Woodgrain Silhouettes Addition. I went for a bit softer and frillier card with this one.
I hope your week is going well. I'll see you all again soon! :)
Both are wonderful! Love the circus feel of the first with the panel of tickets! The flower and pretty flourish on the second are great!ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards, Jean! I love how you used the leaves from Woodgrain Silhouettes behind your flower--I'll definitely have to remember that!ReplyDelete
Hope you're feeling better!
Both are absolutely stunning. I love the ticket background and the oval looks pretty darn good to me. The second one is just as pretty with the purple and turquoise combo. :)ReplyDelete
Your time off has definately not diminished your Mojo Jean, these are stunning! love them both, the fabulous bloom in the second really caught my eye! :)ReplyDelete
GORGEOUS!!! love both cards, and you might "talk" me into those vintage greeting stamps!! You make them look wonderful!ReplyDelete
These are absolutely gorgeous, Jean! We missed you last month and are so glad to have you back! Thank you so much, too, for the kind words you left on my blog!ReplyDelete
Such pretty cards! Thanks for joining along with CR84FN :)ReplyDelete
Jean, these cards are STUNNING!!! WOW! Love your take on the CR84FN colors! Hope you are feeling better! Thanks so much for playing along with CR84FN!ReplyDelete
These are both gorgeous, Jean!! I especially LOVE the first one...you used Le Cirque so perfectly!! Great job with the colors, and the sketches!!ReplyDelete