9.27.2014

Amazing in Gold and White with Pastels


Taheerah posted this awesome photo as the inspiration for the Cure For the Monday Blues Challenge and I instantly fell in love with it. Because she kindly extended the deadline, I managed to squeeze a card in for it today! I loved the whites and golds that are dominant in the photo, but the bits of black and pastel colors, like the wall in the background also inspired me. The computer screen made me think to pull out this awesome Newton's Nook Frame stamp and emboss it in gold. The text on the screen led me to search for a mixed font sentiment from WPlus9 and the acrylic chair just SCREAMED shaker to me. So... this is what came from all of that thinking...

DSCN5438


I filled my shaker with some white and tiny clear sequins. I kind of love it. Like, lots. For reals, though. And those Little B flower dies.... LOVE! I added those, as I felt it needed just a *touch* of pink and the floral paper decor in the photo inspired that a bit, as well.

DSCN5439


So, there you have it!

Have a Happy!


12 comments:

  1. Oh, totally see how you were inspired. Great shaker card... the fonts in the sentiment are perfect to mimic the computer screen.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Gorgeous! Amazing take on the inspiration!

    ReplyDelete
  3. This has to be a winner! It is an awesome card…and a beautiful take on the inspiration photo! LOVE everything about it!

    ReplyDelete
  4. Dude. This is totally amazing! *Love* that shaker frame and those die cut flowers are such a perfect touch to bring in additional colour and elements from the inspiration. I am gaga over this card. For reals. Thanks so much for playing to find a Cure For The Monday Blues!

    ReplyDelete
  5. LOVE the shaker in the picture, and I really love those flower die cuts too, perfect color!

    ReplyDelete
  6. wow this is stunning!!! Love the clear sequins in the shaker with a white background!

    ReplyDelete
  7. AWESOME! Love the shaker frame idea!

    ReplyDelete

Please leave a comment. They make me happy. I am a BIG FAN of Happy. For reals, though.

ShareThis