A hearty September Fifteenth Welcome to you, my blogging friends, and my newest followers - Jackie, Christina, Marfa, Emmy, Anita, - and my latest friends from Bloglovin and other Readers!
May I introduce Clever Chloe by artist Sherri Baldy?
Some of the most amazing digi images are available at Scrapbook Stamp Society - from just way too cute, to beautifully realistic, and fabulous fantasies - so whatever you think you want (or don't know what you want, yet!) hop on over and see what's new.
Today I'm using the Clever Chloe partially-colored image to show how quick and easy cards can be assembled in no time! (Sorry the purple vines are showing up as black below - not sure why)
All the papers are older neglected items from my stash, and the card is a simple 5x7 fold, it came together so easily! Even though the coloring is the same in both images, the subtle shading around the Spellbinders dies changes the look.
Even the leaves are from two papers - a darker olive to provide a bit of drama. Chloe is sporting a nice cool seersucker sun dress because she is visiting us in very hot, humid Florida - it's the perfect attire!
Her headband, dress, ribbons on her shoes are all colored. Just the ruffle, glasses, flowers and buttons need a little touch up to customize your creation.
Have you noticed anything unusual about these two cards, considering who created them? If you can guess, your name will go into September's Blog Candy drawing. (remember, no need to follow my blog to win)
One last look at the twins:
Thanks for stopping by! The Blog Candy Drawing will be at the end of September.
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