I have so many beautiful cards to share with you over the coming weeks, all created by members of my Stampin’ Pretty Pals group (all levels). Today’s card collection is in shades of yellow–I’m a little OCD when it comes to wanting things to coordinate. I’m so proud of their talent and creativity and encourage you to leave a comment at the end of this post if there’s a card or idea that stands out for you. Or, please visit their blogs (where available) to see more!
The first card (above) is by Mike Funke. The Pleasant Poppies stamp looks amazing layered over the En Fran?ais background. Oooh la la! Mike sends it home with gorgeous coloring and a 3-D butterfly. See Mike’s Stampin’ Style Blog.
Windy Ellard puts together a splashy mix of Daffodil Delight, Island Indigo and Melon Mambo. Three simple butterflies keep the look clean while Paper Piercing and the texture of the Stampin’ Up! Fancy Fan Embossing folder add a sophisticated touch.
If you love clean and graphic, Kris Kilcoyne’s card will make you smile. She offers an In Color comparison of Stampin’ Up! yellows while creating a quick card that packs a punch (literally and figuratively). See Kris’s Kween Bee Blog.
Anyone else miss this retired Stampin’ Up! striped ribbon besides me? It’s the perfect backdrop to this card created by Janice Warhank. Black looks so crisp next to yellow. Check out Janice’s Stampin’ Daze Blog.
Kindra Delaney brings on the sunshine in Daffodil Delight and Old Olive. I love the multiple colored butterfly (double layered with an Old Olive butterfly below) and the center of the flower is heat embossed for shiny definition. The pearls are the perfect touch.
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You are so supportive and encouraging. That’s what makes you such a great upline and friend. Sheila (Stampin’ Pretty Pal)