Thursday, April 7, 2011

UDI Inspiration Challenge #142


hail
Utah Divas Inspiration Challenge today has this picture (above) posted to inspire us...however this is what my utah looks like today...thunder...hail...and rain...brrrr!..welcome to spring huh?


but i was inspired...and this is what i created....
Paper: confetti white..cherry cobbler
Ink: ridinghood red..cherry cobbler..wild wasabi..daffodil delight
Image: tulip clip art
Accessories: sheer daffodil ribbon



i sponged a clip art image on conffetti white cs with ridinghood red..cherry cobbler..wild wasabi and daffodil delight...tied a daffodil colored bow (badly tied i know) and layered on cherry cobbler cs...it cheered me up!

ETA: it is now snowing..BIG..FAT..fluffy flakes..and wet...we have an areal flood warning in effect

13 comments:

  1. very nice, looks springy. hail and rain make for a good day to stay in and stamp!! :o)

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  2. Very pretty! I like the water color look.

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  3. I love this technique you are using!

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  4. I love it! Very soft spring look.

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  5. Beautiful creation. I never thought of clip art. Great idea, and of course it's digi stamping!

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  6. Very pretty! Thanks for visiting my blog...popped, popped, poped, all are o.k. Ha
    Sorry about your terrible weather. The high here today is supposed to be 80 degrees and partly cloudy. Yippee! Spring has really sprung in Alabama.

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  7. Love the look of this. Bummer about the snow!

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  8. Love the watercolor look of this, so soft and so pretty. You had me giggling at Lucky licking his nose. Have an awesome weekend.

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  9. Beautiful watercolor look and I see the inspiration clearly in your card!

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  10. Kari,

    Beautiful watercolor image and that sheer yellow ribbon shimmers so nicely! Wishing you dry weather.

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  11. What a pretty card!! I love how you used the inspiration.

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thanks for leaving me some cyber-hugs!!

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