Razzleberry Art

Happy Monday all. Monday already, and February. How did that happen???

Here are some birthday cards I worked up last weekend, mostly last Monday while it was snowing. I was inspired by a color challenge at The Color Throwdown, but I ran out of steam before I got any done to post by their deadline. The challenge was Plum, Cream and Black and I knew immediately it would work with Rich Razzleberry! Here is the first card I came up with. I was shooting to do several of these for birthday's I missed in January.

Card base is Rich Razzleberry, accent layer of Basic Black and background of Very Vanilla that I textured with the new Painted Texture 3D folder. Love that background! I added Mossy Meadow to the mix for my flower stems. I stamped the flower and leaves on Very Vanilla and cut with the coordinating Floral Gallery dies. I was trying to add a little more black and found a retired shimmery ribbon and some sequins. The sequins are from the Poppy suite last year and they do not come with adhesive. More fun with the Fine Tip glue! I really thought they would pop right off once dry, but they do not! Quite secure. It is a little bit of work though! I like the look, what do you think? They saying and the tab it is on are also from this stamp and die set.

Here are two more versions. This one, I added pearls instead of the sequins. 

Much more subtle but I like it too. I think I could have used larger pearls too, this size almost gets lost!

And the last version, no accents but the ribbon.

Likely I just got lazy here! But let me know if you like pearls or sequins better than plain and I can still add them! Hoping to mail at least a few of these today!

Thanks for stopping by! Product details and shopping links below.

Click HERE to Shop My Online Store!

No comments: