I love morning glories, they're some of my favorite flowers. I also love hydrangeas and orchids, if you're curious :) When we lived in North Carolina, I had some morning glories in our backyard.
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I had morning glories in all different colors, from a pretty cornflower blue to the striking dark purple Grandpa Ott variety, and I also planted some moonflowers and four o'clocks in there too so I had flowers all day. Well, until the hubs put undiluted Miracle Grow on them...did you know that can kill plants? The moonflowers were HUGE, too.
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I think the sentiment on this one should be scooched over just a little down and left...I try hard at CAS cards but it's so difficult to get everything in just the right place! Anyway, that's it for the flashback part of today's post, so here's the card that took me all afternoon to make:
I was going for a Grandpa Ott morning glory :) I thought I'd try something a little different and embossed the image with clear EP on white cardstock, then colored it in with my (retired, but still missed) Watercolor Wonder Crayons. Actually I think the shading looks a little bit better IRL than it does on the picture, and when I was halfway done with coloring it in I thought I'd made a mistake, but I ended up liking the finished image better than I thought I would. I used this week's sketch from Freshly Made Sketches:
I'm a little bothered by the white space to the left of the sentiment, but I couldn't think of anything to put there that wouldn't make the card too busy so I left it as is. And I know who's getting this card too, so now I just need to pull out my postage stamps and get to writin' so I can send along some happy mail! But not 'til after dinner.
Thanks for stopping by!
Supplies, last card only:
Stamps: Morning Soft, Elegant Cheer
Ink: Versamark, Garden Green
Paper: Wild Wasabi, Whisper White, retired Elegant Eggplant DSP
Accessories: Circles & Windows Collection Framelits, clear EP, pearls, Dimensionals, retired Watercolor Wonder Crayons