Thursday, November 19, 2009

Dot's & Daisies!



Good Morning!

Dots and more dots and daisies! This card took on a life of it's own! It kinda morphed into lots & lots of dots! Swiss dot embossing, dots in the eyelet border and brads. My color pallet is from Diva Coffee Break Designs color challenge. Real red, sage shadow, night of navy and bordering blue. The sketch is from SCS. My card base is sage shadow layered with whisper white and night of navy. My focal image is upsy daisy stamped in real red. It just occurred to me I forgot the bordering blue! BUMMER :( I think I'm suffering from sleep deprivation! All I see is dots! LOL!

Card update!
Theresa suggested I sponge bordering blue on..... so I did! Here is the new and improved model! Thanks Theresa!

Have yourself a super great day!
Patti

10 comments:

Theresa said...

Patti, you sure are an early bird. Love the card with the dots. Maybe you can sponge on a little bordering blue. Ha! Like that daisy stamp.

Patti J said...

Lol...don't you love it when a card just sort of takes over and 'makes itself'??? That Daisy stamp is very pretty! And I love your color palette, with or without your bordering blue! VERY nice card, my friend!

Kym Weber said...

Wow! Just adding that sponged blue really made a difference! Almost made the flowers pop! Awesome card! Thought for awhile I was seeing dots also - you know dizzy me! LOL Love your card, Patti!

Sue - 'TILLYMINT' said...

Well this card was a joint effort ah! I must say it turned out very well yes there are lots of dots but all those colours are quite strong and it works!!! Great job.

Shelly Koskinen said...

Great job on the color challenge!

Selma said...

Your card is beautiful Patti. I love all the dots and your layout is great.

maryr917 said...

this is such a nice card-I like the edited version as well

redwasher1 said...

Your cards are just fantastic!! I like both versions of it!

Lori said...

Super! Great color combo, the sponged bordering blue is like a shadow, looks great!

Kristin said...

Perfect! With or without the bordering blue it is a great card... but sponging it on ever so subtly is a great idea. Thanks so much for playing!