how are you?
Today, I'd like to show you two cards I created from a colouring book page.
The page was about 15 by 20 cm and I had coloured it with my ZIG Clean Color Real Brush Markers. I loved the design and also how the colouring had turned out, so I decided to use it for a Birthday card.
I covered the whole card front with the part of the page I wanted and added a very simple sentiment. My apple green cardstock matches the green in the colouring pretty perfectly, so used it to die cut the word Happy and stamped the Birthday on a black banner and heat embossing it in white.
I combined it with a vellum envelope, which I thought looked really cool.
As I had chosen the best part of my sheet I didn't have enough left, to cover another card front, but I wanted to use the rest anyway.
So I covered my card front with a wood print patterned paper. I cut along the edge of the flowers, leaving a white border. Then I adhered the piece to the card with foam tape.
The sentiment reads "for your Birthday" and was heat embossed in white on a black banner.
Which one do you prefer? My clear favourite is the first, simply because I love the falling petals and that was the piece of the image I wanted to use most. But I still like how the second card turned out.
Hope you have a great day!
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Both cards are so beautiful. Well done! Many thanks for joining us at Creative Friday.ReplyDelete
Fabulous coloring! Great use to get 2 cards out of it also! Thanks for joining in at STBReplyDelete
Such lovely, delicate colouring, Ela ... they're both gorgeous! One is deliciously clean and fresh with all that white space, the other has a wonderful rustic feel with the woodgrain background! Anita :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful work, Thank you for joining at Addicted to Stamps and More and waiting to see next time.ReplyDelete
Beautiful colouring. Brilliant idea to turn the colouring page into cards. xReplyDelete
Super beautiful! The first one is my favourite :-)ReplyDelete
Thanks for joining us at Creative Friday
Oh these are pretty and what a great idea to use a colouring page as a card. Hmm which do I prefer, well they're both beautiful but I can't resist some fussy cutting and wood so my pick is the second, it's got rustic charm xReplyDelete