I like the distinctive retro feel to the first one. Browns and oranges combined together in a very graphic, geometric design - does it sound like 60's or what?!
The sketch is SC269 (finally got to play with it!), and the colours are from Tuesday Morning Sketches #34 (enhanced ;)):
Supplies: cardstock: Quill; papers: Basic Grey Offbeat; die-cuts: Kaisercraft Peachy Keen; rub-ons: Fynmark; ribbon: Sullivans; button & twine: stash
The second card is both shabby chic & homespun, thanks to a touch of glitter, and a ton of the yummiest trims. I beat the record with the challenges that it goes to - they just all fit nicely together ;)
- the sketch is GS27 (c'mon, I'm sure you can see it!! lol);
- F4A1- Textures, Colors & Patterns - there's no doubt that the card is brimming with textures, there is an optional patterned paper used, and the colour that I wouldn't normally use is light green. I'm a sucker for bold colour combinations, hence this pastel mix is generally not something that I'd reach for often...
- speaking of colours, they come from Embellish Borders Color Challenge;
- finally there's WT259- For the Love of Lace - this one was easy-peasy, for I love lace!!
Supplies: cardstock: Quill, DCWV; papers: Grant, Kaisercraft Penny Royale; chipboard heart: Bella!; Cuttlebug & Houndstooth embossing folder; Fiskars border punch; sewing machine; buttons, ribbons, lace, rhinestone heart: stash
...and the last one, a true vintage - I haven't tried the style for ages, but the colours of CCEE1008 - Ruby Red, Creamy Caramel & Black, just asked for it! The sketch is TESC102.
Supplies: cardstock: Quill; papers:TRS Trading Group, DCWV, old book; vintage image: printable; letter stickers: Fynmark; Cuttlebug & Textile embossing folder; ink: Versa Color Umber; sand paper; button, string: stash
So, how did you like them? I'm quite curious... :) Thank you so much for being ever so wonderful commenters, I will see you soon!