Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Grace Be With You - all in yellow!

I have been avoiding this week's Less Is More challenge because it's "yellow" and I find yellow very hard to work with.  But I decided to full embrace it and use yellow along with today's Hump Day challenge which is "tantalizing tone on tone".

Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps 

There is a spritz of gold glimmer mist on the image panel.  (I think that is what is causing it to look so orange in the above photo!)

Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps

I also used today's Splitcoast Sketch Challenge.  The sketch is actually what started my entire card this morning as it seemed perfect to showcase a wonderful sentiment.

  • Stamps: Sweet 'n Sassy Nature Silhouettes and Graceful Calla Lilly (sentiment)
  • Paper: Papertrey Ink Lemon Tart and Harvest Gold
  • Ink: Papertrey Ink Lemon Tart, Harvest Gold and Stampin' Up Daffodil Delight
  • Accessories: Nestabilities label, Papertrey Ink Harvest Gold button, Tattered Angels Gold Glimmer Mist


Suze Bain said...

Oh, I love that panel Kim. A beautiful card. xx

Lisa said...

Beautiful card, beautiful this Kim!!

Chrissie said...

This is lovely Kim, your card showcases the sentiment beautifully!
Thanks so much
"Less is More"

Viv said...

Fabulous card Kim :) Viv xx

Andrea L - EnchantINK said...

Awe-struck. I have an aversion to yellow ... but you have created the perfect card to highlight it! Just beautiful! Hugs xxx

Karin said...

Great card! Love the image!
Greetings, Karin

Susan said...

Kim this is gorgeous! I love that sentiment stamped in yellow. When I try to stamp in a "color" it never looks right to me...but this is perfect!

Jenny said...

I love the tone on tone inking Kim, what a wonderful card :0)
Jenny x

Bonnie said...

A wonderful sentiment and a beautiful setting! I love the tone on tone look.

Marlena M. said...

I love this Kim...the verse, the delicate silhouette all tie together beautifully! I love that the scripture is the focus.

Mandi said...

Gorgeous card Kim
Beautifully crafted as always
Thank you very much
"Less is More"