Instead of circle, I went with hearts because I have need of a "hugs" card!
I found some sweet and simple paper to use in my layers. I did slightly pop each layer for interest. And I added a sprinkling of flowers around the "hugs".
I don't have much time to chatter. My oldest son is home from college and has somehow not managed to get a summer job. I'm not happy about his lack of employment. So I figure for the privilege of room and board, phone, health insurance, etc. - he's going to work for me!! I'm having him re-paint all of the kitchen cabinets - inside and out. I tried about a dozen colored paint samples on the cabinets before I went an entirely different direction with white cabinets and golden walls (thus requiring even more painting since I added painting the walls!) He was already frustrated with me, then I sent him off the deep-end when I decided to leave a few cabinet doors off for open shelving with an accent paint in the back (which he had already painted white!!) So I think I had better get myself off to Home Depot to pick out the accent paint.
Hope to see you playing along!
Oh, I love this, Kim! The colors and hearts are perfect for a hugs card. It sounds like you might come out ahead by your son's lack of a summer job. And next summer he'll have painting experience to put on his resume. :)ReplyDelete
So pretty! Great colours!ReplyDelete
I love your nesting hearts with their sweet patterns and soft colors! Perfect to send hugs! And sounds like you have a good plan for his summer job!ReplyDelete
I like that you used hearts Kim, this is a darling card! I have white cabinets, love them!ReplyDelete
Your heart card has certainly captured my heart! Gorgeous! Good on your for 'hiring' your son to take care of painting; I'm sure the results will be fabulous!ReplyDelete
Kim, this card is just too sweet! I love those little hearts and those adorable little flowers! Too perfect!ReplyDelete
Great use of negative space! And I love hearts and flowers so a triply win for me :)ReplyDelete
The pops of the mustard color work so well with this color scheme. Fabulous crd!ReplyDelete
This is so cute!! I LOVE the layering of the hearts and the teeny tiny flowers. GREAT take on the sketch!!ReplyDelete
It's such a nice twist to see the concentric circles go from largest to smallest and I think popping up each layer only adds to the interest - what a great idea! I hope your kitchen cabinets turn out exactly how you want them. Good luck!ReplyDelete
This is just such a sweet card, Kim. Love the adorable little flowers.ReplyDelete
Such a sweet, sweet card! Love all your patterns.ReplyDelete
What a pretty card! Love how you added the tiny flowers to coordinate with the dsp.ReplyDelete
Oh wow! Your card is just gorgeous with fabulous colours!ReplyDelete