Here's my card
I started with a Spellbinders Hexagon die and cut it in red and black to lay out my pattern. I added some beautiful mums in yellow, some leaves, twine, rounded two corners and embossed a sentiment....easy peasy!
Please visit the Just Us Girls blog to see the wonderful cards the rest of the team and our GD, Julie, have made this week. I hope you will be inspired and come play along.
If you win Chic of the Week in any of our October or November challenges, you will be in the running to be chosen as one of our two Guest Designers for the month of January. Good luck!
PTI Mum's the Word
Spellbinders Hexagons dies
MFT Harlequin (inside)
GKD Pure Luxury White, Red Hot, Black Onyx CS
Oooh love the bold black and red hexagon background. Beautiful flowers too!ReplyDelete
The design on this card is so stricking as well as the rich colors. It works well to do the shapes in dark red and black, the yellow flowers over the top. Something that I can learn from you.ReplyDelete
So awesome! Love the layout and the hint of the finished inside!ReplyDelete
Such a great card design. I love the hexagons behind the flowers.ReplyDelete
Oh wow, great take on the challenge. Love your color choices, and those mums are gorgeous, especially since you popped them up for dimension. Great layout too, awesome card!!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful!!! Love the bold hexagons behind those beautiful flowers.ReplyDelete
How can you make what appears to me as a difficult photo and have such amazing success with putting it all together? You nailed it this week my friend!ReplyDelete
Love your big bold hexagons and those flowers are just perfect popped. Great touch with the twine Sharyn. You always make the most amazing cards.ReplyDelete
Beautiful design! I love how you used the hexagons as a backdrop for those beautiful flowers. Well done!ReplyDelete
This is a great take on the photo. That's why I don't do challenges. I can't interpret how to use the sketch and you made a fantastic card for it.ReplyDelete
Love the beautiful flowers overlaying those hexagons in the background - what a fabulous design!! It has been a pleasure designing alongside of you this month- hugs!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful, bold creation!ReplyDelete