Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Happy Birthday


Hi everyone!
Today's card was inspired by Laurie's, Make it Monday challenge: Score Lines, the colors over at ColourQ and the sketch at Freshly Made Sketches.

I used Papertrey Ink's Watercolor Wonder to create a colorful backdrop for the Happy Birthday die.  It is hard to get a good photo of my score lines, but they are down the sides of the card on both sides.  You can see the one on the left much better that the one on the right.  Believe me, they are there.  :(

Here is another card using the same supplies.


I was able to capture the score lines a bit better in this photo.



Thank you for visiting and have a great day!

34 comments:

  1. Love the colors together with black!! Lovely!!

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  2. love the splashes of colour against the black. fab cards

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  3. I love every single little thing on this card, Kristie!

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  4. I love how you used these colors! And the score lines! ;) beautiful card, my friend!! Xo

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  5. This is super-cute!!!! And I love the score lines!! :)

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  6. Such a striking card Kristie
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  7. Such a striking card, Kristie. Love the black contrast with the colours.

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  8. Love this to bits, awesome colours!

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  9. Love this card. The colors really pop!

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  10. Great cards Kristie. Love the colors and the design.

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  11. What fun, festive and down right happy, happy birthday cards Kristie! I love those fun and bright colors you used from the inspiration photo. I can see your scorelines too! Love to do that, just don't think to do it very often. Hugs, Brenda

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  12. Awesome CAS card! I can't wait to use this design myself. Could really crank out a bunch of these!

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  13. Awesome colors! Love the big, bold sentiment! Did you inlay the diecut? Overlapping the 'swooshes' creates a nice bit of color change/harmony - looks great.

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  14. Love those colors Kristie! I love how you combined the three challenges! Awesome cards! TFS

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  15. Another fun way to use the colors, Kristie! I need to take that set out and play with it.

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  16. This is such a creative interpretation of the sketch! Love the colors, too.

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  17. Love these bold and bright cards Kristie, and your score lines are just the perfect touch!! :0)

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  18. GREAT take on the colors Kristie, love the bold black sentiment! Thanks for joining us at ColourQ!

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  19. Nice card! Love the ombre effect and the different ways you scored the lines. Both styles are great!

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  20. Both cards are so eye-catching, Kristie! Love the way you balanced the color scheme with black die cuts - Sweet Kobylkin

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  21. Great cards Kristie! Love the pops of colour with the black die cuts.

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  22. Beautiful bright colors Kristie. the black really sets them off!

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  23. Beautiful cas designs!!! Love these fun brush strokes! Thanks for joining us at ColourQ!

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  24. Eye candy!! your colors are stunning and I can see the sweet score lines! : ) Beautiful card!!

    Patti

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  25. Wouldn't have thought to use Watercolor Wonder with this new birthday die, but they go together well. Great color choices with the black die cut, Kristie!

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  26. LOVE THIS! The colors, use of dies and stamps together, sooo cool!

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  27. What a wonderfully creative take on the sketch! I love your bold splashes of colors. Thank you for playing along with us at Freshly Made Sketches.

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  28. Congrats on your win at PTI!! What a rockin' card. Loved the pic of you with Michele on FB. Were you in MI?

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  29. Congratulations on your PTI win! What a nice, bright colored card!

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  30. Fabulous card, Kristie! CONGRATS on your win at PTI!!!

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  31. Love the beautiful strokes of color!

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Your comments are much appreciated. Thank you!

Hugs,
Kristie